From: epona (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 10/15/03-09:31:44 AM Z
Oops. Sorry list, I meant this to go only to Nick.
> Hello Nick,
> I have an ancient Omega D2 that came with a 150mm lens. I am looking
> to use a 50mm Schneider but don't have the proper lens mount. You
> wouldn't happen to have one, would you? I'd also be interested in
> easels and trays, should you have any.
> Nick Makris wrote:
>> Pardon my commercial some of this is alt stuff and some is not.
>> Please reply off list only.
>> I have been cleaning out my studio and darkroom and have found that I
>> need to dispose of a lot of it - 98% in first class condition.
>> Canons, Hasselblads, view cameras, tons of lenses (all manual focus),
>> the most macrophotography accessories (both Canon and Hasselblad and
>> both manual and automatic) you have ever seen, studio lighting,
>> studio backdrops with an automated changer, tabletop photo props and
>> camera cases (both hard and soft - large and small) - including a
>> near new Halliburton case.
>> It doesn't end there, drafting materials, table and cabinets.
>> Portfolio cases and folders, Ektagraphic III projectors with cases
>> and manual, portable projector stand.
>> Omega D2 condenser with extension for long lens, Omega D5500, Rodegon
>> APO 90mm, a bunch of Nikors, Devtec film and print developers (both
>> medium and large format). A homemade 20X24 vacuum easel - it works
>> (Gordon may take this one).
>> What is left will soon be going to a photo swap in the SF Bay Area.
>> I would just as soon not have
>> to cart it down there. So here's an opportunity to get a good deal
>> on some high quality equipment.
>> Many thanks for your indulgence and interest,
-- The animals of the world exist for their own reasons. They were not made for humans any more than black people were made for white, or women created for men. ~ Alice Walker
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