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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Cameras (FILM) > Classified #226427

For Sale: Vivitar 70-210mm, Series 1 Macro Zoom Lens for Canon

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Vivitar, 70-210mm macro focusing auto zoom lens, F1:3.5 Series 1, lens no. 22538831, for Canon SLR camera. (Ftb, AE, AP, models)

Mint condition. This lens offers one touch focus & zoom operation, variable aperture range of f3.5 - f22, original, clean , no scratches, nicks, or signs of wear of any kind. Used on Canon FD bayonet type mounted camera. Comes with both lens covers, skylight 1A filter, instruction manual and hard leatherette lens case.

Sells for $300 new, asking $50.00. Buyer to pay $7.50 for shipping in CONUS only. Please email me with any questions you may have. Thanks for looking.

The following is some information on the lens:

In 1975 Vivitar introduced the "Series One" line of lenses. They were intended to compete with the best offerings of the major camera manufacturers, -- they were quite expensive even by OEM standards. Nonetheless, discriminating photographers (who could afford it) snapped them up, and they are still much sought-after by photographers willing to give up auto focus in return for outstanding optics, with great construction and versatility.

The most famous of the Series One lenses was the 70-210 macro zoom. One of the first zooms to offer any kind of macro capability; it offered outstanding optics in a highly versatile package.

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