Asking 5000 for the back and the choice of either a Hy6 adapter, or an older style V mount adapter. I am located in Iceland, and I can ship the back from here, or I can send it back to the US with a family member who is visiting me and leaving for the US on October 16th. The back has very low use, but I am the second owner. The original owner bought it, used it for one or two shoots, then moved to a 75LV with the proceeds. I have had the back since then. I believe it still has at least a year and a half of warranty (Sinar warranty is 3 years).
This is a 22mp back that will fit on most medium format cameras with the right adapter. It's strengths are in its flexibility (many different cameras), 1.1x crop, resolution, dynamic range, 3gb internal storage, output in DNG if you use eXposure, and internally mounted batteries. Disadvantages would be the screen, less than straightforward workflow (until you learn it anyway), and fairly heavy battery consumption (though other MF backs probably consume similarly).
Medium format digital just did not work for me in the way that I expected. I found I liked shooting film more, and I am set up as a processing lab, so it is easy for me. Since I don't use it as much, I figured I would sell it to fund an M9. I am taking a big loss on this, I just want to get it sold quickly and for a fair price. I think 5000 for the back and one adapter is very cheap. I paid 10,000 for the back alone less than a year ago.
The back is in very good shape. There are a few small marks on the edges of the back -- the rubberized covering on the back is a bit delicate, and these came off when the zipper of my Billingham rubbed against it. The sensor glass is perfect, as is the screen. There are 3626 actuations, not that that adds any wear...
I have the case for it, but it is in the US. So I can have a friend ship it from the US if you want it right away, or you can wait for the back and they can ship together. I have a US paypal account for payment. I have done transactions with a number of people here and on other photo sites, and I think a number of people could vouch for me.
Here are some photos of the back:
Some shots with the back: