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Pentax 67 /w Pentax SMC 105mm f2.4 [120 kit]

Pentax 67 /w Pentax SMC 105mm f2.4 [120 kit]

S/N: 4172603

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A behemoth that doesn't need any introduction. The Pentax 67 is one of the most famous medium format cameras out there and a dream to own and use. Huge camera, huge negatives, huge mirror slap... what's not to love about it? 

A few different versions of the camera were made starting with the 6x7 in 1969 and ending with a 4th generation 67II in 1999. One of the best versions is definitely this 3rd generation 67 from 1990. It doesn't have the fully electronic interface yet like the 67II but is much younger and more reliable than the earlier 6x7 cameras from the 60s. 

Paired with the legendary 105mm f2.4, it's a portrait monster. One of the best additions to the arsenal of any serious shooter. 


This is one of the finest example of a Pentax 67 we've ever come across. Little to no signs of previous use on both the body and the lens. Really looks as if it has barely been used. Both body and lens are part of the later generation of 67, right before the 67II. It doesn't get any better than this. Set includes the 67 body, SMC 105mm f2.4 lens in beautiful condition, metered prism finder and a 3rd party left hand grip (similar quality to the original one).


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Mount: Pentax 67

Type: medium format


Mechanical Condition: 5
Cosmetic Condition: 5
Optical Condition: 5


Requires: 4LR44

*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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