Konica Autoreflex lenses
Near the end of my Konica Autoreflex collection. All Exc+ with pristine glass and snappy diaphragms, prices include shipping within the USA:
Konica Hexanon AR 28mm AE, f3.5, with original case and caps $45
Hexanon AR, 50mm f1.4 AE, Original caps, $55
Another 50mm f1.4 AE as above, $55
Hexanon AR, 52mm f1.8 EE, Original caps, chrome aperture ring, $35
Hexanon 52mm f1.8 EE with black aperture ring, original caps, $35
Hexanon 57mm f1.4 EE, A favorite of press photographers, $60
Hexanon AR 135mm f3.2 EE, black aperture ring, $45
Hexanon 200mm f4, AE, Case, caps (generic front cap) $35
Hexanon 35-70mm f3.5-f4.5 AE macro zoom, Konica caps, $45
Konica Hexanon teleconverter AR 2X, original case & caps, $50
Instructions only (copy, nice) for 55mm Hexanon Macro lens $10
Tamron 70-150mm f3.5, Adaptall II, original case & caps, later 1 touch model, uses 49mm filters, $35
Kiron 70-210mm f4.5 macro zoom nice! $35
Vivitar Series 1 (Kiron) f3.5 Macro Zoom, case, gorgeous, some paint loss on lettering on front cap, $45
Photos on request, Paypal accepted from verified users. Prefer to sell within the USA.
Add a very pretty 35mm f2.8 Hexanon AR with original case & Konica caps. (I started collecting this stuff back in the mid 70s....even I don't know where it all came from. Must be my magnetic personality. )
Bump--and add a Konica C35 compact rangefinder camera in nice shape for $35 shipped within the USA
Konica took a back seat to no one when it came to fine lenses.....
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And, add a Hot shoe for the first version Auto Reflex T3 (the second ("N") version had the shoe built onto the top of the prism. This one is for the first version T3 where the hot shoe was held on by the eyepiece. [Prior models, A, T, T2) had an accessory shoe ("cold shoe") but lacked the electrical contact needed to fire a flash.] $9 shipped within the USA.
Bump.... Some nice Konica Glass.....and a couple of other Konica pieces.
Would consider swaps toward a Mamiya 645 wide angle lens or waist level finder....