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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Cameras (FILM) > Classified #115335

For Sale: Pentax Asahi K1000se w/2 lenses, T-ring, Adaptall, 2X teleconverter

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This camera in pristine condition with some light scratches on bottom where mount goes, and one on the edge around the view finder. It has been fitted with new light seals. Camera has new battery. Action is smooth. Lens #1 is a Pentax Asahi Optical 50mm 2 through 22. Action is smooth. Lens is perfectly clear with no scratches, dust or fungi growth inside or out. Lens #2 is a Sigma Pan-Focus Multicoated 135mm 2.8 through 22. It has a pull out glare reducer. Action is smooth. Lens again is perfectly clear with no scratches, dust or fungi growth inside or out. These lenses as well as the camera were extremely well cared for. They really are like new. Also included is a K-mount T-ring, Tamron Adaptall for Pentax K, and a Sears Auto 2X teleconverter. All lenses, camera, teleconverter have lens caps although the caps look like they had stickers on them at one time. Very detailed pictures are available on request be email. ASKING Price: $375.00 (negotiable) plus shipping. If you feel this is not a fair price, email me. I'm willing to be fair. If this aint a good deal, email me and let me know. I dont wanna look like no fool!

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