Canon EF 28-135mm IS and Canon Elan 7 - CONUS

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  1. ghostcount

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    CANON 28-135mm with IS (from kit) = $250 including shipping to CONUS

    CANON Elan 7= $60 including shipping to CONUS

    BUY BOTH for $285 including shipping to CONUS. Payment via Paypal and shipping via USPS priority mail. PM me for questions.

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    The specs on the lens says it can only focus up to 20", is that really the case?
     
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    Bumperage.
     
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    Both still available...
     
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    I'll be upfront, I'm not going to buy this... but perhaps I can help you sell it.

    It's the Eye-Controlled-Focusing (or whatever it's called) really as cool as it sounds? When/if I go to an EOS system I intend to buy this one.
     
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    No eye control on this one, the 7E has it. However, eye control seem to vary from user to user and the findings seems to point to eye geometry. Though when it works, people like it. Perhaps there are other reasons, at any rate I don't believe Canon saw value in it as it was never implemented on their newer slrs (I could be wrong, the world is big). :smile:
     
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    Oh shoot, sorry to potentially misinform. Cheers!
     
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    No worries.
     
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    Price reduced.

    $265 for both including shipping to CONUS.
     
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    If you have TES (turned eye syndrome) you (and the camera), will have a lot of fun. I say this seriously.
    I have a friend with TES and ECF was darned tricky on his EOS3. In the end, ECF was disabled.

    I have owned the EOS 5 (poor ECF), EOS 50e (a big improvement and faster) and hired out over 4 months an EOS3 (waste of time). No real value in ECF when focusing array is bog-standard central and narrow. Just a gimmick that was fashionable in the 1990s.
     
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    Agree... so if anyone is interested in this "non-ECF" Elan 7 with the 28-135mm IS lens LMK. :D
     
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    Still available... offers?