Canon 50mm f/1.4 S.S.C. Manual Focus FD-Mount Prime Lens

October 25, 2020 - Comment

Canon 50mm f/1.4 S.S.C. Manual Focus FD-Mount Prime Lens We go through great pains to make sure that the optical and mechanical condition are good with our lenses.  We will not knowingly let a lens with fungus, oil, haze or mechanical issues be sold.  Your satisfaction is paramount to us.  In the unlikely event that

Canon 50mm f/1.4 S.S.C. Manual Focus FD-Mount Prime Lens We go through great pains to make sure that the optical and mechanical condition are good with our lenses.  We will not knowingly let a lens with fungus, oil, haze or mechanical issues be sold.  Your satisfaction is paramount to us.  In the unlikely event that a lens is defective because of something we missed, we will make you whole in addition to giving you a discount on your next purchase. Lens compatibility can be very tricky; especially for those who are new to photography.  This is particularly so if you are trying to use an older lens on a newer digital camera or trying to use it with an adapter.   If unsure, please just ask and we will do our best to confirm in a timely fashion.  In the unfortunate event you did not consult us and the lens is not compatible with your adapter or camera, you will be responsible for paying return shipping plus an $8 handling fee. We do our best to make sure our customers receive a fully functional and cosmetically good looking lens.  In the unlikely event something is wrong, please just contact us so we will make things right for you. Attached images are representative of the make and model but not necessary of the condition of the lens you are buying.  Manufacturers often made multiple versions of the same lens.  We group lenses from the same manufacturer with the same focal lens and aperture information together under the same listing.  If you are looking for a specific version, please inquire first before making a purchase.  Unless we specifically confirmed, we always just ship the next available inventory.  In general, we classify our inventory into GOOD and VERY GOOD condition.  Mechanically, they all work the same so the difference is purely cosmetic.  If you care a lot about the item condition, we suggest you look at only ones in VERY GOOD condition.  They are our best looking inventory.  Items in GOOD condition will have more wear marks but nothing excessive. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog

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