Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/04/07

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Subject: [Leica] Re: Posting a "for sale" ad
From: rst90274 at (richard tibor)
Date: Fri Apr 7 10:53:46 2006

I received an e-mail from the administrator informing
me that it would be possible to post an ad on the
user's group forum on Friday, so here it is:

Superior German made Novoflex Follow Focus System
for Leicaflex or all Leica R series cameras.  Novoflex
originally designed its system to be used with Leica
cameras so their optical and mechanical quality was
superb.  International demand for this system was so
high it eventually resulted in adapters being
developed to fit this system to virtually every
camera  made. These lenses are fantastic for sports or
wildlife photography. On the last Novoflex pricelist I
could find the cost of the 400mm and 600mm lens
heads was 1799 Euros each and the focusing grip  
was 1199 Euros.  I have a vintage outfit that is NEW  
and in the original boxes. This set was purchased as  
a back-up but my outfit has worked so fine over the   
years,I've never needed them. Often when I take them  
out the papparazzis and press photographers stop me to
try out this unique  fast focusing system. This system
would be a great additional to any Leica collection or
perfect to put to use.  The focus and aperture are
set manually. It consists of the 280mm f5.6, 400mm
f5.6, and 640mm f9.0 lens heads, Follow Focus pistol
grip, aperture,Leica adapter, caps, lens shades, and 
chest/shoulder mount. Email for photos. Set is for 
sale for $899 + S&H or best offer.  I can also sell a
Nikon mount with this outfit in case you want to use
it on your digital Nikon SLR, of course, the lenses
will pick up the 1.5X multiplication factor of the
smaller sensor.
 Thank you for you assistance with the posting.  

 Richard Tibor

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