FS:Pentax MZ-50 & 28-80 lens.

Discussion in '[Classifieds] For Sale' started by Mike Kennedy, Apr 21, 2010.

  1. Mike Kennedy

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    This shooter belongs to an artist friend of mine who purchased it to take a photography course a few years back.After the class ended she removed the batteries and shelved the camera.Much happier with brushes and canvas.
    This is the nicest second hand camera I've handled.Mint! Glass clear,clean,fungus free.Body is in similar condition.Not a mark or blemish.
    A nice entry or advanced amateur camera.I shot a test roll the other day and like the results.Kindly check out the on line manual.
    Similar to my Nikon F60 but with the MZ-50 you can adjust the iso.Nice!Lots of user friendly features.Comes with strap ,lens cap,2 rolls of fresh film and new batteries.Kate is looking for the manual and lens hood.
    Shipping from eastern Canada.No paypal.$100.00 OBO
     

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    Just to sweeten the deal I'll toss in my Orion top loader camera bag (light weight,room for Pentax MZ-50,1 storage pocket) and a Olympus Stylus 105 (a few scuff marks,glass clear,clean).
     
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    My friend Kate has decided to slash the price by 25 clams.
    Now $75.00.
     
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    I have the 28-80 lens and it is a very good lens. This is almost a brand new Pentax but sad to say a reduction to $75 is probably necessary. The MZ range just doesn't have the kind of cache that attaches to older Pentaxes like the LX or K1000 etc and they are seen as very much less attractive than Nikons of the same era. Pity

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    Thanks pentaxuser.You're right.Most folks who don't work with analog gear on a daily basis don't realize that their $500.00 investment has now drooped considerably in price.

    Mike