Universal Finder 28-135mm

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  1. jmcd

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    Universal Finder 28-135mm, with case.

    $68 shipped and Paypalled in the US. In nice shape, with provision for parallax correction at 1 meter.

    Pm if you're interested
     

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    Trade for Pentax slr gear considered!
     
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    pentax k1000 with 50mm lens?
     
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    Replied via pm.
     
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    Still available.
     
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    What brand is this? I couldn't tell from the photo...
     
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    what kind of pentax gear are you looking for ?
    nothing that i have would cost 68$ shipped ...
     
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    The make is Russian. The brand id is seen on top of the lid in the photo, but I'm not sure what this is. The quality is very good, and the image is quite clear. The click stops are very good. If you don't wear glasses, this is a very good finder. If you have glasses, you can easily see the edges of the frames, but you will need to add some sort of rubber protection ring. These sell for over $100 at Fedka, and this is where this came from.

    Nice usable 35mm metal Pentax camera with springs and gears; nice usable lens for same (50-55mm, 35mm, 28mm)
     
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    Here is what it looks like looking through the viewfinder. There is a fine-line cross-hairs pattern, and beyond the frame a bit bolder parallel lines, with space in between. So, you can clearly see what will be in the frame, as well as the edges of the frame and beyond.
     

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    Judging from the logo on the case, it's made by KMZ.
     
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    Thanks! I thought it looked familiar, but couldn't remember where I'd seen that logo. :smile:
     
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    Price reduction to $58 shipped. Paypal preferred, but if you're interested and that doesn't work for you on this item, send me a pm.