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  1. #1 Cooke Speed Panchro Rehoused PL Mount 6 Lens Set 
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    6 Amazing Cooke Speed Panchros Rehoused by Les Bosher in the UK.

    95mm Fronts, Amazing Rear Caps, Push on Rubber Caps by Leica (also will include screw on caps for long term storage).

    GORGEOUS Late Model, Matching Lenses.

    18mm

    25mm

    32mm

    40mm

    50mm

    75mm (AMAZING - NO YELLOWING - the clearest Cooke Speed Panchro 75mm I've ever seen.

    Bonus for buying the first 6:
    100mm f2.8 Kinetal with close focus mod rehoused by VanDiemen Lenses. Will Cover 36x24 sensor.
    Basically a Macro Capable 100mm Speed Panchro with VV/FF format coverage


    prefer to sell locally in Los Angeles to someone in person. Not looking to split them up.*
    Willing to have them inspected by any LA area Lens Tech.

    Respectfully, not looking for people to waste my time, and pretty much I prefer not to ship these - fly in to LA and pick them up, it's easy!

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    mrpolaroid@gmail.com

    Thanks!

    Photos (minus 100mm)

    https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/f...1VNdDc2M1JjWmc

    Sample R3Ds - with chip chart To show how well color matched these are !

    https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/f...k1Ud3gzSkZEbDQ

    All shot wide open in the same lighting condition.

    File names are sequential to the focal length, starting at 18, going all the way up to 100mm (both of last clips are on 100mm)
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    No gears on the iris?
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    You are correct!

    No Gears on the iris.

    You could always have these completely rehoused at TLS or P+S or somewhere if you're big on motorized iris pulls - personally I'm not big on that at all, but I know some people are. - right now these are nice tiny little rehousings - basically similar in size to Zeiss Superspeeds.

    Make me an offer - these are really in splendid condition, and a good step into Speed Panchros if you don't want to spend $70k+ but need something to use right away and start earning, and then go big with a full cam sleeve rehousing later.
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    why those lenses have labels with bar code on them (they hide something?) and is it possible to go back to metric scale and how much do it cost ?
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    Hi dan,

    Lovely set here! And super lightweight.

    Looking for a single 50mm Speed panchro if you have one spare? Housed or Non-housed, either way all good.

    Thanks!
    Craig Lees
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Smith View Post
    why those lenses have labels with bar code on them (they hide something?) and is it possible to go back to metric scale and how much do it cost ?
    Barcode is for inventory in my kit. Happy to take it off for the buyer or let the buyer inspect without barcode.

    You could probably have them scaled in metric, but you could also generate a metric label for them if you wanted which would be cheaper. Either way, I’m not going to be generating a metric scale for these, buyer would have to figure that out if they wanted to.
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