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06-09-2011, 02:31 PM   #1
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[SOLD] Three Tamron Adaptall Lenses (28-200, 80-210, 28mm)

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Three Tamron Adaptall Lenses (28-200, 80-210, 28mm)

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I've always been a fan of Tamron's adaptall lenses, and over the years I've collected a few. Now that I have acquired some Pentax glass, I'm letting go some of my old lenses.

I have only one Pentax PK-M mount for sale. I will sell it for $25, or include it with one of these lenses for $15. It's in good shape. I also have a nikon AIs mount and a Canon FD mount if anyone is interested. P/K mounts are usually available on eekbay for ~$25, PK/A for upwards of $50-$125. A chinese mount that makes them behave like a preset lens is $15 on eekbay.

Tamron 80-210 f3.8-4 BBAR (model 103a, mount NOT included): $40. I've had this lens since I shot Canon manual focus, and it's the IQ winner here in this pile. Here's an image I shot testing it before I sell it:




I've gotten good results from it throughout the years I've owned it. The lens is used, but not abused; no obvious defects (aperture works properly, no obvious dust or fungus or anything, etc). There are marks here and there on the focus ring and the body - it's not "minty". $55 with the P/K (M) mount.

Tamron 28mm f2.5, model 02B: $25, mount NOT included. This lens is another that's done me good over the years, takes pretty good images (although better on full frame film), and is in pretty good condition. Glass/aperture are pristine, body is good+. I've used it reversed on my 100mm for 4:1 with good results. $40 with P/K (M) Mount.

Tamron 28-200 f3.8-5.6, model 71a, mount NOT included: $60 I paid too much for it in order to get the PK/A adaptall mount that was on it. It works, it's in good shape, and produces decent enough images. I'm not a big fan of superzooms, so I've not used it beyond making sure it works before I sell it. Glass is pristine, body is good+/excellent-. Might make someone a good walk-around lens. Comes with a ridiculously small hood - probably the most you can put on it, considering the zoom. $75 with the P/K (M) mount.

Let me know if you want to see more images of one of the lenses - these are for identification.

Oh, and if you maybe want all three? I will sell all three for $125 *with* the PK/M adapter.

Are you the original owner of the item being sold?
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DOA only

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Top image is 80-210, second image is 28-200, last is 28mm

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06-09-2011, 10:42 PM   #2
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I'm a big fan of the 103A - love the IQ. With a body capable of clean, high ISO shots (K5, Kx) this lens is a champ.
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I'm a big fan of the 103A - love the IQ. With a body capable of clean, high ISO shots (K5, Kx) this lens is a champ.
Yeah, I almost hate to part with it, but I just can't see me using it anymore; I have the DA* 50-135, the DA 55-300, and the Tamron 180mm f2.5 (63B) + 1.4x SP TC.

It produced a better macro image than I remembered, honestly.
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oh man, the 180/2.5 Adaptall is a killer lens. Lucky you!

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oh man, the 180/2.5 Adaptall is a killer lens. Lucky you!
Yeah, that one is definitely on the "Do Not Sell" list. I fell in love with it from the very first image. Still one of my favorite pieces of glass on my K-5.
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