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COMPLETED Canon FDn 50mm twin pack: 50mm 1.4 and 50mm 3.5 macro | Location: CONUS | Ships: CONUS

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  1. WT21

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    Feb 19, 2010
    Boston
    Buy & Sell Listing - Want to Sell
    Selling</br> Canon FDn 50mm twin pack: 50mm 1.4 and 50mm 3.5 macro
    </br>Prices</br> $100 for the pair. +$10 for FD adapter. Or $65 each lens.
    </br>Location</br> CONUS
    </br>Ships to</br> CONUS
    </br>Description</br> Great condition FDn 50mm 1.4

    Aperture ring has positive stops. Might have typical light dust inside, but nothing that impacts image quality.

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    50mm 3.5 macro has been my go-to macro. I'm downsizing my m43 system, so I'll no longer be using these.

    Great color, sharp wide open, aperture ring and focus ring are great. Near-new condition.

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    Both lenses have front caps. I have only 1 original FD rear cap. I will either protect the rear element on one of these for you, or for $10 more, I will add in an m43 to FD adapter, with an m43 rear cap.

    Price for each lens: $65. Price for both lenses: $100. +$10 if you want the m43 adapter.
    </br>Payment accepted</br>
    • Regular PayPal (fee included in price)
    Shipping method</br> USPS priority
    </br>Shipping charge</br> included
    </br>Handling time</br> a couple of days usually
    </br>References</br> Here and FredMiranda
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    • I have read and agree to the Buy and Sell rules.
     
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    Don't be confused! These are not redundant lenses.

    The 50/1.4 is softish wide open, but sharpens up one click down. Then, from 1.8 through 2.8, you have a great portrait lens. Good color and contrast. It's sharp after 2.8, too.

    The 3.5 macro is sharp right out of the gate, and has a great, smooth throw for macro or semi-macro focusing. It's a great balance especially on an OMD, and also likely a G5, G6, G3, GH series. The 3.5 was actually my more used lens, because it was great for landscape, nature shots and walk-around hikes.

    They use the same adapter, so can be switched easily.
     
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