- First up is a Vivitar Branded (Komine-built?) 28mm f2 "Close Focus" lens. This lens used to belong to your very own Jamie Walter (1337) and he sold it to me over the winter for 65$. I have kept it in fantastic shape, and honestly haven't used it a whole ton.
I have used it plenty with my 20D, my old 60D, and my T2i, and it is a great lens. It won't work on a 5D or other full frame/35mm Canon's unless you cut the pin off, but it still works with a K1000 or any Pentax system camera. Pretty decently sharp, and fast at f2.
Very smooth focus ring, and the Aperture closes down to f16. Focuses as close ast .23 meters, which is straight crazy business. Comes out effectively to about a 45mm f2 lens on a Canon T3i/60D/7D, so very useful for a standard prime lens.
- Next I have a Pentax 50mm f1.7 lens. This is a great lens in very good shape, and it is downright superb stopped down from f2 and beyond. A bit soft at f1.7, but still quite useful with video. I rarely use this lens, as I have too many 50mm lenses to speak of right now. Comes out effectively to an 80mm focal length on a T3i/60D/7D, so it kicks ass for your interview/portrait/low light shots.
for extra incentive to purchase both, I also have a chipped K-mount to Canon EOS adapter, so you can have AF-confirm in your viewfinder. Super helpful when trying to get focus in the tiny Crop-body viewfinder.
100$ for all three items, willing to part out depending.