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Old Feb 8, 2017, 12:04 PM   #41
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Yeah. I get that.
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Old Feb 8, 2017, 3:47 PM   #42
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Hi, Yes, you're probably right, but that's unlikely. You see, that would be just too easy. ......john
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The Soligor lens shown in your pic is around 30+ yrs old. The 2nd-value is probably $30-$40, even tho it no doubt has had little use.

To my knowledge, there are no equivalents brand new and in the shops - the optics world has moved on with huge zooms for cameras these days, rather than 'novelty' items as this was in its day

If your seller is asking under $50, then maybe you can give this a go ... very carefully ... but over $50, the seller's in the wrong ball park

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