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Pine Sap · · Estes Park, CO · Joined Feb 2007 · Points: 7,190

Made in Japan, all metal body Accu-Rapid 300mm, f 1:4.5 telephoto Tc lens.

- For use with 35 mm film SLR and DSLR camera's.

- T Mount with PK adapter.

- F 4.5 - 32. Manual focus, f stop setting and depth of field scale rings. Preset aperture with quick adjust for focus, shooting and depth of field.

- Front and rear elements are in excellent condition.

- Body in very good condition showing normal light wear. Includes front lens cover.

- Adjustable tripod mount.

- Weighs 2 pounds, 10 ounces.

- Lowe Pro Cordura nylon padded waist/shoulder carry case.

Asking $55.00 shipped. PPFF or please add 3%.

WILL IT FIT YOUR CAMERA - Accu-Rapid was a Japanese company that manufactured supplementary lens like Sigma and Tamaron today. Since there's little to go on, about the only way to know if it will fit on a camera is to try it. It is a t mount and has a PK adapter on it but does not specify which camera's the adapter enabled the lens to be used with. Nor do we know if will work on a specific camera without use of an adapter. These lens were built before the digital era and were used with film camera's. It will not interface with the light metering system on any digital camera automatically. Adjustments for the proper exposure will be done manually once your metering provides the recommended settings for the existing light. That being said, if it will fit your camera with or without an adapter, through experience you will learn about the light gathering qualities of the lens coupled with your camera and learn to manually set aperture and shutter speed on the lens and looking at the results. You might go to a professional camera shop and discuss if there are adapters that will enable the lens to fit your camera's mounting system if it will not connect directly.

Pine Sap · · Estes Park, CO · Joined Feb 2007 · Points: 7,190

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