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COMPLETED For Sale: Voigtlander 25mm f/.95 Type I | Location: USA | Ships: USA

Discussion in 'Completed Listings' started by azjsb, Feb 13, 2016.

  1. azjsb

    azjsb Mu-43 Regular

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    What type of listing is this?

    For Sale


    What are you trying to sell/buy/trade?

    Voigtlander 25mm f/.95 Type I


    What are your prices?

    $500.00


    Where are you located?

    USA


    Where are you willing to to ship?

    USA


    Description

    Absolutely perfect mint Voigtland 25mm f/.95 Type I lens with original boxes; hood and both front caps and rear cap.

    Far preferred the Type I to the Type II as the optics and construction are the same as Type II but love to be able to feel/hear the change in f/stop without looking.

    Provide credentials - mine are 100% at ebay - user azjeff.

    You pay the 3% paypal fee (it's fee transfer if you send money to a "family member" and I'll pay the shipping to US.


    Payment accepted

    Regular PayPal (buyer adds 3% for this option), Personal/Gift PayPal (violates PayPal policy and no buyer protection)


    Shipping method

    USPS Priority


    Shipping charge




    Handling time




    References




    Additional comments

    Not open to trade offers, Not open to offers below asking price (price is firm)


    Acknowledgement

    I have read and agree to the Buy and Sell rules.
     
  2. JDK504

    JDK504 Mu-43 Top Veteran

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    The clickless aperture is for video in type II which is always preferred in video. You can still have click or clickless in type II for stills and video, but you can't with type I.

    There was a article comparing type I vs type II. Nokton says they are the same but the review says there is a difference although very minor. The reviewers suggested maybe it was the copies given to them?

    GLWS
     
  3. azjsb

    azjsb Mu-43 Regular

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    Fair enough and I respect the fact that video is important to a segment of those than use u4/3. B&H has the type II for $799. For those that shoot stills, only (or primarily), then possibly saving $300 (37.5%) might find this lens attractive. From an image producing prospective, it is flawless and arguably no difference with Type II (or arguably "very minor"). Thanks,