Cosmicar 75mm 1.4 c mount

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Torchwood
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Cosmicar 75mm 1.4 c mount

Post by Torchwood » 23 Nov 2015, 14:43

Just making room for more lenses, I have four 75mm 1.4 lenses. Three of them I'm using, one is spare. Looking for £110 posted.

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Re: Cosmicar 75mm 1.4 c mount

Post by blueeyes » 23 Nov 2015, 15:27

These are amazing lenses I have two and would not part with them, great for scopeless and futon builds as well as spotters great glass :thumbup: good to see you back Toni :thumbup:

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Re: Cosmicar 75mm 1.4 c mount

Post by Torchwood » 23 Nov 2015, 16:42

Thanks, nights are longer now and I found a second wind somewhere :D
I have some more coming my way so I let this one go. Can't play with all of them at the same time. :lol:

looking for a 50mm 1.4 lens. Have one but Getting low on them lenses.

The idea was to make a bino but just too heavy with 75mm lenses. Still have the mini spotter with one 75mm lens and a 50mm to swap around. I settled with a 75mm for roof spotter too. So this one is spare.

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I converted the garage to a workshop. So hopefully I get on the winter project soon.

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Re: Cosmicar 75mm 1.4 c mount

Post by some bloke » 23 Nov 2015, 17:14

Looks like a display cabinet at a robotics factory. :angel:
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Re: Cosmicar 75mm 1.4 c mount

Post by tk fox » 23 Nov 2015, 22:58

hi toni sent you pm cheers terry

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Re: Cosmicar 75mm 1.4 c mount

Post by Torchwood » 23 Nov 2015, 23:40

Yours terry.
Will post it in the morning, I know you are good for it.

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Re: Cosmicar 75mm 1.4 c mount

Post by Torchwood » 26 Nov 2015, 12:45

Posted today terry. Let me know how you get on.

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Re: Cosmicar 75mm 1.4 c mount

Post by Barmyfarmer » 26 Nov 2015, 13:16

Have you got a lens suitable for doing a photon xtreme conversion Torchwood?

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Re: Cosmicar 75mm 1.4 c mount

Post by Torchwood » 26 Nov 2015, 13:54

Barmyfarmer wrote:Have you got a lens suitable for doing a photon xtreme conversion Torchwood?
I was speaking to terry earlier about this. I had time out for few months due to health issues. A bit out of touch on this subject. Interested to know myself.
Recently saw a photon with a 105mm m42 lens here for sale. I felt left behind a bit on this issue.
I'm sure someone will enlighten us with it.
Judging by that conversion, it is possible. My other favourite lens is a 100mm 1.5 lens on m42 thread. A bit of a lump but bloody good lens.
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Re: Cosmicar 75mm 1.4 c mount

Post by fizzbangwhallop » 26 Nov 2015, 18:26

Torchwood wrote:
Barmyfarmer wrote:Have you got a lens suitable for doing a photon xtreme conversion Torchwood?
I was speaking to terry earlier about this. I had time out for few months due to health issues. A bit out of touch on this subject. Interested to know myself.
Recently saw a photon with a 105mm m42 lens here for sale. I felt left behind a bit on this issue.
I'm sure someone will enlighten us with it.
Judging by that conversion, it is possible. My other favourite lens is a 100mm 1.5 lens on m42 thread. A bit of a lump but bloody good lens.
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Toni
If you want a look, I'm only up the road from you Toni, bring your lens with you.

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