Was this a good deal...

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  1. James Learie

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    I would say it's a pretty good deal, it's only $30 plus shipping. I bought a Canon FD 70-210 for $45, it's for my AE-1 Program and gets very little use. But those lenses are so cheap now, might as well have it if you plan to use it. As long as there's no fungus on it. :wink:
     
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    It's probably not a good deal, but it's not bad either. A used camera dealer might price it $40 or $50, but I'd guess in the real world it typically goes for $25-35.
     
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    That's an Adaptall II mount lens. It means that they can be used on other brand cameras with the proper adapter.
     
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    christopher walrath No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Decent enough to not have to ram your head against your darkroom sink.
     

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