Rodenstock Ysarex 127mm 4.7(from 110A) SOLD SOLD
finishing up my "spring cleaning". You probably have seen my listings for my "cleaning out" the past week or so. Almost done, there might be a few more things to go. who knows ?
what I have here is a nice litte 4x5 lens(not a huge I.C.), but definitely a nice little user lens for 4x5.
condition: mechanically; terrific. 1s fires normally, doesn't seem slow to my ears(though not officially 'tested' however). Front element has a small nick(not totally sure if its a nick or not), rear element has a small watermark toward the edge. VERY MINOR internal dust(2-3 pieces max that I could see). I've shot both color and b/w film with this lens, and its performed very well with both. Not as sharp and 'accurate' as newer glass, but very nice, and sharp, nonetheless !
no caps, however, it does come with the retaining ring
sold as-is, no returns
$75 OBO + $5 shipping(USPS Priority F.R.). Int'l please inquire, include
post code please
Last edited by DanielStone; 03-28-2010 at 11:55 PM. Click to view previous post history.
that's got to be a record for an item to be sold time-wise(at least for me )
LENS IS SOLD, PENDING PAYMENT
I have one of these on my 4x5 works just fine, not spectacular though. i had to buy the whole 110B to get mine, so I have the front 'pinhole' cap.
BTW, Dan, the stuff I bought from you came in this morning. You (and the USPS) are super fast.
sure thing Rick, we(me and the USPS) both do our best to keep our patrons happy
the USPS is doing well with shipping times, I like to use them when I can.
enjoy the D76 Rick
Hey Rick, if you ever want to sell that lensless 110B, let me know. I have an extra Enna Ennit and want to do a pack film conversion.
Originally Posted by ralnphot
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I would, but the body was in dire condition, everything was either rusted (inside) or munged up, and the bellows was falling apart-it was ugly, it got stripped for small screws and parts. On a good note, the lens and shutter were in decent shape and didn't need too much cleaning to get working.