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Discussion in 'Expired Listings' started by BobBill, Mar 31, 2011.

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  1. BobBill

    BobBill Mu-43 Veteran

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    Dec 29, 2010
    MN USA
    Bob Hively-Johnson
    This is not easy decision to make.

    Camera body, with half case (orig with ASA bottom window). Top part of case is gone, never had use for it.

    Excellent condition. Removable prism has no dents slight scuff. Minor ding on back side and left front.

    I use or did use it until I bought the EP-2 and seems I am drifting into digital from film, but it is hard to give up old habits.

    Ser is 69xxxx and am guessing had since 69?

    No brassing and a few marks from neck strap rings. Slide marks finder rear, some other minor marks over its 50 years+.

    Interior is clean. Mirror pristine. Still clicks away.

    This body, for those who may not know is pure mechanical. No meter. Vietnam era workhorse, until F2 showed. You either know the light or use hand meter or use Kodak guesstimates.

    Works fine, had it out taking some pics with Txxx this week.

    When not used, was kept in zip loc with dehyro pac.

    I will sell and ship USPS insured Priority Mail, CUS, for $250 USD.

    I have some lenses, non ais, but have yet to decide on selling them.

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  2. HappyEisentrout

    HappyEisentrout Mu-43 Regular

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    Mar 6, 2011
    Sandusky, OH
    That thing is gorgeous. There is just something about old film SLR's. I wish I wasn't between jobs and had $250 or that would be mine. Good luck with the sale.
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