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Registered: December 2005

   Rolleiflex 2.8F Planar
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1 2070 Wed July 5, 2017
Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition
On Hold ($1,450.00) $50.00 Excellent
Description:

This is a Rolleiflex 2.8F Planar in excellent condition. The serial number is: 2428021. The glass is excellent. No separation or signs of decay. There are no dents or dings of any significance. Focus is smooth. Advance is smooth and negative spacing is even. The screen is a bright split with grid. The shutter has been tested recently by Cameratech in Seattle. Low speeds, below 1/60, are slightly slower, and 1/60 and above are within tolerances, (1/4 of a stop). The meter is in excellent condition, clear, no cracks, and is responsive to changing light conditions. It comes with an original strap in good condition, a Rolleiflex metal lens hood with case, a Rollei clear H1 filter with case, an original 2.8F owners manual. Plus original Rolleiflex metal lens cap. One of the best Rolleiflexes, ready to shoot. USA sale only. Accurately described so no returns. Shipping price of $50 is approximate and will be adjusted.

Location: Puget Sound, USA
Postal Code: 98110
Shipping Method: FedX 3 day
Shipping Cost: $50
Sales Tax: none
Keywords: Rolleiflex 2.8F Planar

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taomei
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Registered: March 2015
Location: Seattle, WA
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Comment Date: Thu July 6, 2017

Wow, that's a great deal. If only I hadn't *just* gotten one of these last month.



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twopointeight
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Registered: December 2005
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Comment Date: Thu July 6, 2017

I've always worked with two Rolleiflexes because 12 exposures was just not enough for a portrait session. Get it! I'm near Seattle.

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Registered: January 2006
Location: vancouver, bc
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Comment Date: Thu July 6, 2017

Joel's a great guy, buy with confidence!

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Talex
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Registered: November 2009
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Comment Date: Thu July 6, 2017

Very tempted to get this. My grandfather used a Rollei, and I always wanted one. You mentioned the meter is responsive to light. Have you checked it against another meter for accuracy?



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twopointeight
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Registered: December 2005
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Comment Date: Thu July 6, 2017

Talex, just checked it against a grey studio backdrop. The Rolleiflex was a half stop less than my Fuji Xpro2. But honestly, those meters are not nearly as fast or accurate as any digital meter, in camera or handheld. But it works.

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twopointeight
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Comment Date: Thu July 6, 2017

Thanks for the endorsement fad gadget!

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viewfinder-m2
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Registered: December 2005
Location: USA
Posts: 39
Comment Date: Fri July 7, 2017

Wow, That is a GREAT price for that version.  2.8F Planar?!! This is torture for me right now as I don't have the funds, but someone PLEASE take advantage of this bargain!.  My first TLR wAS A  2.8F overhauled by Harry Fleenor and of course I stupidly sold it.  One of my all time favorite cameras to use.  GLWS.  



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jakobfoto
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Registered: October 2013
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Comment Date: Mon July 10, 2017

Surprised this hasn't sold. Great price on this as the prices for these have increased quite a bit the last few years. 

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pepeguitarra
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Registered: July 2013
Location: Los Angeles, California
Posts: 715
Comment Date: Fri July 28, 2017

Tempted, but I will have to sell my M2 and/M3/M5 to get it, or maybe sell my M8u.  Not sure.



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twopointeight
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Comment Date: Fri July 28, 2017

Some inquiries and offers but its still available!

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