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  1. This is an image of a very rare and unique camera system that many members may enjoy seeing for the very first time. I apologize if this isn't the most appropriate forum to upload it to, but no other forum seemed a better fit. It's not for sale for here (although is on eBay with more images and details), so I have not posted it in classifieds for that reason. Enjoy!
  2. Hi all, I am looking to acquire an old Ikelite housing made fore the Polaroid SX-70 Land Camera. I believe the housing was manufactured in the 70s or 80s so I'm not sure how lucky I'll be here but in my research I found some threads that were a few years old where people were buying/selling these housings so who knows. Fingers crossed! If anyone has tips or leads on a housing of this sort that information would also be greatly appreciated. Photos for reference: Thanks in advance!
  3. This is another of my Hasselblad housings and it is perfect for the Hasselblad collector or for actual use. It is a very unique opportunity in that it includes the standard front half, the port extension for the 50mm lens, both of the rear halves (one for the 500C/M and one for the SWC) AND A CUSTOM MADE MACRO PORT EXTENSION. This gives you the flexibility to use it for the 50mm, 80mm, 38mm (SWC), and a 120mm macro with two 55mm extension tubes. The macro port extension allows you to shoot amost 1:1 macro by using the 120mm lens with two 55mm extension tubes. By adding a close-up Proxar lens you can get more than 1:1 macro. It does not have any exposure or focus control, use your lighting position to adjust exposure. It actually worked quite well the few times that I used it. It does need to have a focusing light though. I haven't used it in a long time, but it worked great then and is still in incredibly good condition. I don't think that it has ever been used with the SWC back. Never had any leaks. I had Gates change out one of the flash bulkheads to use a Nikonos five pin instead. I also added a leak detector. Includes: - Front section for 500C/M, 500C, and SWC - Rear section for 500C/M, 500C - Film advance adapter for 500C/M, 500C - Lens support ring for 80mm lens - Extension set for 50mm lens - Rear section for SWC - Film advance adapter for SWC - Shutter release adapter for SWC - Original neck strap - Frame viewfinder for the SWC - Custom made port extension for 120mm with two 55mm extension tubes - One set of gears - Wrench to remove the port - Extra o-rings and screws - Original flash bulkhead that was replaced with Nikonos 5-pin - Leak detector Contact me immediately if you are seriously interested in it. I have one offer on it but I have not accepted it yet as it is a bit low.
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