Seagull WWSC 120

Discussion in 'Medium Format' started by steveh, Apr 18, 2011.

  1. I just found my old, but gently used Seagull. It's got an SA-96 Haiou f3.5 75 mm lens. Since I'm about 99.44% digital these days, I'm thinking of selling it. I can't seem to find any sales or value recently, so I thought I'd go to the fount of all knowledge - us. The question is, is it even worth advertising/selling? or should I get some 120 film? Or do I have a really good looking paperweight? Any input is welcome. Thanks in advance, Steve.
     
  2. I would be inclined to hang onto it. Post a picture of it, if you can.
     
  3. I'd check the closed sales on eBay...as best I remember, though I've paid only passing attention to them, the Seagull's don't bring a great deal, making them a better user than an item to finance a new digital lens!
     
  4. Or do I have a really good looking paperweight?​
    With a Seagull that is entirely possible.
     
  5. My Seagull was one of the first four to arrive in Kansas City in the 1970s. It's shutter quit even before running any film through it. Paperweights don't get any more pristine than that.
     

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