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Optex Macro 200 mm vintage lens,

Optex Macro 200 mm vintage lens,

Price: $9,900.00
Location: India
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 21/01/2023
Item ID: 223876

Optex Macro 200 mm vintage lens,

Optex Macro 200 mm vintage lens,


Optex Macro 200 mm vintage lens, re-housed by Optex

This appears to be a very rare and much sought after vintage piece of glass. Make an offer!


Optex 200mm Macro for sale, rehoused version of Pentax-A* 200/4 ED Macro. PL mount

The Pentax-A* 200/4 ED Macro is one of the legendary Pentax lenses, with

an almost mythical reputation. It is very difficult to find on the used

market and I've even seen several for sale converted to Canon EOS

mount.



Build



As usual with Pentax manual focus lenses the Pentax-A* 200/4 ED Macro

is very well built, with an all metal construction and a sturdy,

removable tripod mount. The lens is provided with a hood of the

built-in, sliding type and comes in a leather hard case. It takes 58mm

filters.


Optical


The lens is a 10 element 9 group construction featuring ED (extra low

dispersion) glass. The lens is a true macro lens capable of focusing

down to life size (1:1) magnification. Results are razor sharp with best

resolution I have ever seen in any 35mm SLR lens. Its not only

brilliant when used as a macro lens, but even more so when used as an

ordinarily telephoto lens focused at infinity. The lens also work

exceptionally well with Pentax converters, giving you a 400mm macro lens

with superb optical quality. There's very quality little difference

between the apertures.



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