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First introduced in 1967 this lens was the first lens to have a black barrel. This lens was made in 1970, before the T* coating was introduced.
This is an very nearly equivalent viewing angle to a ‘super wide’ Hasselblad camera, with the 38mm Biogon lens.
It is a heavy lens and weighs nearly 1.5kg. The front lens element is particularly large and takes 104mm size filters.
Front and rear caps, plus leather case.
Cosmetic: Moderate wear.
Optical: The optics are excellent – free from all scratches, debris and fungus.
Dust/Haze: Almost perfect. A tiny amount of internal dust/haze, which is visible when shine a bright light through the lens. Image will not be affected.
Cosmetic Condition: 4
(Signs of light use, but not misuse. No other cosmetic damage.)
Functional Condition: E
(Everything functioning. Major functions have recently been professionally tested.)