Calumet CC-400 4"x5" View Camera & Case - $150 + S/H

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  1. indy_kid

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    The Calumet CC-400 is a 4x5-inch monorail camera. The CC-400 is double-extension, with a 20-inch (50 cm) rail, and a 16-inch (40 cm) bellows.

    The front standard has 3" of rise, 1" of fall; can tilt up to 30° forward or back; shift 7/8" left or right; and swing 12° clockwise or counter-clockwise. Shift, swing and tilt are the same for the rear standard as the front.

    The camera has a ground-glass in a spring back and the back rotates through 360°, with detents when aligned in landscape or portrait orientation. The camera uses four-inch square lensboards. The camera is clean and in good overall condition. The bellows shows minor wear on the edges, but is light-tight.

    The lens is an f6.8/90mm Schneider-Kreuznach Angulon. The front element has moderate scratches, so it may need replacing. The shutter is a Synchro-Compur with speeds from B to just 1/500th. The speeds sound correct at almost every setting, but may lag a bit a 1/4 sec. and slower. The lens and shutter are mounted in a recessed lensboard, which makes operation somewhat difficult.

    Except for the lens & shutter, this camera is identical to the other Calumet CC-400 I have for sale. This camera also comes with a carrying case. $150. S/H is extra; 20 lbs, shipped from zip code 47401 (this one has a lighter, less protective case than the other CC-400). Pickup can be arranged.

    Calumet 4x5 - Angulon 90mm Lens.jpg Calumet 4x5 - 1.jpg Calumet 4x5 - Angulon 90mm Lens Closeup.jpg Calumet CC- 400 - Rise-Fall.jpg Calumet CC- 400 - Shift.jpg Calumet CC- 400 - Swing.jpg Calumet CC- 400 - Tilt.jpg

    The last 4 images are from the other CC-400 I have for sale, and are only intended to show the rise/fall, shift, swing and tilt available on the front standard. Shift, swing and tilt are the same for the rear standard as the front.