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From Montreal today, UPS!  I don't believe they've ever been used!

 

 

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50 minutes ago, TomB_tx said:

Very nice! I bought that bellows and the short bellows-mount version of the 100 macro Elmar in about 1969-70, and it can do great work. Mine still looks new: I guess I haven't used it enough!

It's kinda hard to wear a bellows out unless you're beating them day in and day out though.  ;)

 

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49 minutes ago, Lux50 said:

Beautiful condition, looks like they are right out of the box!

As I am "frugal" and never had the money to buy any of this new "in the day," this is probably the closest to new anything I've ever owned with "E. Leitz" or "Leica" engraved on it.

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Great! Now, go and use it to bits 🙂
I have the short one with bellows, and a normal mount. The normal mount gets out more often.
Results are very goo with both. I do not have the APO macro, unless you count my Macro-Elmar M 90, but it gets very close.

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4 hours ago, dpitt said:

Great! Now, go and use it to bits 🙂
I have the short one with bellows, and a normal mount. The normal mount gets out more often.
Results are very goo with both. I do not have the APO macro, unless you count my Macro-Elmar M 90, but it gets very close.

It's going to become my negative digitizing setup on my old copy stand and using my light box and enlarger negative carriers.  I'm tired of scanning with my Epson V600.

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8 minutes ago, AZN said:

You will probably find the 100mm a bit long for this.  The 60mm Macro-Elmar may work better.  YMMV of course!

I have a Hexanon 55mm macro I can put into play if necessary.  ;)   I prefer the 100mm focal length for most things.  I have the Sigma 150 f/2.8 OS macro as well.

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On 1/24/2023 at 6:46 PM, hepcat said:

From Montreal today, UPS!  I don't believe they've ever been used!

 

 

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A true 'work of art' and precision. Have fun with it!

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