E-bay steals I've made over time!

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  1. LWW

    LWW TPF Noob!

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    Post war Hit camera kit with unused roll of film, box, leather case, and manual...$40.00!

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    Leica handheld, and working accurately, lightmeter and case...$32.00!

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    Exakta with bellows...$36.00!

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    And this Nikon F kit.

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  3. Mitica100

    Mitica100 Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Very nice, indeed!

    Oh, you meant a Zeiss lightmeter, didn't you? :greenpbl: :lol:

    I've made my 'steals' from E-bay but my best ones were from Antique stores and flea markets.

    From E-bay:

    A box containing a 50/1.8 Canon FD (mint), a Voigtlander CLR (mint), a bunch of filters for $25.

    A Contax III (Zeiss) Kriegsmarine issue for under $200 (just the lens alone worth over $300).

    A Super Ikonta B (6x6) in mint condition for just over $100.


    From Antique stores:

    A Kodak Ektra kit (only 2000 cameras ever made) for only $180. Those of you knowing the value of this camera know what a deal that was.

    A Contax If 1933 'For China' issue in mint condition for $60.

    A rare Kodak string set camera in mint condition for only $60.

    A Leica IIIc body for $25. What's interesting about it, it had a large format lens (Rodenstock 147mm) screwed into the body, having the same thread.

    From flea markets:

    A Canon SBIV (copy of Leica) kit, with lens, shade, filters and side rail flash for $20.

    A 19 inch f/11 Goerz Artar Apochromatic process lens for only $3.

    A Yashicamat G for $40.



    Most of the above, with the exception of the Kriegsmarine Contax and Super Ikonta B, were sold or traded.
     
  4. usayit

    usayit No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Very very nice ebay finds!

    I want that meter! hehe
     

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