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    WTB:Mamiya 7II rangefinder

    Looking to buy Mamiya 7II rangefinder and lens.

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    Re: WTB:Mamiya 7II rangefinder

    I think KEH has bodies and lenses in stock.

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    Re: WTB:Mamiya 7II rangefinder

    Quote Originally Posted by BRADMILL View Post
    Looking to buy Mamiya 7II rangefinder and lens.
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    Check out my thread in the FS forum

    Woody

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    Re: WTB:Mamiya 7II rangefinder

    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Brad

    Check out my thread in the FS forum

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    This is one of my favorite cameras. Woody, the camera looks pristine. May I encourage you with a few pictures? Mamiya 7 with 65:
    Last edited by docmoore; 27th January 2009 at 16:24.

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    A few pictures. Mamiya 7 with 65:
    Last edited by docmoore; 27th January 2009 at 16:24.

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    Finally, Mamiya 7 with 65:
    Last edited by docmoore; 27th January 2009 at 16:24.

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    Re: WTB:Mamiya 7II rangefinder

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    I withdrew my Mamiya 7II after shooting a couple of rolls of TMax last week. I hadn't used it for over a year and felt that I was wasting money and a wonderful camera as a result. Now, after shooting those couple of rolls, I wonder out loud as to why it sat on the shelf for so long.

    Sad truth is that I have too many cameras (Nikon, Leica, Hasselblad, Mamiya). I need to really pare down so I can concentrate on image making instead of constantly re-learning how to shoot with this or that one.

    woody

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    Re: WTB:Mamiya 7II rangefinder

    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Doc

    I withdrew my Mamiya 7II after shooting a couple of rolls of TMax last week. I hadn't used it for over a year and felt that I was wasting money and a wonderful camera as a result. Now, after shooting those couple of rolls, I wonder out loud as to why it sat on the shelf for so long.

    Sad truth is that I have too many cameras (Nikon, Leica, Hasselblad, Mamiya). I need to really pare down so I can concentrate on image making instead of constantly re-learning how to shoot with this or that one.

    woody
    Woody,

    I am glad that you reconsidered. It is such an unassuming camera...no view to see through the lens and all of a sudden you see the chromes or the negatives and are stunned by the quality of the capture. The viewfinder gives you no indication of how good the capture can be. Large negative and beautiful glass in such a small package.

    When you get some scanned post a few from your TMax...would love to see them.

    Bob

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    Re: WTB:Mamiya 7II rangefinder

    BRADMILL

    I saw on RFF Classifieds /Jan 10
    Mamiya 7 II w/ 80 mm 1.4 for $1350.00
    "Excellent Shape /Works Flawlessly" posted by Steven Hicks
    which seems like a VERY GOOD deal

    best of Luck- Helen

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    Re: WTB:Mamiya 7II rangefinder

    Thank you,all take a look.

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    Re: WTB:Mamiya 7II rangefinder

    what would be the closest thing to a Mamila 7 in a scuare format and large frame?

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    Re: WTB:Mamiya 7II rangefinder

    what I mean is that what would be the most portable, eassy, and "small" one lens wa to normal, scuare, large frame?

    like a plaubel67.

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