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This is a 1.22x multiplier for Navitar 35mm slide projection lenses. It fits between the focus tube and the rear element, turning a 7" lens into 8.54", 9" to 10.98", etc. VG condition.
This is a 1.16x multiplier for Navitar 35mm slide projection lenses. It fits between the focus tube and the rear element, turning a 7" lens into 8.12", 9" to 10.44", etc. This piece has a small crack in the rear element.
These are 1.16x multipliers for Navitar 35mm slide projection lenses. They fit between the focus tube and the rear element, turning a 7" lens into 8.12", 9" to 10.44", etc. All in VVG condition.
Navitar series fits all standard Kodak Ektagraphic 35mm Slide Projectors. An Excellent quality lens for long throw applications.
A High quality 35 Slide projection lens. Solid construction, much better optically than most standard Zooms, an inexpensive alternative to the Navitar and Buhl products.
A nicely constructed metal lens by Elmo, made in Japan. This 2.7" to 4.7" Zoom is in Good condition, with some small blemishes around the edge of the focus ring.
Precision fixed focal length lens from Navitar. An excellent lens for long throw applications. Good condition, with stains on one lens housing. Optics are VG. Price is per lens.
This is a later version of the Kodak 4-6" Zoom with a modified barrel, NIB, VVVG condition.
Kodak Catalog # 143 3432
Identical to the other lenses but this one has a crack in the rear of the barrel. No damage to the Zoom function. Be advised, the crack makes getting into the projector a tight fit.
Standard Ektagraphic lenses for 35mm slide projectors, 4" to 6" (100-150mm) Zoom. VG condition.
Kodak Ektanon lens for 35mm slide projectors, 7" focal length. Most are VVG condition. And They're Lumenized for your confusion!! Catalog #154 8460.
This is an adaptor that allows the projection of a strip of 35mm film using a standard Kodak Carousel Projector. Catalog # 109 4291.