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Cine lens from Bausch & Lomb, well known for contact lens maker nowadays. This lens was made after world war II for cinema. In 2018, fully serviced and modified to M42 mount using Leitz helicoid ring ZOOXY. Just came back from our customer after careful use. All the parts move smoothly. Very slight cleaning marks on the front element, it does not affect...
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Angenieux in France. Type P2 late version, made in 1957. 5 elements in 4 groups, Elnostar type. The same structure with Angeniuex 90mm f1.8 Type P1. Meter scale. M42 mount. Beautiful appearance. Manufactured for only 4 years, a little rare. Just came back from customer after careful use. Fully serviced in 2019. Excellent working condition. Some cleaning...
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Type P2. Telephoto lens produced by P.Angenieux France in 1954. Late model. 5 elements in 4 groups. Meter scale. Rectaflex mount adapter removed. M42 mount. Just came back from customer. Fully serviced in Jul 2021. Good working condition. Slight signs of use on barrel. Faint rust on silver rings on barrel. Yet still clean as Angenieux. Deterioration of...
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Modified to M42 from VP Exakta mount. Made in 1933. Slight coating damage in the front element, however it is still very clean as its age. Excellent round aperture. Our test shot shows sharp and natural color images.
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Hugo Meyer New York ordeed it to home country of Germany. Originally, it had 3 types of focal length with convention of front and rear parts. After modification to M42 mount, it is only for 3 1/2 inch(90mm) f4.5 and works from 30cm close-up to infinitive.
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102mm. Halo and flare appear at near opening position. Hood is must item. The image at opening position is like beautiful paintings!
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@RARE@ Made by Rietzschel, Germany. 4 elements in 4 groups. Made around 1925. Manufactured small number for Night Mentor 6x9. Modified to M42 mount. The lens covers 5x7 size. Makes unique image, cannot see with present age lenses. Fully serviced.
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This lens was famous of being designed by Ludwig Bertele for Ermanox. Modified to M42 mount. Perfect working order, making fantastic bokeh. The appearance itself is also nice. Fully serviced on May 2014.
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Non-coated. Aluminum barrel. Spiral bokeh at opening position, however makes good image with nice atmosphere when set the aperture at right position. It is a tricky and fun to use. Slight cleaning marks on the front element, yet still clean as Pan-Tachar.
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T coating Sonnar made in 1945 modified to M42 mount. 6 elements in 3 groups. Aluminum barrel. Very slight cleaning mark on coating on inner element, however it does not effect to image quality.
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Unidentified Brass lens. Made around 1900. Not any name stamp on it. Petzval type. Focal length is about 50mm. No aperture blades and the f-value is about 2.8. The mount is converted to M42. Set slightly over infinity. Some dust inside, yet still clear glass. Please check our test shots!
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Usable for 3 types of focal length. 153mm f4.5 with both front and rear parts, 320mm f11 with front part and 220mm f8 with rear part. Slight cleaning marks, scuffs and time-related deterioration on the front element, yet still clean for this lens.
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@RARE@ Made by Meyer Gorlitz around 1939. 5 elements in 4 groups. Successor model of Elnostar. Meter scale. Non-coated. Modefied to M42 mount from Exakta 66. Rare 100mm of Primoplan. Slight scuffs on the front element. Fully serviced in June 2016.
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