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[EXPIRED] Legacy lenses, m4/3 adapters and filters

Discussion in 'Expired Listings' started by youry, Aug 30, 2011.

  1. youry

    youry Mu-43 Regular

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    All prices include shipping in US and Paypal fees. Everything like new. I will ship USPS first class.




    Olympus OM-system MC 50mm f/3.5 auto-macro legacy lens. Super sharp macro lens. I'd say it is in excellent plus condition. Very few scuffs on the metal barrel, glass is pristine. No dust that I can see though you might find some with a 10x loupe. Nothing unusual for an old lens. Focus is smooth. Blades are snappy and oil free. $115 including the m4/3 adapter. WITHDRAWN
    Pentax-M SMC 50mm/1.7 lens. Mint glass, few scuffs on the body. At a glance it looks like has never been used. Smooth focus, no oil on blades. Great starter lens. It comes with the m4/3 adapter which is a little tide. $45. SOLD

    Mercury optics 72mm 3 filters set in a leather like hard pouch, circ polarizer, F-DL and UV. $25

    Leica M39 to m4/3 adapter. $18

    Leica M39 to m4/3 adapter (yes, for some reason I ended up with two) $18

    Leica L39 to m4/3 adapter. $20 This is the thread 39mm adaptor to micro 4/3

    Canon ND8 72mm filter. $15

    Hoya HMC 72mm UV(N) filter, made in Japan. $10 SOLD

    Cokin 58mm circular polarizer. $15

    Zykkor pro slim circular polarizer and MC UV filters. The polarizer is a little tide. Nothing unusual for a slim filter. $18

    Vivitar 62mm ND8 filter in case. $10

    Fotodiox Contax to OM(4/3) filter, in box. This is the fourthirds adapter, not the micro four thirds. $20



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  2. bluebubbleboy

    bluebubbleboy Mu-43 Regular

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    PM sent for Pentax M1.7 and adapter.
     
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    PM sent about 50mm Macro. Q

    Quick question: will it work with a 4/3 mount with the right adapter as well?
     
  4. youry

    youry Mu-43 Regular

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    I'm sure it will work on any camera with the right adapter.
     
  5. shnitz

    shnitz Mu-43 Top Veteran

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    Any lens will work on any camera. All the mount does, in its most basic sense, is physically attach a lens to the camera. The advantage of 4/3 and m4/3 is that they have shorter flange-sensor distances, so that most lenses will fully work in manual mode on the camera, in that they retain full focus distance. If you were to adapt a 4/3 lens to my Nikon, for example, you'd get darkened image corners/heavy vignetting, and you could only focus from probably about 8 inches to about 3 feet away. That being said, OM lenses on either a 4/3 or m4/3 camera work about as perfectly as an adapted lens could work. Olympus even makes some factory adapters to let you use OM lenses on 4/3 bodies.

    youry: What brand are the M39 adapters? I was passed down my great-grandfather's Leica IIIf . . .
     
  6. youry

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    One of them is Pixco and the other one, which appears to be well made as well, doesn't have a brand name.
     
  7. mauve

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    Watch out, leicas older than the M3 are LTM (leica thread mount, ie., the lens is screwed to the body), not M39 !

    Cheers,
     
  8. youry

    youry Mu-43 Regular

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    Reduced the macro lens to $99