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Makita e 330 never used
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Sep 10, 2017 10:26:45   #
oceanarrow
 
Came across this camera that was stored in a closet for,at least,45 years.from the looks of it,no film was ever run through the camera.I took it out of the bubble plastic wrap and was amazed at the New condition.also the 80mm.lens was the same way.I am a Hasselblad guy and Nikon. Just appreciate the quality and build.Would like to sell for a good price.any idea what this would be worth?the box is musty,as was the home it came out of.did not see any fungus,but I would think it would have to be professionally cleaned.the shutter sounded like butter.this must have been well made.













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Sep 10, 2017 10:34:00   #
RWR (a regular here)
 
oceanarrow wrote:
Came across this camera that was stored in a closet for,at least,45 years.from the looks of it,no film was ever run through the camera.I took it out of the bubble plastic wrap and was amazed at the New condition.also the 80mm.lens was the same way.I am a Hasselblad guy and Nikon. Just appreciate the quality and build.Would like to sell for a good price.any idea what this would be worth?the box is musty,as was the home it came out of.did not see any fungus,but I would think it would have to be professionally cleaned.the shutter sounded like butter.this must have been well made.
Came across this camera that was stored in a close... (show quote)

This should be posted in classifieds:
http://www.uglyhedgehog.com/s-6-1.html

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Sep 10, 2017 10:34:26   #
bsprague
 
I had one of those with all three lenses that I bought in the early 70s. Loved it when I had a darkroom. Now it would be a nostalgic mantel piece.

A few months ago I searched for the C330 and found they are in demand again due to renewed interest in film. When new, it was (arguably) capable of Hasselblad like results for a fraction of the price.

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Sep 10, 2017 11:19:17   #
Kmgw9v (a regular here)
 
I also had a Mamiya C330 with several lenses. It was a great professional camera. The images bring back memories. I would also like to know what it is worth in such a new condition.

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Sep 11, 2017 06:08:49   #
Archiefamous
 
Great camera. Used it every day in High School

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Sep 11, 2017 06:34:55   #
Pablo8
 
I have one, used it in my work. With 55, 65, 80, 135, and 180mm lenses. Tended to upstage my Rollieflex with fixed 80mm lens. Thinks..."Will I ever use it again"?

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Sep 11, 2017 07:03:24   #
dmsM43
 
You might check eBay to see what they sell for. If you do want to sell it, I would be interested. I still have an older version, a C3, which is a lot heavier than the C330, and I have the 65, 105, and 180mm lenses. Although not quite Hasselblad quality, it was and is a good picture taker.

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Sep 11, 2017 07:13:23   #
NJLen
 
Have you noticed that the post headline says "Makita" and not "Mamiya"?

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Sep 11, 2017 07:22:51   #
oceanarrow
 
NJLen wrote:
Have you noticed that the post headline says "Makita" and not "Mamiya"?

Yes,just noticed.I typed Mamiya.thanks

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Sep 11, 2017 07:25:55   #
oceanarrow
 
Kmgw9v wrote:
I also had a Mamiya C330 with several lenses. It was a great professional camera. The images bring back memories. I would also like to know what it is worth in such a new condition.


Don't know value,like most photographers,I just appreciate great quality and maybe miss the film days.my wife said,oh no,not another camera for the shelf.she might have a point.

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Sep 11, 2017 07:36:27   #
f8lee
 
As nobody has mentioned it, I suggest you check out http://www.KEH.com - they are a well established and respected buyer and seller of camera gear and you can probably find the C330 listed on their website to see what one in "like new" condition sells for.

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Sep 11, 2017 07:57:52   #
ELNikkor (a regular here)
 
(Makita makes electric power tools)

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Sep 11, 2017 09:05:02   #
StanMac (a regular here)
 
In answer to your question: With the lens, in mint condition in original box with original paperwork, upwards from $400.

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Sep 11, 2017 09:15:01   #
Fkaufman3
 
I would be interested
Frank

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Sep 11, 2017 13:09:42   #
dead2fred
 
I thought he was selling a drill...

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