I'm trying to tidy up the studio a bit and have some things to sell. Here's some of it. E-mail or call me if there's something that you're interested in. You're welcome to drop b and have a look. =)
Kwok's Camera. This camera was made by the same person/people that make the Shen Hao 45 camera. It's a wooden, folding large format 4x5" field camera with full front movements and all rear movements but rise and fall. Includes camera, wooden ground glass viewing hood, Linhof Technika style lens board, Fujinon 150/5.6 lens in a Seiko 1/500s shutter, and wide angle bag bellows.
Frontal shot for a better view of the lens. The lens offers a fair bit of extra room for movements.
Included are three standard 4x5 sheet film holders with dark slides. Price for the whole set - $950CDN.
A sample photo taken with a the above setup on Polaroid Type 79 instant colour print film. Thanks to Leanna for modeling for me and thanks to the built in scanner in the Brother MFC-8860DN for the shitty colour scan.
Large format at an Edmonton wedding ceremony. Yumiko and Chris Shukuda on Polaroid Type 72 panchromatic instant film, scanned again with that thing in this all-in-one office machine.
Hasselblad Pro Shade. Includes one BAY50 (I think) adapter ring for attachment to the front of Hasselblad Zeiss lenses. Other adapter rings may be purchased for each of your lenses so you only have to carry one lens hood around. I've never used it and I may have purchased it unused as well. Dead wasp on original Hasselblad box included. $90.
3 x Calumet 10lbs shot/weight bag. It's designed to hold lead or steel shot but shot has been hard to find so I've just been filling these with sand blasting abrasive sand and that brings it up to 6lbs which is enough to stabilize stands for lightweight scrims and lower power monolights or heads for pack/head systems. Used to help stabilize medium format digital camera gear on tripods as well. $9CDN each either filled with "special sand" or empty and still sealed in original packaging.
Voice fax/modem! Windows only. Use it to set up a digital fax/answering machine. Heh . . . my parents still use one for internet access at home in the boonies. Works great. Taking offers.
Bluegears HDA X-mystique 7.1 Dolby Digital Live PCI sound card. Solid state amplifier chips are replaceable/upgradeable. Awesome for music but doesn't reduce CPU impact in games as much as some newer Creative Sound Blaster products. Taking offers.
Literally a stack of card stock. 10 x 13" of the thickest Domtar Cornwall. Glossy. I think it's 100lbs card, 200 sheets per ream and four reams. Works well in the Xerox Phaser 7400 colour laser printer as it's designed to handle heavier stock. Offers? No delivery.
2 x Watson bulk film loader for 35mm spools of film. Designed to not touch the film as it is being loaded thus minimizing the chance for scratches while loading. I still have a bunch of reusable 35mm film cassettes if you need them. $10each. Or whatever. The other one has aqua-coloured controls.
Hasselblad 500CM in near mint condition w/ Carl Zeiss Planar 80/2.8 C T* in perfect working condition (some marks on front lens element but nothing that affects image quality, some wear on filter bayonet), Carl Zeiss Sonnar 150/4 CF T* in perfect working condition but also has some damage which doesn't affect operation, 45degree prism finder in dirty but perfect working condition, A12 and A24 film backs, Hasselblad quick release plate and Hasselblad pistol grip/flash bracket. $950.
Yeah . . . that's pretty much all that's left from my garage sale. The 4x5 camera was in for repair in Toronto via McBain Camera and it's been months and they still haven't decided if they want to fix it or not.
Those modems should be usable for a PBX system. I want to build one someday.