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COMPLETED PK-mount lenses

Discussion in 'Completed Listings' started by jimr.pdx, Oct 9, 2011.

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  1. jimr.pdx

    jimr.pdx Mu-43 Veteran

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    USA parcel post shipping included, or add $12 for Priority. Other countries please contact me, we'll see what we can do. No Paypal fees.


    Sears 50mm f/1.7 - $35
    Rikenon 50mm f/2 - $20

    The Sears is in fact a Rikenon XR. Takes great images but front focuses with my k-r using the OVF (in live view they are fine though). The f/1.7 focuses to 1.5 feet, while the f/2 stops at 2 feet.
    Too late: I'm keeping the f/1.4 :biggrin:
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    An ideal companion for :43: is the Promaster 28-70 f/3.5-4.5 - $25 and it's yours. This is very small and light & takes nice images. The inside shows what looks like foam gone bad, but it's around the outside edge internally, not in the way of the optics.
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  2. Ned

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    Oh, I wonder how the SMC 200mm f/4 compares with the OM Zuiko 200mm f/4? Too bad I don't have enough money to test that out... The Zuiko 200mm f/4 is one of my favorite compact telephotos. It's a good format.
     
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    Bump - post updated, several items moved to new homes. I've added two Rikenon 50mm lenses but I plan now to keep the f/1.4. The f/2 is a near-pancake featherweight, ideal for a :43: system.. I hate to let it go, but how many 100mm-equivalent lenses can one keep?

    Here's the remaining :43:-friendly lenses; 50/2 is on my PK adaptor, the 28-70 is unadapted.
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    I seem to be down to the 28-70, and it will serve me well for some shots - so I will deem this over although that lens remains. Thanks, all! :smile:
     
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