Best place to sell?: Mamiya Med Format Cameras

GJMPhotoGJMPhoto GaryPosts: 372Registered Users Major grins
edited October 3, 2007 in Flea Market
Now that I've gone completely digital, I rarely open up my Pelican cases to play with my RZ 67 and 645 Pro Mamiya cameras! I'm thinking I might sell these and want to maximize what I can get for them (no surprise). I have the two bodies and a full complement of lenses, backs, finders, remote releases, focusing screens, etc.

Where's the best place to sell medium format film cameras?

- Gary.

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  • claudermilkclaudermilk Major grins Posts: 2,756Registered Users Major grins
    edited October 2, 2007
    This isn't a bad place (under "The Other Guys"), and fredmiranda's B&S forum is one of the more active ones (now requires a subscription). Photo.net comes to mind, and finally the old standby ebay. Though, you might be distressed at the prices that gear will bring now--it's a buyer's market right now. To me, as a buyer dabbling in MF film, that's good. :D

    So....watchya got? I have a 645Pro with a lone 80mm lens. It wants some playmates. mwink.gif
  • chrisjleechrisjlee Night Monkey Posts: 384Registered Users Major grins
    edited October 2, 2007
    Here would be a good place to sell your equipment. Doesn't cost you anything.

    You can cross post at the large format photography forum as well:

    http://www.largeformatphotography.info
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  • Art ScottArt Scott Have PASSPORT will TRAVEL WICHITA, KS USAPosts: 8,959Registered Users Major grins
    edited October 2, 2007
    may want to google for Mamiya forums......or 120 or med. for. film users forums also,,,,,,,,,it could be worth it to you.....
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  • GJMPhotoGJMPhoto Gary Posts: 372Registered Users Major grins
    edited October 3, 2007
    This isn't a bad place (under "The Other Guys"), and fredmiranda's B&S forum is one of the more active ones (now requires a subscription). Photo.net comes to mind, and finally the old standby ebay. Though, you might be distressed at the prices that gear will bring now--it's a buyer's market right now. To me, as a buyer dabbling in MF film, that's good. :D

    So....watchya got? I have a 645Pro with a lone 80mm lens. It wants some playmates. mwink.gif

    Chris,
    Thanks for all this info! I'll probably try to sell the 645 stuff as a 'kit' and then if I don't find a buyer, I'll consider breaking it up...and then I'll make you my first stop!
    - Gary.
  • claudermilkclaudermilk Major grins Posts: 2,756Registered Users Major grins
    edited October 3, 2007
    Art Scott wrote:
    may want to google for Mamiya forums......or 120 or med. for. film users forums also,,,,,,,,,it could be worth it to you.....

    Not a lot out there. MAC had a forum, but it seems to be down. I usually look at photo.net & apug for MF info. LL has some discussion, but those guys seem to be made of money & mostly talk about digital backs, etc. (I get the impression that unless you have $50k+ in gear you're just an interloper there). Usefilm might have something. Of course, I'd be very interested in any active community I've missed.
  • SeymoreSeymore Banned User Posts: 1,539Banned Major grins
    edited October 3, 2007
    You may also want to list the gear on Craigslist in your area.
    http://geo.craigslist.org/iso/us/ny
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