FS: Canon LTMs, Zeiss 21mm Finder, Zeiss Diopters, RRS Pro Clamp
Canon 100/2 and 135/3.5 LTM Lenses
Lens Include Original Caps, Hoods and LNIB Voigtlander Adapters
$1250 Shipped and Paypal'd in the US
Selling these two lenses as bundled kit. The 100/2 LTM is a great lens and in really good condition. It was CLA'd around a year ago and focuses accurately on my (now sold) Leica M9-P. Ashwin Rao also borrowed the 100/2 and it focused accurately on his MM. Smooth, even focus the aperture ring clicks solidly. Cosmetically there is paint wear, but that is to be expected on a 50 year old lens. Glass is clean with no scratches or cleaning marks; likewise, no visible signs of haze or fungus.
The 135/3.5 is equally good mechanical condition, and cosmetically, it's cleaner with minimal paint loss. Glass is clean with no scratches or cleaning marks; likewise, no visible signs of haze or fungus.
Both these lens focus accurately on my M9-P (and now Leica M-240) with the included Voigtlander LTM / M-mount adapters. The adapters were purchased new from B&H during the past 6-12 months. Also included are the correct hoods. The 100/2's hood is in mint condition. The 135's has a bit of wear, but this is the EXACT hood that should go with this lens and is NOT easy to find. Each lens includes its rear bake-o-lite rear cap, and the original front caps. Both these lens are sharp wide open and are just a tiny step behind my 90mm APO and 135mm APO. I had my fun with these lens, and now would like to sell them to help fund another lens.
Zeiss 21mm Viewfinder
Mint Condition - Complete with box
$315 Shipped and Paypal'd in the US
Zeiss Diopters $25 each, Shipped and Paypal'd. US Only
I have used the Leica 21mm finders and did not care for them much, so I did not expect much out of this Zeiss finder. But what a surprise - the difference was huge. The Zeiss finder's magnification is great and the brightness is incredible. I used the Zeiss 21mm finder with the Leica M9-P and the 21mm Super Elmar ASPH and 21 Lux. The finder was used 5 times at the most. It is in perfect condition. I'm selling the Zeiss finder because the M-240 has arrived and I'll use Live View. The Zeiss finder was purchased new from B&H around 6-9 months ago.
I also have three Zeiss diopter lenses: -1, -2 and -3. I bought these for the finder (also purchased from B&H) and also in case I bought a Fuji X1-Pro. Never bought the Fuji and now that the finder is being sold, I don't need the diopter lenses. The Zeiss diopter lenses are mint. I tried all three and settled on the -2, so the -1 and -3 have just been sitting in the box.
Really Right Stuff (RRS) B2 Pro-L Clamp
Near Mint Condition - Includes 1/4 adapter
$65 Shipped and Paypal'd in the US; US only.
Very light home use, indoor studio only. Never taken outdoors. I've sold the RRS L-Brackets for my cameras, so the clamp is not needed any more. Pix of the actual clamp.
Last edited by John Black; 22nd June 2013 at 12:15.
Re: FS: Canon LTMs, Zeiss 21mm Finder, Zeiss Diopters, RRS Pro Clamp
Updates, sold items:
1) Canon 100/2 LTM + Hood
2) VC 28/90 adapter
3) VC 35/135 adapter
4) Zeiss 21mm finder
1) RRS Clamp
2) Zeiss Diopter Lenses
3) Canon 135mm F3.5 LTM (includes hood & case, case not shown); Price: $245 Shipped & Paypal'd in the US
Last edited by John Black; 28th June 2013 at 11:20.
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