I have for sale one of my Mamiya C330 2 ¼ square format TLR film cameras. I still shoot and process my own B&W film but it is time to start cleaning out the many camera systems I still have. Over the next few months I will also be listing 4x5 Toyo studio cameras. If you are interested in well cared for large format camera systems please reach out to me here.
This camera is being sold as a full “SYSTEM” which includes the following:
C330 Professional camera body.
Mamiya – Sekor 180mm F/4.5 Black Super TLR Lens.
Sunpak standard camera bracket for quick changes between handle and flash.
Sunpak handle grip for the camera user’s comfort.
And to make this camera a system it will include a Sunpak 611 handle flash which includes the following:
Sunpak 611 handle flash.
Auto exposure sensor.
2x Sunpak CL-1 rechargeable battery clusters that have new cells installed.
Sunpak Quick Charger QBC-1 for charging the rechargeable battery clusters.
The Mamiya C330 Professional medium format TLR camera is a fully manual camera. NO BATTERIES at all involved with using this system. YOU the photographer control every aspect of your image.
You will need to meter or know your light on your subject, you will need to set your shutter speed and aperture for your exposure and you will have total control of your depth of field.
This camera system is ideal for the photography student at any of the area schools who have a curriculum in which film base photography is part of the academic. My asking price is very fair for the camera and the associated components. If you are interested in only the camera without the flash system I can break that out also.
The Mamiya C330 Professional is a traditional film twin-lens reflex camera introduced in the 1970s for the professional and advanced amateur photography markets. This model is lighter than the previous model C33.
This camera system uses either 120 and 220 roll films
With the rack and pinion bellows type focusing system, close-up photography is possible without attachments.
Has a self-cocking one action 360° winding crank with a double exposure prevention device. Double exposure is also possible.
The straight film roll path has no right-angle turn and guarantees an absolutely flat film.
The Mamiya C-series cameras are one of the very few twin-lens reflex cameras with interchangeable lenses, along with the Koni-Omegaflex and Zeiss Contaflex.
For payment I prefer cash, but I can accept payment via credit or debit card because I process using PayPal.
The photographs of the camera system and components were taken for this posting. The B&W images were all taken with the camera and lens taken on 12/04/2019 and processed then scanned the same day. Some of the images were taken with fresh Ilford HP5 Plus and some of the images were taken with outdated Kodak Tri-X pan for testing purposes. I will post a few more images as I shoot and process some.
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