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For Sale: 3rd Pty M42, Helios-40-2, 35, Helios-44M 58mm, 135, 200, M42-K, M42-EF & M42-Nikon
Listed: 01-01-2017, 12:51 PM

*Note: I MAY be open to offers and negotiations on SOME products, just don't low-ball me as the prices are fairly low to begin with.

More lenses for sale. Pictures will be provided upon request, Deals can be had for buying more then one item. Also look for my other ads., Local people can arrange to pick up the items (Southern Ontario). I do worldwide shipping. Add a convenience fee for paypal purchases. Interac E-transfer is offered to Canadians. For fastest communication please PM me.

**All Prices in Canadian dollars**
**The Canadian Dollar is weak right now especially against the USD, its over a 14% discount on items so its a good time to buy just in case you were waiting

$100 CAD is only approximately $85 USD right now so consider the prices accordingly

Quick Price List (Descriptions Below)

*Everything that is sold is fully removed from the top and placed at the bottom and marked as sold, everything else is still for sale

$475 Helios-40-2 85mm F1.5 (Approx. $404 USD)
$220 Vivitar Series 1 135mm F2.3 (Approx. $187 USD)
$120 Mamiya/Sekor SX 85mm F2.8 (16244) (Approx. $102 USD)
$50 Helios-44M 58mm F2.0 (Approx. $43 USD)
$50 Vivitar Series 1 70-210mm F3.5 VMC Macro (Approx. $43 USD)
$40 Bushnell Automatic 200mm F3.5 (Approx. $34 USD)
$40 Fujiphoto Film EBC Fujinon 55mm F1.8 (Approx. $34 USD)
$40 Zeniton 200mm F4.5 + T2-M42 Adapter (Approx. $34 USD)
$40 Auto Chinon 135mm F2.8 (Approx. $34 USD)
$40 Third Party M42-K adapter (Approx. $34 USD)
$40 Opticam Automatic 135mm F2.8 (Approx. $34 USD)
$35 Tokina-Special 28mm F2.8 (Approx. $30 USD)
$35 Elicar Auto 35mm F2.8 (Approx. $30 USD)
$35 Soligor Auto-Wide 35mm F2.8 (Approx. $30 USD)
$30 Soligor Auto-Tele 135mm F2.8 (Approx. $26 USD)
$30 Zeniton 35mm F3.5 (Approx. $26 USD)
$30 Zeniton 135mm F3.5 (Approx. $26 USD)
$30 Soligor 80-200mm F3.5 (Approx. $26 USD)
$25 Soligor 35mm F3.5 (Approx. $21 USD)
$20 M42-Canon EF adapters (Approx. $17 USD)
$20 M42-Nikon adapters (Approx. $17 USD)
$5 T2-M42 Adapters (Approx. $4 USD)
$5 Soligor Auto 2x TC M42 (Approx. $4 USD)


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$475 Helios-40-2 85mm F1.5 (Approx. $404 USD), Great condition, mechanically smooth optically has some minor old lens dust, 10-blade aperture, comes with the tripod mount, has a rear piece holding the tripod mount in i plan to remove in order to use it on a Pentax K-1 and likely other modern cameras, simply lossen 4 very small set screws and thread it off, its a part that is meant to be able to come off, when I sell this lens I will include everything.
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$220 Vivitar Series 1 135mm F2.3 (Approx. $187 USD), Great condition, Just recently CLA'd

$120 Mamiya/Sekor SX 85mm F2.8 (16244) (Approx. $102 USD), Great condition, has been CLA'd, the pin for metering control on a Mamiya camera has been removed but I've kept it in case someone wants to re-install it, this pin would affect the ability to use it on a modern camera and may also get it stuck on a modern camera so that is why it has been removed. The lens doesn't have an A/M switch and I haven't configured the aperture pin to allow for stop down metering on a modern camera, however at F2.8 I have found it to be quite sharp on a quick test. It comes with the original caps and case and has a built in hood. One can use something as simple as tape to hold the pin down for stop down metering up to F8.0, maybe further depending on the tape, it is a temporary solution but perhaps better than taking it apart. Now this lens has a flanged edge on the aperture ring making it unable to be properly installed on a K-1 and maybe other modern K-mount cameras, even if threaded on as far as it can go it won't focus to infinity and the aperture ring will be too tight to be adjusted. If you're using a 3rd party flanged M42-K adapter you could mount it and use the aperture ring however your maximum focus distance becomes 30-32ft or around 10m. If someone is brave enough to grind down the flange on the aperture ring, a mere half a millimeter then it should mount just fine like any other M42 lens.
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$50 Helios-44M 58mm F2.0 (Approx. $43 USD), Great condition, has an A/M switch, no need for modification to be able to stop down the aperture on a modern camera. However its threads don't ideally screw onto a Genuine Pentax M42-K adapter or Genuine Pentax M42 camera. That said it threads onto a 3rd party M42-K adapter no problem. At the moment I have at least 1 3rd party M42-K adapter for sale in this ad.

$50 Vivitar Series 1 70-210mm F3.5 VMC Macro (Approx. $43 USD), The first one I've found where there aren't any serious optical issues such as haze, and fungus, I should probably ask for more money for this one but just give it a nice home.

$40 Bushnell Automatic 200mm F3.5 (Approx. $34 USD), Good condition, the serial number is tAm195864, could this be a clone of a Tamron or meant for the American Marketplace? I'm sure its a clone and I know there were Vivitar, Soligor and Tamron 200mm F3.5's and possibly others too.

$40 Fujiphoto Film EBC Fujinon 55mm F1.8 (Approx. $34 USD), Good condition, the aperture pin needs to be forced in the depressed position in order to stop it down, not an issue on the older cameras or with an M42 adapter with a rear flange, however it may need surgery to make it be forced down for use on modern cameras, this is something I may get around to doing before its bought or can be requested before purchase.

$40 Zeniton 200mm F4.5 + T2-M42 Adapter (Approx. $34 USD), small, light weight, preset, 13 blade aperture, great condition

$40 Auto Chinon 135mm F2.8 (Approx. $34 USD), Great shape and comes with a built in hood

$40 Third Party M42-K adapter (Approx. $34 USD), this adapter is a good fit, not the cheap modern 3rd party junk

$40 Opticam Automatic 135mm F2.8 (Approx. $34 USD), Good condition optically, mechanically and cosmetically, don't ignore it just because its 3rd party

$35 Tokina-Special 28mm F2.8 (Approx. $30 USD), Has some dust, requires the rear pin to be locked down to stop down the aperture, I can do this for you if requested before i ship it out, Otherwise in decent shape.

$35 Elicar Auto 35mm F2.8 (Approx. $30 USD), Good condition optically and mechanically, it had a dented filter thread but that has been bent back and now can take filters an thread on hoods, don't ignore it just because its 3rd party

$35 Soligor Auto-Wide 35mm F2.8 (Approx. $30 USD), Great condition, very long focus throw.

$30 Soligor Auto-Tele 135mm F2.8 (Approx. $26 USD), Great condition, except for a small point sized scratch mark on the rear element which really shouldn't effect the image quality, I've heard from others that they've really liked this version of the lens.

$30 Zeniton 35mm F3.5 (Approx. $26 USD), Good condition

$30 Zeniton 135mm F3.5 (Approx. $26 USD), Great condition, has a 10 blade aperture, needs a T-mount adapter

$30 Soligor 80-200mm F3.5 (Approx. $26 USD), Good condition, solidly built 2-touch zoom

$25 Soligor 35mm F3.5 (Approx. $21 USD), good condition

$20 M42-Canon EF adapters (Approx. $17 USD), 2 available, both new

$20 M42-Nikon adapters (Approx. $17 USD), 2 available, both new, with glass for infinity focus

$5 T2-M42 Adapters (Approx. $4 USD), Good condition, nothing much needs to be said here

$5 Soligor Auto 2x TC M42 (Approx. $4 USD), Good condition, nothing much needs to be said here






SOLD $300 Meyer-Optik Gorlitz Primoplan 58mm F1.9 (Approx. $240 USD), Recently CLA'd, however the CLA'er left some old lens dust inside, this is the unique Ernostar lens design from the 1920's, recently revived with modern seriously over priced copies. this particular lens is from 1952 and is the desired red "V" version, it has a 14 blade aperture, its silver and comes with a heliopan conical hood. I recently looked this lens up on Ebay and sold listings show it selling for $300 USD so despite the price looking high at first glance I think there is a real market for this lens. I've brought it out of my private collection to raise more money.
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SOLD $90 Munchen Hexatar 45mm F2.8 (Approx. $72 USD), A rare, unique, odd-ball, pancake, tessar design, so small you'd have a hard time believing it was meant for a DSLR. Ok so there are 40 and 45mm pancakes but not from the '50s this has a preset aperture, is mostly silver and has 10 aperture blades.

SOLD $80 Enna Muchen Tele-Ennnalyt 240mm F4.5 (Approx. $68 USD), Great condition especially for its age, a rare unique lens, not very big either.

SOLD $50 Helios-44-2 58mm F2.0 (Approx. $43 USD), Great condition, the coating and glass may have faint marks on it but this is being seriously nit-picky.

SOLD $40 Third Party M42-K adapter (Approx. $32 USD), this adapter is a good fit, not the cheap modern 3rd party junk

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Question regarding the Fujinon which may influence some buyers - does this one have the Fujinon aperture-control tab intact?
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Question regarding the Fujinon which may influence some buyers - does this one have the Fujinon aperture-control tab intact?
The aperture pin is intact, the lens does not have an a/m switch if you're referring to the notch in the mount surface it is unaltered as far as I can tell.
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QuoteOriginally posted by MightyMike Quote
if you're referring to the notch in the mount surface
Yep, exactly.

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Yep, exactly.
Since the notch doesn't interfere with the usability of the lens why would it not be still intact?
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why would it not be still intact?
Because non-Fujica shooters file it off so that it sits flush with standard M42 mounts and gives infinity focus.
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Because non-Fujica shooters file it off so that it sits flush with standard M42 mounts and gives infinity focus.
Alright there is no pin, "notch" or tab extruding from the mount surface or aperture ring on this lens, I have another lens not yet posted for sale that is the Mamiya/Sekor SX 85mm F2.8 which i have in the process of being modified in the way to have a pin removed from the mount surface. Yes for Mamiya and Fujica customers this is not ideal however the majority are those who want to use the lens on a modern camera.
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