Toyo 45CF 4X5 ultralight field camera w/ 150mm + 65mm lenses holders NEW BELLOWS
The Toyo 45CF is a unique Carbon Fibre shell body field camera and is one of the lightest field cameras available (under 3.2LBS). Smaller lenses (such as the included Fuji 150mm) may be mounted inside the camera when closed. This camera offers a very rigid and stable platform along with a full range of controls, packed into a highly portable package.
Front Swing, Shift, Rise
Rear Tilt (backwards only/drop bed)
Back rotates to vertical/horizontal positions in seconds
Toyo 45CF 4X5 field camera
Fuji W 150mm F6.3
Schneider Super Angulon 65mm F8 (SINAR select) mounted on custom focus helical
3 used, light-tight tested modern 4X5 film holders
Ask us about combining this purchase with any of our other Large Format lenses or film holders
This is a USED camera in good working condition.
Cosmetically, this camera shows normal to heavy signs of use with brassing, nicks, dings and other signs of use you might expect from a used camera.
Bellows is TESTED LIGHT-TIGHT (brand new).
All camera movements, knobs, gears and latches are in good working condition.
Rotating Graflock/international equipped back is tight and works perfectly.
Ground glass/fresnel combo is bright and clear.
Holders are film tested and light-tight.
Fuji W 150mm F6.3:
The 150mm is a normal angle of view lens in 4X5 (equivalent to a 50mm lens in 35mm format cameras). Compact, coated glass. Excellent all around use lens with excellent sharpness and contrast. Huge coverage, this tiny lens covers 5X7!
Clean glass, shutter sounds good on all speeds.
Schneider Super Angulon 65mm F8:
The 65mm is an ultra wide angle of view on 4X5 cameras (equivalent to 21mm in 35mm format cameras). Super cool wide angle lens, Sinar select. Lens is mounted in a custom focusing helical, allowing for easy use and focusing from infinity to close up without having to move the camera focus rail.
Clean glass, shutter sounds good on all speeds. Compur #00 shutter supplied, with a locking cable release for preview mode use.