I'm heading to the US next week and I was wondering if any of you Yanks and Canucks might be interested in a couple lenses I have for sale. I could bring them with me and ship them when I get there.
I want to sell (preferably) all of these so prices are a little lower than you'll see elsewhere.
If you're interested in anything, gimme a PM.
Buy 2 lenses, get 10% off of total Buy 3 lenses, get 20% off of total
- Vivitar (Tokina made) 17mm f/3.5 RMC. Great lens. Ultra wide-angle at an affordable price. Glass is in great condition. This is the 67mm filter thread version, not the 77mm thread version which is much inferior.
OM-mount, can be adapted to Canon and M4/3
- Mamiya-Sekor (Tomioka made) 60mm f/2.8 Macro - M42 mount. Does 1:1 (real life) magnification and is VERY sharp. Great lens in great condition. Glass is scratch-free and dust free.
One of the cheapest macro lenses around that does 1:1.
Can be adapted to Canon and M4/3
- Olympus OM Zuiko 135mm f/3.5 - GREAT condition. Glass is scratch-free, fungus free, haze free. Aperture is oil-free and snappy as can be. Comes with both original caps and the original leather case. It's a TINY lens for a 135mm (the smallest I know) and the quality is amazing. Can be adapted to Canon and M4/3
- Olympus OM ZUiko 135mm f/3.5 - Same lens. Also good condition. Comes with the original rear-cover and a generic lens cap. No case. Lens is scratch-free. Aperture is oil-free and snappy as can be. There's just a TINY bit (think 1mm) of dried-out fungus that hasn't grown in the year I've owned the lens. Doesn't affect image quality whatsoever. Can be adapted to Canon and M4/3
- Super-Multi-Coated Takumar 135mm f/3.5. PERFECT condition. Comes with the original case, original lens hood, front cover and a generic back cover. This lens has the smoothest focus ring of any lens I've ever used bar some 2000$+ Leica lenses. M42 mount, can be adapted to Canon and M4/3.
- Helios 44-2 58mm f/2 lens. Very smooth focus, preset aperture. Blades are oil-free and smooth. Glass is very clean and dust-free. The filter thread is dented, so using filters isn't an option. Can be adapted to Canon and M4/3
- Soligor 200mm f/3.5. T2 mount. Comes with Canon EF adapter.
Focusing ring is stiff, but moves and is smooth, despite its stiffness. Actually a REALLY good telephoto lens. Samples can be found online. Glass is clear. Comes with rear-cap and lens cap.
- Tokina RMC 80-200 f/4.5. (Dried out) fungus on the front element. Can't comment on how it affects picture quality. I'll throw it in if anyone decides they want to buy 75$+ worth or more of lenses from me!
I am a noob still so excuse this if it is a stupid question. I know you cant mount canon onto nikon but because most of these arent canon could i buy an adapter for nikon for any of them? Thanks for any help.
threads, interested in 17mm. i'll hit you up soon tijmen
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If you tuck from here, you probably won't overshoot it. Buuutttt I wouldn't go from here, cause you'll probably overshoot it.
I dont think this is an accurate statement. Which mount are you referring to? The flange distance of canon is larger than nikon, making it easier to adapt to nikon vs canon, but all of these lenses adapt to canon just fine?