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[EXPIRED] Sold: Nikon 24mm PC-E lens


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Jan 19, 2009
San Jose, California
Nikon Tilt-Shift lens 24mm f/3.5. This type of lens is manual focus, the shift feature allows to move the frame and horizon up and down while keeping the camera back plumb (and thus avoiding converging lines in buildings and trees), while the tilt can be used to change the focus plane. The lens is in excellent condition, however upon close inspection it appears to have a small "defect" on the outside of the barrel, at one of the screw-holes. See detailed images, comparing a "normal" screw-hole and one that is a bit larger. This does not affect the functionality of the lens. I got the lens used on another forum, and this screw hold anomaly has not bugged me. Other than that, the lens is in excellent cosmetic shape, functions perfectly and is very sharp across the frame. The lens axis has been re-oriented for tilt and shift in the same direction, which is the favorite orientation for landscape use.

Comes with original box, hood, manual, pouch and both caps.

$1100 (price reflecting the small defect on the barrel). Includes paypal fees and FedEx ground shipping (48 states). Sold

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