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The Makro-Planar f5.6 135mm lens has no focusing ring and is designed for use with a bellows extension. With the bellows extension, the focusing range of the lens is continuous from infinity down to 1:1, lifesize magnification.
Optimally corrected for close-up work but is also an excellent lens for general photography where maximum image quality and freedom from distortion are required.
About 2200 were made between 1982 and 2002, making it a rare lens. This example was made in 1983.
Cosmetic: Almost no wear. Typically the lens’s painted lettering and lens hood bayonet fitting will show use, and these are only lightly marked.
Optical: The optics are excellent. One small mark too the coating on the front element.
Mechanical: Shutter speeds are all working and accurate. Aperture blades are fast and free from oil.
Dust/Haze: A little internal dust and haze. This is typical and expected for a used lens of this age. Lens are not sealed units and will exchange are with the outside environment. 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.)