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Bronica ETRS /w Zenzanon 75mm f2.8 EII & AEII finder [120 kit]

Bronica ETRS /w Zenzanon 75mm f2.8 EII & AEII finder [120 kit]

S/N: 7101396

Regular price €519,00
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The Zenza Bronica ETR system is one of those camera systems that tend to fly under the radar until you dive a bit deeper and stumble upon some hidden gems. This 6x4.5 SLR camera system was first introduced in 1976 with the ETR and saw several revisions up until the early 2000s. 

The ETRS is the second big iteration of the camera and most notably introduces interchangeable viewfinders. The AE-II prism finders for example adds aperture-priority auto exposure to the cameras.

Different interchangeable backs allow you to use 120, 220 and even 35mm film with the ETRS. With support for lenses from 30mm fisheyes to 500mm telephotos, pretty much everything you'd ever need is covered.

A great and underrated alternative for the Mamiya 645 or Pentax 645 systems with plenty of opportunity to customize to your liking. We can highly recommend these cameras for anyone looking to seriously start with medium format photography and wanting to make the most of their 120 rolls. The 6x4.5 format gives you 16 rolls per roll!


This Bronica ETRS kit consists of the 2nd revision of the body (most notably is the lens release moving to the side of the body), the AE-II finder, 120 film back and the standard Zenzanon 75mm f2.8 E-II.

The body and finder show little signs of previous use. 120 film back has some more cosmetic wear. Lens in good shape but has some very minor spots of damage to the coating. These won't affect the image quality but kit has been priced accordingly. 


Released in: 1982

Mount: Bronica ETR

Type: medium format


Mechanical Condition: 4
Cosmetic Condition: 4
Optical Condition: 3


Requires: 4x LR44 or PX28

*while we test our equipment to the highest standards possible, please keep in mind that these items are several decades old. Light meters can't last forever and even though we garantuee a proper function (unless stated otherwise), due to the fragile nature of the meters, we can not cover them under our warranty.

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