Last Of The New Seekers (For Sale)

Thank you all for your responses to my previous post about the kit and film I’m selling – in a day most of it has been snapped up (and at least one parcel has already arrived at its new home!)

I still have left the Ricoh R1 film compact, the compact Samsung GX-1S DSLR (a clone of the Pentax *ist DS2), the “plastic fantastic” SMC Pentax-DA 35/2.4 lens (an excellent combo with the Samsung – I’d happily sell together at a discount), a bunch of my favourite film, and alas no longer available FujiFilm Superia 100, and I have just added, somewhat reluctantly, my beautiful little Takumar 105/2.8, which is an absolute gem but is sadly underused by me these days.


Click on the For Sale link top right or via clicking here, then drop me a line via the contact form on the For Sale page.

Thanks for looking, normal blog posts will resume on 35hunter very shortly.

6 thoughts on “Last Of The New Seekers (For Sale)”

  1. Dan, thank you, thank you, thank you for another color photo so soon after the other ones. You have such a gift of doing color photography as well as black and white. You hone in on minimalism with your focus on color. I love it so much. It inspires me to try it myself as a change from my excessive focus on color xoxo susanJOY

    1. No worries Susan, I do look back at photos like this (taken probably around May of last year) and am reminded of how lovely colour can be! I certainly appreciate it in the flesh still (our red rose in the garden has been amazing this year), I’m just so often moved to make a picture of it.

    1. Aside from that on the For Sale page I’m almost done.

      I have an old (late 50s) Auto Tak 55mm that I don’t really need as I have a Super 55/1.8, but it is distinctive in its ten aperture blades, and performs very well.

      Also a Jupiter-37A which is a stunning lens but I can’t see my using something that long very often now, as I rarely shot longer lenses on film anyway, and my digital option for M42 is the Lumix with 2x crop factor. 270mm equivalent field of view is very long for my usual needs!

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