Argus C-Forty-Four Pics

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    Argus C-Forty-Four, and my old C-Four shown as well. The Forty-Four has a 35/50/100 turret viewer attached.

    The main difference of the two is the 44 has a removable lens.

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    nealjpage multi format master in a film geek package

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    Do you have a Brick to go with those?
     
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    Serving up a couple of bricks. :D


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    Here is a side of Argus TLR.
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    I have the 75 too, but I forgot to take a picture of it.
     
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    I've got a black C3, I saw one of the beige ones the other day but opted not to buy.

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    Is that a Black 100mm Sandmar on the C3?


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    Next time you find one, buy, they look and feel nicer than the basic C3. The shoe is a nice feature too.

    Indeed it is, I plan to use that lens on the Matchmatic with the 35/50/100 turret and run some film through it.
     
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    I have a hard time dragging the one I have out, but depending on what my budget looks like I might pick it up, I dunno. I still have to pay for that macro takumar I bought the other day :blushing:
     
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    There was a specially modified C-4 that had interchangeable German-made
    lenses by Enna. It's called the Geiss C-4. More info here.

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    That is pretty cool! Thanks for the link.
     

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