Wide angle lens for Konvas-1M. Made in 1967 (#671267).
Quite used condition. Some scratches. Should be good for an amateur movie, but not sure about commercials.
AS IS deal (ask your questions before purcahse; no claims will be accepted).
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Review by Mark Klink
I bought this lens to use with my Panasonic GH1 and an OCT 18 adapter. Because of the crop factor the lens ends up being about 36mm which makes it an excellent normal lens to walk around with. However, unless the lens is kept well greased and cared for, focusing can be a pain with using a small camera. Also, the apperture ring is very loose. I like that it does not have hard F or T stops, but almost everytime I turn the lens barrel to focus the lens, the apperture ends up changing as well. That being said, I love this lens. I have a few other Lomo primes that I use as well and this one by far looks the most intimidating on the front of such a small camera. It also is razor sharp (much sharper than my 28 mm T2.3, but not a nice of a bokeh) and because it is such a wide lens it doesnt require a whole lot of focusing. I think that this lens will most definitely find its place in a few films that I am working on right now and it may become my favorite lens before too long. (Posted on 3/19/2011)