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Fern-Kilar 1:5.6 / 400mm

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The 400/5.6 Tele-Kilar was produced from about 1952 to 1968. With the proper Kilfitt adapter, it could be fitted to most popular 35 SLRs of the day. Lens code: "KIVIR"; it has 2 lens elements forming a single achromat; 1 foot & 5 33/64 inches in length; 3 pounds & 14 ounces in weight. As with the vast majority of Kilfitt lenses it had a pre-set diaphragm. Kling photo listed this particular lens, in 1954, for $239.95 (List); the adapter for $12.00; and its carrying case for $24.50.
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Makro-Kilar 2.8-3.5/40
Makro-Kilar 2.8 / 90
Panosoft 2.8/110
Tele-Kilar 4/105
Kilar 3.8/135
Kilar 3.5/150
Tele-Kilar 5.6 / 300
Pan Tele-Kilar 4.0 / 300
Fern-Kilar 5.6 / 400
Sport-Fern-Kilar 5.6 / 600
Zoomatar 1.3/75
Zoomatar 1.3/180
Super-Zoomatar 1.2/240
Voigtländer Zoomar 2.8 / 36-82
Macro Zoomar 4 / 50-125

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Robot
Mecaflex
Kowa 66


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