The twin lens is obsolete... I strongly disagree with that statement. Let me try to convince you.
SLR cameras are certainly more useful for certain types of photography but the TLR has some important advantages that flow directly from its design. In an SLR there is a large and heavy mirror that has to move at high speed with every exposure.The mirror slows down response but more importantly it creates a strong slap that you can hear and feel, particularly in a medium format camera this is the source of the Hasselblad thunk. The slap makes noise that can be objectionable, particularly if you are shooting weddings or strangers on the street. It also creates vibration that degrades your photos, even with a tripod. In contrast, there is no mirror slap on the TLR. The shutter is very quite, nearly silent in a large room and there is greatly reduced vibration, which makes for sharper photos, particularly when hand-held or with long exposures. In addition to the functional advantages, the TLR design has a charm not found in SLR designs. I find that people open up to a camera that they see as a charming oddity and this gets you better pictures. Finally the Mamiya TLRs have long built in bellows that allows it to focus much more closely than other cameras. The model for sale is classic C3.
It is a stripped down model without distracting features and unlike the C33 and C330 it will take any Mamiya TLR lens. It comes with the excellent 135mm f3.5 lens. The camera shows light wear and works perfectly.The focus and all controls are smooth and the shutter is strong and accurate at all speeds. The taking lens is clean, without haze or scratches. The body has fresh light seals. This is a good camera for professional results. The lens cap is included. The item "Mamiya C3 TLR Camera with 135mm f3.5 Lens with New Foam (612-16)" is in sale since Wednesday, June 12, 2019.
This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Film Photography\Film Cameras". The seller is "joshuacohen" and is located in Boulder, Colorado. This item can be shipped worldwide.