Wanted: K10D and kit lens


mdc

Link Posted 01/10/2011 - 14:17
So the girlfriend has finally taken my advice to ditch her Nikon D3100, and is after a K10D to replace it.

Anyone with anything that fits the bill?

She's also after a Macro lens, although as a poor student she may not be in a position to buy one on top of the K10D just yet, so an idea of price would be good

sorted78

Link Posted 01/10/2011 - 21:31
I have a Samsung GX10 with a low shutter count (~1400) if that's of any interest. It's a badge engineered version of the K10D and comes with the kit lens and a spare battery. I'd be looking in for something in the ballpark of 200 delivered.

I've also been having a clear out of my lens collection and have a selection of manual focus macro lenses including the following if they're of any interest:

Tamron Adaptall SP 90mm f/2.5
Vivitar (Komine) 90mm f/2.8
SMC macro Takumar 100mm f/4
SMC macro Takumar 50mm f/4 (slight blooming to coating on rear element, so would be priced accordingly)
A Schacht Ulm M-travenar 50/2.8 (cleaning damage to front coating; still gives excellent results but would, again, be priced accordingly)

Let me know if any of the above are of interest and I can post some pictures of/from them.

mdc

Link Posted 01/10/2011 - 22:01
Well she won a K10D on eBay earlier for the rather incredible sum of 191, so is now officially out of the market for one.

I, however, do need to upgrade from my K100D, so I MAY be interested in the GX-10, although I'm ideally after a K20D as I use a lot of older lenses so the non-crippled KAF2 mount is preferable. If nothing comes up in the way of K20Ds, I'll give you a shout about the GX

So based on that, anyone got a K20D?

EDIT: Could a mod edit the title of the original post to reflect the change in interest? Thanks!
Last Edited by mdc on 01/10/2011 - 22:05

Graham

Link Posted 01/10/2011 - 22:53
I have a very nice K10D Grand Prix for sale.
Porof readnig a speliacity

Tyr

Link Posted 02/10/2011 - 09:37
All the K and ist series DSLRs have the crippled KAF2 without aperture coupler.
Regards,
Dan

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