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RobertOToole
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More Major office cleaning. All at cost. S&H at cost. Reasonable offers welcome.

Mitutoyo 7,5x used, Sold.

SK Makro Symmar 80/5.6 $399 with free V-mount > 42mm adapter

Scanner-Nikkor 7 element $149.

Olympus Zuiko 38mm f2.8 Bellows lens. mint. $230.

Rodenstock Magnagon 75/ sold.

Rodenstock Magnagon 80/5.6 $149.

Nikon BD LU Plan Fluor 5x0.15 $299.

Mitutoyo QV HR 1x. 0.08 $350.

Nikon 4x Plan Fluor 0.13 $199.

Nikon 4x CFN 0.13 $75.

Tominon 32m f3.5 SOLD

Nikon 5x MM $190 each.

SK Componon S 50mm f2.8 Makro Iris Mount $199 with free V to M42 adapter.

Tominon/Noritsu E36 55,58,80, all 39mm mount APO printer lenses SOLD

Tominon/Noritsu E36C 86 f4 APO printer lense, 39mm mount, with iris. SOLD

Mitutoyo BD Plan 5x with bad front coating, clean barrel. SOLD

Nikon Lu Plan 5x also bad coating clean barrel.Soft image. $25.

Any questions PM or email me.

Thanks.
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Some bargains there!
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I would be tempted by a few of these items if they were in the EU or if I were planning to visit the US relatively soon, but sadly, neither thing applies. Where I live, imports from outside the EU are hit with 25% sales tax on value+shipment costs, plus other fees.
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enricosavazzi wrote:I would be tempted by a few of these items if they were in the EU or if I were planning to visit the US relatively soon, but sadly, neither thing applies. Where I live, imports from outside the EU are hit with 25% sales tax on value+shipment costs, plus other fees.
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Post by JohnyM »

It's not on the list... but maybe you have Nikon 3x MM?

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JohnyM wrote:It's not on the list... but maybe you have Nikon 3x MM?
No, sorry I can't help with that.

2 pcs 5x
2 pcs 10x
1 pc 20x
1 pc 50x
no 3x

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Post by kaleun96 »

Do you have any example photos showing the extent of the bad front elements for the Nikon and Mitutoyo?

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kaleun96 wrote:Do you have any example photos showing the extent of the bad front elements for the Nikon and Mitutoyo?

The Mitutoyo coating on the front lens is pretty ugly but the lens cosmetics are good. Looks like it was come kind of chemical damage made worst when someone tried to clean the front element.

The Nikon is not so bad but there is a bad internal element that makes images soft. Looks good with the naked eye.

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Post by kaleun96 »

Thanks, appreciate the photos!

Tempting to pick up one of them to see if anything can be done but probably the usual case of a Nikon/Mitutoyo tech telling you it's cheaper to buy new than repair.

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kaleun96 wrote:Thanks, appreciate the photos!

Tempting to pick up one of them to see if anything can be done but probably the usual case of a Nikon/Mitutoyo tech telling you it's cheaper to buy new than repair.
Its a shame to toss them in the trash so I was hoping someone with good glass needed a clean barrel, they unscrew on the Mitutoyo.

I also have a TU Plan Nikon that is bad. I would take them apart for a post but the outer barrel is super tight, I cant get them loose on the Nikons.

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