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Kenko 2x MX Macro Teleplus MC7

Kenko 2x MX Macro Teleplus MC7

Regular price $23.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $23.00 USD
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Used item, no tax.
Passed: Tested & inspected by hand, special machinery not required. Found to be working correctly. Any flaws present will be noted and will not affect typical use.
There is a dent in the bayonet and a few hairs stuck on the inner surfaces of the lenses which won't affect use or image quality. Otherwise in good working and cosmetic condition.

Details: Kenko 2x MX Macro Teleplus MC7

Macro teleconverter made by Kenko with external focus ring made for Minolta MD mount lenses and SLR cameras. Allows for 1:1 macro. Metal body available in black.

  • Size: 45 x 68mm
  • Weight: 300g

6 Month Warranty

We are confident in our team's world-leading knowledge on checking, restoring and repairing. For your peace of mind, this item includes a 6-month Kamerastore warranty. We'll repair, replace, or refund your item if any issues arise. Warranty Terms & Conditions.

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Kenko 2x MX Macro Teleplus MC7

Also includes: front cap, rear cap

Minolta MD (SR Mount) System

Minolta introduced their manual focus lens mount in 1958 with the SR-2. The mount would be called a few things over its 40 year production run, including SR and ”Minolta Mount” but is now generally known as Minolta MD. There were four versions of the SR/MD lenses over the years, but all retained basic compatibility with each other. This gave Minolta MD bodies a huge library of lenses to choose from without worrying about the compatibility issues that plague some Nikon and Pentax cameras. Minolta lenses were some of the first to feature multiple coatings and benefited from Minolta producing and shaping their own optical glass, which was uncommon at the time.

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