FS: Nikon 90mm f4.5

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  1. Ari

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    In excellent condition, glass is great, Copal 0 shutter is spot-on (my film says so); barrel shows minor signs of use.

    Healthy IC of 235mm, plenty of movements on 4x5 and a nice WA for 5x7.

    Includes both original Nikon caps, retaining ring and cable release.

    Technika-style lens board can be added for $15 more.

    $460 plus shipping, Paypal fees included.

    Full refund if you're not 100% satisfied.


    Thanks
     

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    oooooh do I want that for my 5x7........uh taking trades? I got some d*****l Canon stuff, I know its a long shot :sad: 60d and a 70-200/4L IS.....i'd need cash on top (or another lens) for the L

    aw man that thing is glorious......the more I shoot LF the more I want to dump d*****l and fully commit

    hell with it.....I'll put up the 60d for sale on another board if it sells I'll snatch this up.....don't hold your breath for me if someone else shows up with the cash first I can probably find one on eBay or something.

    236mm......that would give me a little movement too on 5x7
     
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    Sorry, I don't need any digital gear, but it looks like the lens will be here for a while.
    Do get in touch if you're still interested later on.
    Thanks!

    And yes, you would get a little room on 5x7, about 11% excess coverage according to this: http://www.largeformatphotography.info/lenses/LF5x7in.html
     
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    aw yiss.......I can put it on a standard lensboard right? I have an Eastman-Kodak kit its pretty similar to a 2d or any of the factory-built EK's at the time
     
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    Any lens board of reasonable thickness will do, provided it's drilled for Copal 0.
     
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    I have a copy of this lens and love it. I was having a hard time with my 90mm f8 lens indoors and decided to upgrade to this Nikon. It makes it MUCH easier to see the ground glass (I have a fresnel, too) indoors and it made working during sunrise / sunset hours much easier as well.

    Good luck Ari.
     
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    Thanks for the lens Ari, and sorry for all the hoopla...

    Andre
     
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    No problem, André; a small typo can really make trouble sometimes. :smile: