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Norita 66 /w Noritar 80mm f2 [120 kit]

Norita 66 /w Noritar 80mm f2 [120 kit]

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Regular price €359,00
Regular price Sale price €359,00
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Legendary camera that still remains quite unknown with the larger public. The Norita 66 is a 6x6 medium format SLR famous for it's 80mm f2 lens. One of the fastest medium format lenses ever made.

After taking over production of the Rittreck 6x6, Norita Kōgaku started producing the Norita 66 in 1969. While it looks very similar to the Pentax 6x7 in form and function, the biggest distinction is still the 6x6 format, double stroke advance and that insanely fast 80mm f2. 

Definitely not a common one to find here in Europe.


The camera comes in used condition with its Noritar 80mm f2 lens. The shutter fires at all speeds but they have not been tested for accuracy. Finder is nice and clear. The lens comes with lots of scratches on the front element and quite a bit of haze. Due to their condition, both camera and lens are sold as part of our outlet without any warranty.

While there is still some potential in this kit, it definitely needs quite a bit of attention so it was priced accordingly. Despite needing some attention, this kit is definitely not an easy find here in Europe!


Released in: 1969

Mount: Norita 66

Type: medium format


Mechanical Condition: 3
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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