Miranda 28-200mm f3.5-5.6 MC MACRO - any experience?

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  1. Bend The Light

    Bend The Light No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Seen this, going cheap...it's a bayonet mount, but not sure WHICH bayonet...I would be interested if it's macro capabilities were good, otherwise I already have this range in auto lenses...I could get an adaptor, and wouldn't need infinity focus for macro.

    Any thoughts, anyone? Need an idea in the next 8hrs. Cheers.

    Craig
     
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    I would assume it's a Miranda bayonet mount. They were a well-built, no-frills body from the late 60s and early 70s. I would pass on this because AFAIK, there aren't any Miranda to <whatever> mounts because they were a relatively small company.
     

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