A&P M645 1000s Goodness.

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Mighty_Zeus, Sep 14, 2009.

  1. Mighty_Zeus

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    After years of being away from film, and much personal debate, I finally jumped in.

    Picked up Mamiya 645 1000s set. Everything in positively FLAWLESS condition.

    M645 1000s
    PD Prism Finder S
    2 focus screens
    Angle viewer
    Left and right-hand power drives
    Mamiya 150 f/4
    Mamiya 80 f/1.9
    Mamiya 55 f/2.8
    1,2 & 3 Auto-Extension Rings
    Strobe Bracket
    2 aluminum carrying cases
    3 film inserts

    MISC stuff
    (2) 4X" shoot-throughs
    (1) 4X" reflector
    10'-12' brown painted, and black-ish painted backdrops

    $500

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    I thought I got a pretty bangin deal.

    ibyougotraped
     
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    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?Ntt=[mamiya%20645%20digital%20back]&N=0

    for when you get bored developing you're own film / paying out the ass to get it developed.

    edit: I'm an idjit, they only made digital backs for the pro series and later models. The camera is still hawt though.
     
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    :werd:

    Realistically, it would be no trouble at all to make a digital back for these, but then who would want to spend the $10k+ for the newer ground-up redesigns.

    I am hoping that some 3rd party company will hop on it. It's actually something I have been watching for like, 3 years, hoping to see.

    And yeah, it's pretty fucking hawt. I cant wait to get comfortable with it.

    Looking at negative scanners now.
     
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    Don't go cheap. I'm hating scanning anything more than 600 dpi right now, it takes forever and the quality is only so-so on cheapo scanners.
     

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