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Selling ultra rare ISCO ISCORAMA Lens $4,000


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Ultra rare Original ISCORAMA anamorphic lens with Nikon F-mount. Here it is mounted on my nikon d3000 for reference. Mint condition, full metal body,solid construction and heavy. Comes apart and there are two pieces. Rear elements are extremely clean. Comes with 72mm UV filter and hard leather case.
For more information please contact me on here or at thomasminerphotography@gmail.com

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=130962018872&ssPageName=ADME:L:LCA:US:1123

 

Pictures I've taken with the lens

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http://i752.photobucket.com/albums/xx164/tommyboy11/Example1.jpg

http://i752.photobucket.com/albums/xx164/tommyboy11/Example2.jpg

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Im sorry you have to expect this, that is a rediculous starting price for that lens, reminds me of the rollie version thats been on ebay close to a year or more. I wouldn't expect to sell that anytime soon.

 

I paid close to 3k for mine and it came with like 2 sets of diopters and the holy grail Tokina +0.4 and that was earlier this year.

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It is interesting that this one has a full metal body. I never heard of that. In fact my Exakta-Isco has a lot of plastic parts (feels totally different

compared to the full metal '54...)

Maybe this one is really totally ultra-super-duper-rare? And therefore reasonably priced? 

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It is interesting that this one has a full metal body. I never heard of that. In fact my Exakta-Isco has a lot of plastic parts (feels totally different

compared to the full metal '54...)

Maybe this one is really totally ultra-super-duper-rare? And therefore reasonably priced? 

 

I'm assuming this seller has never even seen or held an iscorama in real life.  thats a full plas

 

Bagpiping included?

 

Nah...  I'm all piped out at the moment!

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Sorry for the Misunderstanding everyone. I am pretty sure it is a plastic shell I thought it was metal because of the weight of the lens. Just because i am new to the forum doesn't mean I have never held a real iscorama. I don't even knew much about this lens and was hoping to gain some insight into what exactly it is and what it was used for. I will make a video showing every aspect of the lens. Hopefully that will satisfy your needs.
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