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[FS] White GF3, M4/3 Lens Adapters, Various Legacy Film Lenses. Ships: US

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Items to sell/buy/trade: Black GM5 Parts/Repair, White GF3, M4/3 Lens Adapters, Various Legacy Film Lenses

Prices: GM5: $70, GF3: $45, Adapters: $8 (or $5 with anything else), Lenses: Various Prices

Location: USA

Ships to: US

Description: I am trying to clear out some odds and ends that might find a better home than storage boxes. The first ticket item is a black GM5, Chinese PAL version by the looks of it. It DOESN'T TURN ON thus is being offered for parts or repair. I bought it off eBay awhile back in the hopes of a simple repair, sent it in to a repair outlet and was quoted around $250-275 to repair, as the main circuit board needs replaced. It's in great shape, just a few minor scuffs to the body, and there is a screen protector on the LCD. Would work great for a parts camera due to its condition, or get it repaired (I don't want to spend the time and $$ myself).

Next is a white GF3, works great and is in good clean condition, with a caveat on the LCD - I bought it used with a heavily scratched LCD and looked around for a while to get a whole new LCD assembly, but in the end I just removed the built-in screen cover layer, and placed a no-glare screen protector over the bare glass. Touch screen still works, and the LCD is clear and easy to see, the edges of the screen protector are just a bit visible on the right edge. Good dirt cheap play camera or backup.

Adapters: I have an OM-M43, Konica-M43 and M42-M43 adapter, each is $8, or $5 if buying multiple or with anything else here.

FILM LENSES:

Canon FD 50mm f1.8. Plastic body, great shape, clean glass. $45.

Mamiya/Sekor M42 55mm f1.8. Metal body, good condition, small scratch on rear element but otherwise great glass. $25.

Mamiya/Sekor M42 50mm f2. Glass is great, black metal body has a few scuffs. $20.

Mamiya/Sekor M42 50mm f2. Glass is great, body is silver and black, looks very clean. $25.

Pentax Super-Takumar M42 35mm f3.5. Great glass, metal body has some tiny paint scuffs. This is a very small lens in comparison to the others, quite a cool piece. $35.

Vivitar Nikon Ai(?) 28mm f2.8. Plastic body, clean looks and great glass. I have nothing to test the mount, but pretty sure the notch/lever on the aperture ring identifies this as a Nikon Ai mount lens. $20.

Seikanon 28mm f2.8 Macro for Canon(?). Glass is great, metal body has some minor scuffs. This looks like a Canon FD mount and sort of fits on my AE-1, but the lens doesn't rotate to attach. The base of the lens mount seems to rotate slightly and lock with a click. Possibly a feature of this lens? I'd appreciate any expertise. $25.

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Payments accepted: Paypal

Shipping method: USPS

Shipping charge: $5

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Apologies for the multitude of photos, this should include the rest of the film lenses.

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Seikanon 28mm f2.8 Macro for Canon(?). Glass is great, metal body has some minor scuffs. This looks like a Canon FD mount and sort of fits on my AE-1, but the lens doesn't rotate to attach. The base of the lens mount seems to rotate slightly and lock with a click. Possibly a feature of this lens? I'd appreciate any expertise.
Hi, it sounds like you're used to New-FD (nFD) lenses, and that this is an older FD or FL-mount lens. Regardless, they work on any FD body.
 

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