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    FS: Schneider Retina-Tele-Xenar 135/4.0

    Looks to be unused, but has a couple bright lines on the body, so I'm not saying it is brand new in box. Lens is clear and clean (minor dust as usual of vintage optic like this), aperture was snappy. Apparently these fit the NEX series as well, but I don't know about any of that.

    Includes: Lens, original plastic lens case (with black insulating ring to keep it tight in the case), instructions, original box. Sorry, no caps.

    $25 shipped CONUS, $25 plus actual shipping cost worldwide.
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    Sorry, forgot to mention, will trade this for equivalent value 120 format film.

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    Need to see if this will fit my Retina reflex.

    EDIT: Nope, (well technically yes) But I have an Instamatic reflex, oddball 126 cartridge thing.

    GLWS
    Last edited by Red Tractors; 03-14-2013 at 04:55 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    “I’m so fast that, last night, I turned off the light switch in my hotel room and was in bed before the room was dark.” — Muhammad Ali


    Will trade for 35mm film as well.

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    "Trust one who has gone through it." - Virgil

    Anybody able to put this to use, even if just on a shelf as part of a Kodak collection?

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    I'd put it on a shelf, but I've already got enough Retina stuff on my shelves.

    FYI, this type can fit via adapter to M42 (it doesn't quite get to infinity, at least not via my adapter Retina->M42 then M42->EF) and EF (I presume a Retina->EF adapter *may* get to infinity), but at any rate it will work easily on any mirrorless.

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