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Mamiya C3 /w Mamiya-Sekor C 65mm f4.5 [120 kit]

Mamiya C3 /w Mamiya-Sekor C 65mm f4.5 [120 kit]

S/N: 257866

Regular price €280,00
Regular price Sale price €280,00
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The Mamiya C-series of TLR cameras are some of the only TLRs with interchangeable lenses. Slightly larger than an average Rolleiflex (or other TLRs inspired by it) but very robust system with many options. 

The C3 model was introduced in 1962 and introduced some minor updates from the original Mamiyaflex. Later iterations would provide even more functions. The C3 series also provided the winding crank (similar to other higher end TLRs) instead of the knob found on the C2 series.

A nice professional TLR set to start with medium format!


Camera is in good condition with new light seals, smooth focus and a clear focus screen. Bellows are light-tight. All functions work as they should. T

he attached 65mm lens is in used condition. Shutter works as it should, at all speeds. Unfortunately, the glass has a light haze on the rear element and some small scratches on the front. The lens is still perfectly usable, but will probably produce less contrasty images. Hence the lower price for a set like this (and no warranty)


Released in: 1962

Mount: n/a

Type: medium format


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



*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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