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Prakash Patel

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FS: Leaf Aptus A22_"V" mount
« on: September 19, 2007, 03:06:28 PM »

For sale Leaf Aptus A 22 w/Hasselblad V mount with original box and accessories.
This is a refurbished back and is in excellent working condition.
I have used this back for 22 months and  am upgrading to a larger megapixel back.
If you would like to test or eyeball this unit, I am located in Washington DC.

Sales price: $12,850 + shipping&insurance

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Prakash Patel

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202-328-0367

doncody

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FS: Leaf Aptus A22_"V" mount
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2007, 11:03:13 AM »

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For sale Leaf Aptus A 22 w/Hasselblad V mount with original box and accessories.
This is a refurbished back and is in excellent working condition.
I have used this back for 22 months and  am upgrading to a larger megapixel back.
If you would like to test or eyeball this unit, I am located in Washington DC.

Sales price: $12,850 + shipping&insurance

regards,
Prakash Patel

[email protected]
202-328-0367
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Prakesh,

How long ago refurbished, and were you using it on a Blad?

By the way, great images on your website.

Thanks,
Don
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FS: Leaf Aptus A22_"V" mount
« Reply #2 on: September 20, 2007, 02:43:04 PM »

Thanks  Don

I purchased this refurbished unit from Calumet Dec 2005.
Here's the vehicle history:
In shooting interior shots with long exposures, I discovered a ghost trail from the specular highlight
of a lighting fixture in the scene. To address this issue Leaf replaced the sensor control board as
well as a noisy fan in Feb 2006. This sensor works perfectly even with the extreme wide angles like the 24xl; there are no pattern or digital artifacts even at the frame edges. The current exposure count is around 8500

I use this A22 on a variety of cameras: CamboWide DS, Arca Swiss View, Hasselblad arcbody, 500cm, SWC/M  and a Fuji 680
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