Lovely Koboran FD 24-70mm 3.5-4.8 MC Macro Zoom Lens. A great collectors item or for those who just want an all round lens. - RewindCameras quality vintage cameras, fully tested and serviced
Lovely Koboran FD 24-70mm 3.5-4.8 MC Macro Zoom Lens. A great collectors item or for those who just want an all round lens. - RewindCameras quality vintage cameras, fully tested and serviced
Lovely Koboran FD 24-70mm 3.5-4.8 MC Macro Zoom Lens. A great collectors item or for those who just want an all round lens. - RewindCameras quality vintage cameras, fully tested and serviced
Lovely Koboran FD 24-70mm 3.5-4.8 MC Macro Zoom Lens. A great collectors item or for those who just want an all round lens. - RewindCameras quality vintage cameras, fully tested and serviced
Lovely Koboran FD 24-70mm 3.5-4.8 MC Macro Zoom Lens. A great collectors item or for those who just want an all round lens. - RewindCameras quality vintage cameras, fully tested and serviced
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Lovely Koboran FD 24-70mm 3.5-4.8 MC Macro Zoom Lens. A great collectors item or for those who just want an all round lens.

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Nice condition, cleaned and tested. Why not add a UV filter to protect the lens? Only £7.50! Pair it with any A-series camera or add an adapter for digital conversion.

Kobori Manufacturing Company, Ltd. is a Japanese lens manufacturer. The company was founded on 1 April, 1925 to manufacture watch components. They expanded into aeronautical instruments for the military and later began to focus on optical equipment and camera lenses. The company reorganized as a corporation on 15 December, 1953.[1] At a later date, Kobori became a subsidiary of Marukei Sangyo Co., Ltd.[2].

Most of the lenses are made for rebranding by other companies. Well-known company brands that have appeared on Kobori lenses include Minolta, Sony, Nikon, and Vivitar. In 1986, Kobori was one of four companies to obtain a license to manufacture Maxxum lenses for Minolta (the other companies were Cosina, Tamron, and Tokina)[3] The company also sells lenses under its own brand name Koboron

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