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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Cameras (FILM) > Classified #184949

For Sale: 135mm f/2.8 Universal Mount Lens (Sold!)

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Well I have completed some extensive lens testing with my Canon D60 and am narrowing my lens selection down a bit. All of these lenses are in decent shape and are quite usable. No lens caps unless pictured. In a lot of cases, my choice was to keep a good T-mount lens over an equally good M42 mount lens. In a few cases, I ended up with two identical lenses, and some just weren't as good as the others in my collection. These are all M42 Pentax/Universal screw mount lenses. Adapters can be purchased for $10-$15 that will make them work with Canon FD, Canon AF (EOS), Yashica, Contax, Pentax K, Minolta, etc. Nikon adapters are available, but need a relay lens to reach infinity focus and cost around $100. These are easily adaptable to most CCD cameras and are perfect for use with starlight express cameras.

This lens is a Hanimar f/2.8 135mm. Some dust, but very good condition. Everything works and it takes good pictures. I choose to keep my T-mount 135mm just for greater adaptability to other cameras. Like most lenses, it shows better off axis performance when stopped down a bit. Asking $30 shipped.

35mm 15.3*
D60/D30 9.4*
1/4" CCD 2.7*
1/3" CCD 3.7*
1/2" CCD 5.4*
1" CCD 10.8*

I prefer Paypal or postal money orders. I have several lenses listed so check them all out.


Paul McCarl

P.S. The red fringes on the right side are from dark current in the D60.


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