Our lens collection varies as does our camera collection. Many of our lenses are classic or vintage, along with modern higher speed lenses for fast focusing. The age range of out collection is approximately from 1975 to the 2010’s. We keep a collection of some early manual focus glass, sometimes because of the quality, of simply because of the cost.
Sorted by Release Year.
Sears MC 60-300 mm f/ 4-5.6 mod. no. 202.7368300
This Sears 60-300mm zoom lens, albeit not a super-fast lens with an aperture starting at f/4.0 … is extremely sturdy and results in fairly sharp captures even at it’s full zoom length. It is a little heavier than most being of *all metal* construction – so beware of using it on long shoots.
- Manual focus and zoom lens
- All metal construction
- Version made for all of the major manufacturer lens mounts
- Zoom range 60-300mm
- Aperture range f/4.0 to f/5.6
- Release Year: 1980s? n/a
- Added to collection: 2019
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Nikon Nikkor AF 35-70mm f/3.3 to f/4.5
With a focal range of 35-70, this Nikon lens did a good job of meeting the needs of most amateur photographers in the 80s. This was found on many of the camera kits sold in that time frame.
Nikon Nikkor AF 50mm f/1.8
With a focal range of 35-70, this Nikon lens did a good job of meeting the needs of most amateur photographers in the 80s. This was another lens commonly paired with a body/lens kit in the 1980s through mid 90s. The lens pictured also has a collapsible rubber lens hood on it.
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