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    Mamiya 711 and lenses

    For sale is an absolutely beautiful Mamiya 711 6x7 film camera and a whole stable of mint condition lenses in their pouches.

    Price for the 711 with 80mm lens........$1750
    Price for the 43mm lens.....................$1200
    Price for the 50mm lens.....................$1200
    Price for the 65mm lens.....................$1000
    Price for the 150mm lens...................$650

    Shipping and paypal fees are your responsibility

    Thanks for looking

    whoops the images did not load in order

    You can tell which lenses by looking at the front view. The rear view just before the 65mm front view is the 50mm

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    And here are the remaining images and darned if this doesn't amaze. Again the images loaded out of order but here is what is shown:

    First image is the 65mm rear
    Second is the 150mm front
    Third is the 150mm rear
    Fourth is the 80 Front
    Fifth is the 80 rear

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    Re: Mamiya 711 and lenses

    Ah damn, I've been looking for a 43mm for my Mamiya for a long time! Why did this have to happen right after X-Mas!

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    Re: Mamiya 711 and lenses

    Quote Originally Posted by JPlomley View Post
    Ah damn, I've been looking for a 43mm for my Mamiya for a long time! Why did this have to happen right after X-Mas!
    You needed to ask for cash for Christmas! LOL

    Thanks for looking

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    Re: Mamiya 711 and lenses

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    Re: Mamiya 711 and lenses

    Price of the 65mm lens reduced to $680

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    Re: Mamiya 711 and lenses

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    Re: Mamiya 711 and lenses

    Woody - dont sell it...

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    Re: Mamiya 711 and lenses

    Quote Originally Posted by PeterA View Post
    Woody - dont sell it...
    Offer to sell this system withdrawn. After a week of shooting with it again I realize I will be really sorry to see this go.

    Thanks for looking

    Woody

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    Re: Mamiya 711 and lenses

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    *whew..

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    Re: Mamiya 711 and lenses

    Hey Peter

    Man, people constantly talk about Leica and their quiet shutters. I just did a trade for the M7 and indeed the shutter is quiet (especially when compared to the M8) But man the 7II is in another world! You can barely hear when the shutter trips. There is nothing in the 35mm world that compares. Man I am glad I didn't sell this puppy. I was out shooting today with it and now I remember why I bought it in the first place. Between this, the M7 and/or F5, and the Hasselblad 501CM (blazing yellow color thank you very much) I wonder why there is such a fuss about digital?

    Woody

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    Re: Mamiya 711 and lenses

    I've had this kit for years and will confess to using it once Maybe time to give it another try. What kind of film are you shooting??

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    Re: Mamiya 711 and lenses

    Hey David

    Great to hear from you again. I was thinking the other day how long it has been since you've posted.

    I shoot either Velvia or TriX (Occasionally TMax 400). I like the color shots but I still think that B&W film is special compared to most digital conversions to B&W. JMHO

    Happy Holidays

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    Re: Mamiya 711 and lenses

    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Offer to sell this system withdrawn. After a week of shooting with it again I realize I will be really sorry to see this go.

    Thanks for looking

    Woody
    Oh thank goodness. I was about to offer to sell my soul for it. Next time you decide to sell, let me know.

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    Re: Mamiya 711 and lenses

    I agree Woody the shutter is a very very quiet little snick. I used to shoot B&W with mine and did a lot of street shooting with it..so sad I sold it..

    so glad you changed your mind Woody.

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