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[FS] Legacy Glass | Location: USA | Ships: US/Canada

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  1. heedpantsnow

    heedpantsnow Mu-43 Veteran

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    Buy & Sell Listing - Want to Sell
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    Legacy Glass

    Prices
    Konica Hexanon 50mm f1.7: $40 OBO
    Konica Hexanon 135mm f3.2: $60 OBO
    Leica/Leitz Elmar 90mm f4: $100 OBO SOLD
    Contax Zeiss 50mm 1.4: $300 SOLD
    Contax Zeiss 135mm 2.8 (recent CLA): $300 now $275
    Voigtlander Anniv. Heliar 50mm f2: $600 now $575

    Location
    USA

    Ships to
    US/Canada

    Description
    I have these legacy lenses for sale. I have used these on my E-P2 and E-M5 with great results. They are a lot of fun to use, the image quality is top notch, and they are built like tanks.

    Konica Hexanon 50/1.7: $40 incl. CONUS shipping; includes front & rear caps
    Body and glass in excellent condition

    Konica Hexanon 135/3.2: $60 incl. CONUS shipping; includes leather case & front cap
    Glass is excellent condition, a few scratches on the pull-out hood (see pics)

    Leica/Leitz Elmar 90mm f4: $100 incl. CONUS shipping; Glass is in excellent condition; some light wear on grippy part of barrel; beautiful bokeh

    Contax Zeiss 50mm 1.4: $300 incl. CONUS shipping; glass and body in EX condition; this legendary lens is my favorite to use on m4/3

    Contax Zeiss 135mm 2.8: $300 incl. CONUS shipping; glass and body in EX condition; Full CLA 1 year ago (cost around $80); my go-to long lens on m4/3 and rivals the vaunted Canon 70-200 f2.8L in sharpness. Update: will throw in a C/Y to m43 adapter.

    Voigtlander Anniversary Nickel Heliar 50mm f2: $600 incl. CONUS shipping; Number 62 of 600 made; Glass and body in Like New condition; includes hood, front and rear caps. Freaking amazing bokeh. New cost is $800 (more info here) Update: Will throw in a LTM/M mount adapter and a Leica M to m43 adapter

    Payment accepted
    • Regular PayPal (buyer adds 3% for this option)
    • Personal/Gift PayPal (violates PayPal policy and no buyer protection)
    Shipping method
    USPS

    Shipping charge
    included

    Handling time
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    Acknowledgement
    • I have read and agree to the Buy and Sell rules.

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  2. rbelyell

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    the elmar is worth at least twice as much! someone snap that baby up its a great lens.
     
  3. ducridah750

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    PM'ed for the Leitz.
     
  4. heedpantsnow

    heedpantsnow Mu-43 Veteran

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    Leitz Elmar is sold
     
  5. bigolac

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    Here's a free bump - and a hearty handshake for a reference to one of the best movies made.... heed.... pants.... now.... classic!

    The Gettys, the Rothchilds, AND Col. Sanders, before he went tets up...

    ;)
     
  6. lattiboy

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    How had nobody bought the Zeiss 1.4 yet?!?!?! Seriously people! Get on it!
     
  7. heedpantsnow

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    LOL thanks. it was such a great movie!

    I know, dude. It's definitely one of my favorites!
     
  8. heedpantsnow

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    The Zeiss 50 1.4 is sold
     
  9. heedpantsnow

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  10. heedpantsnow

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    Updated some of the descriptions.
     
  11. heedpantsnow

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    Price drop: Zeiss for $275, Heliar for $575.
     
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  14. absolutic

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    I already own Konica Hexanon 135mm f3.2 (using on Sony A7r)... is the Zeiss Contax 135 that much better?
     
  15. heedpantsnow

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    Honestly, it's not 5x better, as the price would belie. However, it's one stop faster and has the Zeiss microcontrast that the Hex doesn't have. They are just different, depending on what you want. I loved the Hex, and was willing to spend a lot more for those two differences. It is definitely worth the difference to me. I just need the money to fund other things. Here is a description of the Zeiss which says it better than I can: http://forum.mflenses.com/test-contax-sonnar-135-2-8-vs-canon-70-200-f-2-8l-is-ii-t32415.html
     
  16. absolutic

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    It is 1/3 stops faster than 135/3.2, not a full stop. But I will study the pages you linked here and other info re: Zeiss. 135mm is the preferred focal length for portraits for my wife. The cheapest AF lens for me to consider would be the Canon 135L and the Autofocus is slow on Sony to Canon adapter, plus the cheapest I can get the Canon is probably in $700 range. So I am considering all options. Thank you very much for your reply.
     
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