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John_Black
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« on: February 28, 2008, 11:07:23 AM »
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I have some odds and ends for the Mamiya 645AFDII that I would like to sell.  These items are too small/inexpensive to justify standing in line at the post office for 1 hour, so U.S. sales only.  If somebody wants to buy the whole lot, then I'll consider international shipping.  If interested, send me email.  Thanks.





SOLD --- Mamiya M645 2X Teleconverter --- SOLD
Price is $175 Paypal'd and Shipped within the U.S.



SOLD --- Mamiya 645AF/645AFD/645AFDII Flip-up 2X Magnifer --- SOLD
Mamiya Part Number:  FD402
Price is $125 Paypal'd and shipped within the U.S.



Mamiya 36mm Auto Extension Tube
Mamiya Part Number:  NA403
Price is $125 Paypal'd and shipped within the U.S.

Looks like new, comes with its box, caps and instructions.  I used the 36mm a couple times with the Mamiya 200 F2.8 APO for some close-up work.  My needs are more general purpose and the 12mm tube is working out better.  Note - the 36mm tube is for the 645AF/645AFD/645AFDII and RETAINS the auto aperture function.  





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« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2008, 12:00:44 PM »
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Mamiya 645AF Focusing Screen Type C - Prism
Price is $40 Paypal'd and shipped within the U.S.

Purchased new at the same time as the 2X flip-up viewfinder.  The two worked well in tandem for nailing focus.  It worked well in a studio setting, but when walking around outdoors I think the focus confirmation light was about as effective.  Generally I prefer a split screen and find the prism distracting.

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« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2008, 05:56:56 PM »
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Mamiya 645AF Focusing Screen Type C - Prism
Price is $40 Paypal'd and shipped within the U.S.

Purchased new at the same time as the 2X flip-up viewfinder.  The two worked well in tandem for nailing focus.  It worked well in a studio setting, but when walking around outdoors I think the focus confirmation light was about as effective.  Generally I prefer a split screen and find the prism distracting.


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i'll take to fd402 flip up magnifier.

e-mail me at felix5616@mac.com
leo
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« Reply #3 on: February 28, 2008, 07:28:10 PM »
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You got it Leo.  Check your email.  Thanks.
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