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Thread: FS: Konica M-hexanon 50mm f2 *minty*

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    FS: Konica M-hexanon 50mm f2 *minty*

    Well, Summicron-M copy, and performs just as good. Random people on the internet do but MTF charts don't lie, scored an impressive 4.5 on photodo, indistinguishable from the Summicron, check the figures. I get perfect focus on my Leica M3 body. Better then spending $2000 on a Summicron. In fact, the hexanon has 10 aperture blades, while the Summicron only has 8, thus you get more rounded bokehs.

    Optically and mechanically mint, pictures speak for themselves, had a filter on it since day one. Built like a tank. Focus and aperture like new condition.

    Comes with it's original front cap and rear cap, pouch, and a B+W UV filter.

    Price: Only 700 USD to buy it NOW, OR, make me your best offer and I shall sell it to the highest bidder later.
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    Re: FS: Konica M-hexanon 50mm f2 *minty*

    By the way if anyone knows, why do some lenses, like this hexanon and I've seen some summicrons, have two sets/layers of aperture blades (pic 2) instead of the usual just one?

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    Re: FS: Konica M-hexanon 50mm f2 *minty*

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    Re: FS: Konica M-hexanon 50mm f2 *minty*

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    Re: FS: Konica M-hexanon 50mm f2 *minty*

    ** sale off **

    You know what, I think I'll keep this lens for a little bit more on second thought. It's so lovely on the hexar rf.

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