Mamiya Universal with 6x9 back and 100mm f3.5
The Mamiya Universal is a large, weird medium format rangefinder camera that shoots 6x9cm images on 120 rollfilm. In fact, it's one of the very few interchangeable-lens 6x9 rangefinders ever made- legitimate bragging rights. Backs are interchangeable, too, and can be swapped for other formats of rollfilm (6x6. 6x7, etc) or a Polaroid back. Please note that only the 6x9 back is included, and the Polaroid back option is of limited usefulness for obvious reasons (RIP packfilm). This Universal includes a handgrip and cable release cord. The Mamiya-Sekor 100mm f3.5 lens has clean glass and a good shutter; body and back light seals are new. There's minor cosmetic wear on the body, including some paint wear and a small dent on the top panel, but it's quite nice overall. The Mamiya Universal isn't the most graceful looking camera ever made, but if you want a big-film rangefinder and you don't mind something a little bit weird, this could be the camera for you.
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