Thread: Nikon AI Prime lens (declicked) set - 24mm f2.8, 35mm f2, 50mm f1.4

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  1. #1 Nikon AI Prime lens (declicked) set - 24mm f2.8, 35mm f2, 50mm f1.4 
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    Nikon AI Prime lens (declicked) set - 24mm f2.8, 35mm f2, 50mm f1.4

    All lenses are in great shape with declicked aperture rings. Both focus and aperture rings turn smooth, not too tight, not too loose.

    $820 shipped.

    Paypal only. CONUS members only.
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    $800 shipped.
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    $699 shipped to CONUS till 1/30/2013. After that it will go to ebay. Thanks.
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    Buying all of these lenses from KEH would add up to around $580, but obviously the apertures aren't de-clicked. Would you consider going lower?
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    Sorry. I am not going any lower than $699. Considering it cost me $330 for all three lenses to have declicked and redampened aperture rings, I will just keep them if it doesn't sell at $699.
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    I'd buy them but I'm broke. Just found out the Director I was working with/for highjacked the film and it's in no-mans land. I had 200 hours into that one...not getting paid sucks. I think I gamble too much. :+)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Ferrell View Post
    Just found out the Director I was working with/for highjacked the film and it's in no-mans land. I had 200 hours into that one...not getting paid sucks.
    That's ridiculous. 200 hours and not getting paid for it? No written contract or payment agreement form?
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    you guessed it. that was the part about gambling I threw in there. we're in litigation soon, I shouldn't say too much. Get those contracts and this nice set of lenses. I know a DP who uses Nikon AIS on his Epic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bumkicho View Post
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    Can't see the pics
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