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04-16-2016, 01:58 PM   #1
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Nikon PC Nikkor 35mm 3.5 perspective control(shift) lens Early preset

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Nikon PC Nikkor 35mm 3.5 perspective control(shift) lens Early preset

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An early preset Nikkor shift lens in very nice condition for it's age.I don't have a camera I can test this on but,it seems to be in working condition.
The glass looks clean,aperture rings work as they should and the focus is ring OK.Includes both caps.

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04-16-2016, 02:31 PM   #2
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Non-ai - correct?
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Non-ai - correct?
Correct
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Strictly speaking, it's a non-meter-coupled NAi, isn't it? Not having the meter coupling prongs to get in the way should also mean that it could be useful on a Pentax DSLR that has been fitted with a Multi-mount, I would think, in which case it could be a less-expensive alternative to the Pentax 28 shift.

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Your ad says "Shipping Destinations Other (See Listing)".




But.




Shipping destinations are not defined.




Where will you be willing to ship?
04-17-2016, 10:58 AM   #6
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Your ad says "Shipping Destinations Other (See Listing)".




But.




Shipping destinations are not defined.




Where will you be willing to ship?
Thanks,It ships to US.I must have chosen the wrong line in the drop down when I listed.Corrected!
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Thanks,It ships to US.I must have chosen the wrong line in the drop down when I listed.Corrected!


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Strictly speaking, it's a non-meter-coupled NAi, isn't it? Not having the meter coupling prongs to get in the way should also mean that it could be useful on a Pentax DSLR that has been fitted with a Multi-mount, I would think, in which case it could be a less-expensive alternative to the Pentax 28 shift.
Yes non-meter coupled.Some threads have said it can be used in the K mount without an adapter.The orientation of the lens on the body may be different though.I haven't tried to fit it to my DSLR's though.
It would be a less expensive alternative to the Pentax shift lens.
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QuoteOriginally posted by 17dew Quote
Yes non-meter coupled.Some threads have said it can be used in the K mount without an adapter.The orientation of the lens on the body may be different though.I haven't tried to fit it to my DSLR's though.
It would be a less expensive alternative to the Pentax shift lens.
A fair bit less expensive, albeit with a narrower field of view, which would be less of an issue in some circumstances with the K-1 than the APS-C Pentax bodies. Apparently, a non-meter coupled Nikon bayonet lens will fit a K-mount body (with only a small registration difference) but won't lock. I assume the converse is also true. AFAIK, the Multi-mount provides that, but no doubt others who have direct experience will tell us, otherwise.
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I have shot Nikon lenses I modified on my k3. They don't turn all the way which is no issue normally but with a perpective control lens orientation matters. I don't have the adaptist mount to know how the Nikon ends up oriented.

Putting Pentax on Nikon may work in a similar way but infinity focus will be lost.
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I have shot Nikon lenses I modified on my k3. They don't turn all the way which is no issue normally but with a perpective control lens orientation matters. I don't have the adaptist mount to know how the Nikon ends up oriented.

Putting Pentax on Nikon may work in a similar way but infinity focus will be lost.
Thanks for the info,I didn't think about the orientation issue,since it is a shift lens.Thanks for putting it in to perspective,so to speak.
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QuoteOriginally posted by 17dew Quote
Thanks for the info,I didn't think about the orientation issue,since it is a shift lens.Thanks for putting it in to perspective,so to speak.
It is a great lens - an A7R user should snap it up. The adapter should orient the lens correctly and on FF it will be a wide angle.
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