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Lens Tamron 300 mm f/ 5.6 Adapt-A-Matic


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teredactle :: 19.11.2014 00:23:35


lvl. 1 (Lens-Learner)

Lens Tamron 300 mm f/ 5.6 Adapt-A-Matic
Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: Tamron Adapt-A-Matic

First year of production: 1972

Last year of production: 1973

Optical scheme: 4 elements in 2 groups


Specifications:

Focal lengthMax. apertureMin. apertureBladesMin. Focus (m.)Filter Ø (mm.)Weight (gr.)Height (mm.)
300mmf/5.6f/2292.562795203

 

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teredactle :: 19.11.2014 00:25:58


lvl. 1 (Lens-Learner)

Hi all,

I picked up one of these used lenses from a pawn shop and noticed that the barrel is very loose. I think the correct terminology is "creep"; but it's so bad that I would not be able to take a picture in any way except horizontal.

Is there any chance that this could be tightened to prevent the creep when it's not horizontal?

Also, I noticed that that even though it came with M42 mounth, this is actually and adapter (from what I've read these lenses can basically be put on many camera mounts); is there any documentation on how this adapter should be mounted on the lens properly to keep the right distance for my camera?

Thanks in advance!!


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