Bought these two lenses to adapt to my 5D and Elan A2.....turns out FD glass needs an adapter with a glass element so I will be using my Nikkors instead
Vivitar 24/2 Wide-angle.....lens has a small dent in the top, can still mount filters. Aperture nice and snappy, focusing is smooth, stops down to 16 just fine, no oil on the aperture blades. No caps but I'm sure I can dig up a front cap for it somewhere. No fungus or scratches in the elements. Other than the dent, lens is EX. 52mm filter thread. Super-sharp stopped down, even with the glass element adapter it still rivals some of my Canon L zooms in sharpness. I really need to find one of these for Nikon n/ai that doesn't cost 200-300 dollars
I can do 90 plus shipping on it.
The 135 Sigma, is an oddity. It is a YS version which has an interchangeable mount apparently, similar to Tamron's Adapt2All. It's decently sharp, I believe the aperture blades are a little slow but it does work, no oil on the blades. I'd have to check it against my dad's Canon AE-1p. It's a big beast of a lens, has the front cap and it is all heavy-metal. Even has a macro function that worked well on my 5D. 62mm filter thread
It has a small amount of haze in the 2nd element, nothing that affects image quality, I've got a Nikkor 50 f2 that serves as a petri dish and it's fine. Otherwise, it's mint.
I can do 50 plus shipping on it.
Photos are attached. Shipping is from 32904, east coast of Florida. I take Paypal and USPS Money Order. thanks for looking
Give them both a new home for 130 plus shipping