Nikon EM kit w/3 lenses $50.

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  1. John Koehrer

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    A very nice, clean Nikon EM body w/new seals. Working just the way it should and no dents, dings or bruises.
    With strap
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    A like new MD-E Winder.

    AND three Tamron Adaptall 2 lenses each with it's own mount.

    24mm/f2.5 BBAR MC focus & diaphragm smooth, glass clean, no fungus or marks of any kind. With F&R caps

    35-70mm/f3.5 BBAR MC Same as above. No Caps. With filter.

    70-210mm/f3.8-4 one touch zoom w/filter, R cap, pouch & lens hood. Slight wear but focus & zoom are smooth. glass unmarked.

    Tamron SP BBAR MC 2X teleconverter for use with the 70-210. Makes it a 140-420mm lens. glass unmarked, with F&R caps.

    The BBAR MC is Tamrons multi-coating term.

    $50.00 + $15.00 Paypal. shipping by Priority mail. Donation to APUG
     

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    That's a decent 24 - I had one for awhile.

    This kit is well priced (and no, I don't know the seller, nor is he paying me a finder's fee :smile: ).
     
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    That looks like an excellent kit. The wide angle lens appears to be the 28mm version? (vice 24mm)
     
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    so tempting!
     
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    Boy, that would just be an excellent setup for someone's young son or daughter who thinks they might like to give film a try.

    My main 35mm bodies are a pair of early Nikon F2s, along with a dozen or so Nikkors. But I also own an EM and think it's a great little carry-around camera.

    And you can't beat that price!

    Ken
     
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    This is an awesome deal for someone starting out! I had the EM (until i lent it out and never saw it again) and it's a fun compact camera to use, runs on inexpensive lr44 alkaline batteries just fine, aperture priority, super light weight, very smooth film advance. You can adjust ISO film speed to get fine exposure adjustments to compensate for lack of a shutter speed dial. Most of the time you won't need this, the meter does a good job even in low light. With those lenses in this set the camera is really an all around kit. Those adaptall adapters are $12 a piece themselves online!
     
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    pm sent
     
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    Oh wait, I see now... April Fools! Knew it sounded too good to be true!
     
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    It's only been half a day from your post. And a day and a half since the listing. Not all users here are on every night, and not all check their emails that are tied to the pm system here. Plus there could have been many others who maybe have asked before you through pm and didn't post on the thread. A bit of patience goes a long way when buying and selling :smile:
     
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    Oh I'd be happy to get it, but thinking about it, it really must be too good to be true eh? I'm in no rush. :smile:
     
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    I am waiting as well.
     
  12. John Koehrer

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    Ummmm,
    Sorry 'bout that. I hadn't gotten to the computer for a day or three.
    I'm pretty sure the thing is sold but if not, I'll be getting back.

    I usually don't screw things up this much....Sorry
     
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