Large Format Lenses

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  1. binglebugbob

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    Konica Hexanon GRII 150mm f9 APO lens, coated, barrel mount, flange, slight dust, $75

    Rodenstock Apo Gerogon 150mm f9 process lens, Barrel mount, flange, coated, $75

    Kodak Flash Supermatic shutter (only) for 152mm Ektar, works fine, no flange, $50

    Schneider Xenar 135mm f4.7 coated Xenar in Synchro Compur P (“press”) shutter. Exc+, silky smooth, includes Pacemaker Graphic (“aluminum”) 4x5 board, $125

    Tominon (“Yashica”) 127mm f4.7, Polaroid self cocking Copal Press shutter. $65

    Wollensak 162mm f5.6 Enlarging PRO Raptar. Don’t confuse PRO Raptars with the “ordinary” Wollensak Raptars. The Pro Raptar was Wollensak’s last gasp at lens making and competes head to head with Japanese & German lenses. I’ve tested other focal lengths against El Nikkors and could see no difference. The Pro Raptars are scarce, 6 element quality lenses. This one should cover 5x7 negatives.

    Bausch & Lomb 164mm f4.5 “yellow dot” Tessar, barrel mount, coated, flange & original box, $65

    165mm f6.3 Raptar in Alphax shutter. Coated, ASA sync, While slower than tessar lenses with f4.5 maximum aperture, the f6.3 tessars are generally sharper. This should cover 5x7, $100. Pacemaker board for this lens available for extra $12.

    JML 8-1/4” (210mm) f8 APO process lens. Coated, slight dust, Barrel Mount, flange, slight filter ring dent, $75.

    Konica Hexanon GRII 300mm f9 APO lens, coated, barrel mount, flange, slight filter ring dent, $100

    All prices Plus shipping. Photos on request, Questions? Comments? Please reply privately.
     
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    Large Format Lenses (reduced)
    Konica Hexanon GRII 150mm f9 APO lens, coated, barrel mount, flange, slight dust, $65

    Rodenstock Apo Gerogon 150mm f9 process lens, Barrel mount, flange, coated, $65

    Kodak Flash Supermatic shutter (only) for 152mm Ektar, works fine, no flange, $50

    Schneider Xenar 135mm f4.7 coated Xenar in Synchro Compur P (“press”) shutter. Exc+, silky smooth, includes Pacemaker Graphic (“aluminum”) 4x5 board, $125

    Tominon (“Yashica”) 127mm f4.7, Polaroid self cocking Copal Press shutter. $60

    Wollensak 162mm f5.6 Enlarging PRO Raptar. Don’t confuse PRO Raptars with the “ordinary” Wollensak Raptars. The Pro Raptar was Wollensak’s last gasp at lens making and competes head to head with Japanese & German lenses. I’ve tested other focal lengths against El Nikkors and could see no difference. The Pro Raptars are scarce, 6 element quality lenses. This one should cover 5x7 negatives. $50.

    Bausch & Lomb 164mm f4.5 “yellow dot” Tessar, barrel mount, coated, flange & original box, $60

    165mm f6.3 Raptar in Alphax shutter. Coated, ASA sync, While slower than tessar lenses with f4.5 maximum aperture, the f6.3 tessars are generally sharper. This should cover 5x7, $100. Pacemaker board for this lens available for extra $12.

    JML 8-1/4” (210mm) f8 APO process lens. Coated, slight dust, Barrel Mount, flange, slight filter ring dent, $65.

    Konica Hexanon GRII 300mm f9 APO lens, coated, barrel mount, flange, slight filter ring dent, $90

    All prices Plus shipping. Photos on request, Questions? Comments? Please reply privately.
     
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    I really wish I had money. I'd buy that 300mm Hexanon. I really want a longer Konica lens for my Speed, but like I said; Broke. Work is slow and I already spent my camera allowance on Mamiya RB gear.

    Good luck with your sale though. If the Konica is there when and if I ever have spare money, I'll be interested.

    Unless of course you're looking for trade?...
     
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