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08-12-2018, 01:09 PM   #1
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Two Copipods in Cases, One includes Instructions

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Two Asahi Pentax Copipods. I'll sell them separately at $25 each or together for $40. Free U.S. shipping. Overseas shipping at cost. Both Copipods are in the condition shown. One also includes the instructions. If sold separately, the Copipod with the instruction booklet will ship first.

The legs and leg inserts on each are straight. The threads are in good condition. I believe that both have the 49mm lens adapter.







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Still available and I'm open to offers.
08-20-2018, 09:09 AM   #3
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QuoteOriginally posted by K David Quote
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Northern California (United States)

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Two Asahi Pentax Copipods. I'll sell them separately at $25 each or together for $40. Free U.S. shipping. Overseas shipping at cost. Both Copipods are in the condition shown. One also includes the instructions. If sold separately, the Copipod with the instruction booklet will ship first.

The legs and leg inserts on each are straight. The threads are in good condition. I believe that both have the 49mm lens adapter.







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Selling

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Return Policy & Additional Details
Within 14 days of receipt, return shipping at buyer's expense, except in cases of items damaged in transit.

Please send me a private message if interested in the item!
I have 2 also. I usually use them to copy paper prints. Works great. Quality item.
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You know, you might not be getting more interest because on the front page of listings, these are showing up as listed for $2540.00......

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You know, you might not be getting more interest because on the front page of listings, these are showing up as listed for $2540.00......
Oh my. I didnt notice that. I have one with a 49mm plate. Id be interested in a 52mm plate because a step-down ring vignettes.
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You know, you might not be getting more interest because on the front page of listings, these are showing up as listed for $2540.00.....
Well, yeah, that would explain a lot. Thank you. I just fixed that.

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Id be interested in a 52mm plate because a step-down ring vignettes.
I just checked. Both are 49mm. It's surprising that the 49mm vignettes on a 52mm lens of any focal length at close focus.
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I just checked. Both are 49mm. It's surprising that the 49mm vignettes on a 52mm lens of any focal length at close focus.
I’ll concede it’s been so long that memory might be failing me.
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Weekend bump. I'd prefer to sell these to a Pentaxian then take them to Goodwill in a few weeks.

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How would these work for macro imaging with a DFA 100 I wonder?
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How would these work for macro imaging with a DFA 100 I wonder
These have a 49mm ring, just like the DFA 100. It will work best with a lighter DSLR body, however, as this will put some stress on the clamp. Also, this would not work well with autofocus as the motor won't like moving the camera body up and down.
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So manual only then. still something to consider.
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QuoteOriginally posted by K David Quote
These have a 49mm ring, just like the DFA 100. It will work best with a lighter DSLR body, however, as this will put some stress on the clamp. Also, this would not work well with autofocus as the motor won't like moving the camera body up and down.
I agree.

I've got one of these little platforms. I always use my D-70 with a 58mm, manual-focus prime macro lens on it. This combo works great - better than a tripod even. My K-1 is (in my opinion) a bit for heavy for it.

The legs extend, but I never extend them as I think it's a stronger platform if I don't extend them. My 58mm macro lens on this without the legs extended has a field of view that is about the size of a soda can. Obviously, a 100mm macro lens' coverage would be less, maybe about a deck of cards?

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I agree.

I've got one of these little platforms. I always use my D-70 with a 58mm, manual-focus prime macro lens on it. This combo works great - better than a tripod even. My K-1 is (in my opinion) a bit for heavy for it.

The legs extend, but I never extend them as I think it's a stronger platform if I don't extend them. My 58mm macro lens on this without the legs extended has a field of view that is about the size of a soda can. Obviously, a 100mm macro lens' coverage would be less, maybe about a deck of cards?
A little smaller with a Series 1 105/2.5*. Pack of cigs.




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