Brand Type Range Apeture Mount Condition Price
Nikkor-N Prime 24mm F2.8 Nikon A $150.00
Canon Prime 135mm F2.5 FD A $140.00
Telesor Zoom 28mm-80mm F3.5-F4.5 Kmount A $120.00
SMC Takumar Prime 50mm F1.4 M42 A $100.00
Nikon Series E Prime 50mm F1.8 Nikon A $85.00
Minolta Prime 50mm F2 MC A $80.00
Olympus Prime 50mm F1.8 OM C $70.00
Canon Prime 50mm F1.8 FD A $55.00
Minolta Prime 50mm F1.7 MC A $50.00
Nikkor-H Prime 50mm F2 Nikon A $50.00
Rokinon Prime 28mm F2.8 MC A $50.00
Vivtar Zoom 80mm-200mm F4.5 Kmount A $50.00
Sigma Zoom 70mm-210mm F4.5 Kmount A $50.00
Sears Prime 50mm F1.7 Kmount A $20.00
Focal Zoom 80mm-200mm F3.5 FD A $20.00
Rokinon Zoom 35mm-105mm F3.5-F4.5 FD A $20.00
Vivtar Zoom 85mm-205mm F3.8 M42 A $20.00
Prospec Zoom 70mm-210mm F4.0-F5.6 Kmount A $20.00
Kalimar Zoom 80mm-200mm F4.5-F5.6 MC A $20.00

How our ratings work

1/5: This lens suitable for very few applications and comes with serious defects.

2/5: This lens comes with noticeable limitations like very soft corners, very high CA and I would only recommend it for very specific purposes.

3/5: This is a good lens that is capable of producing very good results but you should expect some trade-off like low contrast and bad corners at the widest aperture and noticeably less sharp corners.

4/5: This is an excellent lens with very few deficiencies, it ill be very sharp from corner to corner, have good (but not perfect) CA correction and nice or even excellent bokeh.

5/5: A truly extraordinary lens: it must show exceptional sharpness even wide open, chromatic aberrations of every kind must be reduced to a very low level, bokeh must be very good and mechanically it must be without fault as well. There are very few lenses that could earn this rating, think of a Zeiss Otus

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