1965 Graflex XL Rangefinder - Fully Working - Modular Press Camera System

1965 Graflex XL Rangefinder - Fully Working - Modular Press Camera System


The Graflex XL is a medium format, modular press camera system from Graflex, introduced 1965 and was the last camera designed by the company.

Made for commercial photography, this camera is a little unwieldy to use but well worth a bit of extra hassle for the enjoyment of using such a cool vintage press style camera

80mm Rodenstock Heliagon f/2.8 xl Compur 1/500 shutter

Lens Accessories Included
Quick focus lever

Back Accessories Included
XL Graflock Back
XL Focusing Panel
XL Viewing Hood

Does not come with any film back so you can choose to buy either the Polaroid film back and have an instant camera, or buy the 120 roll film back and have a professional medium format camera. Either way you choose, the Graflock Back is included so you can attach any back accessory.

This camera is all original and fully functional although a little stiff to focus. Some minor cosmetic damage such as a hairline crack in the handle near the shutter release cable, original shutter release cable is somewhat corroded and can be replaced with a new one. Shutter fires properly at all speeds, and with the quick focus lever installed, you'll never miss a thing. The front glass panel of the rangefinder is broken which is unfortunate cosmetically but does not affect performance of the camera or rangefinder at all. One line is slightly visible when peering through the rangefinder in the top right quadrant.

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