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Pan Tele-Kilar 1:4.0 / 300mm

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The Kilfitt 300mm f4.0 Pan-Tele-Kilar is one of their most famous telephoto lenses. It is pictured with its fitted Kilfitt case mounted on an Exakta VXIIa. It utilizes a rack and pinion focusing system and focuses to slightly under 1.8 meters (6 feet). In super clean condition, such as this one, they are quite difficult to find as they were heavily used and favored by photographers worldwide. Although a bit cumbersome to use, the 300 Pan-Tele-Kilar is optically outstanding

Introduced 1956; 5 elements; rack and pinion focusing, with lever; $444.50, covered 6x6, focusing to just under 6 feet

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