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Re: [OM] The time is here to let it go . . .

Subject: Re: [OM] The time is here to let it go . . .
From: Mark Kronquist <mak@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 8 Dec 2021 18:06:22 -0800
Cc: Bill Barber <nsurit@xxxxxxx>
how much for all asked Mark in Oregon OM3 90 macro in hand tight now 

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> On Dec 8, 2021, at 6:01 PM, Bill Barber via olympus 
> <olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> As a long time user and collector of things OM, the time has come for me to 
> let go of much of what I have and send it to live with others with similar 
> interest. We all get to this point at some point in our life. Fortunately I 
> realize it now and my treasures may escape an estate sell, Goodwill or the 
> dump. This may sound like I am on my death bed and I am not. The back story 
> is that I am 77 years old, have Parkinson's Disease and a couple of other 
> maladies as the result of daily exposure to Agent Orange in Vietnam. No tears 
> please. I came home relatively unscathed.  My life  has been a good one and 
> my intention is for it to remain so. Image stabilization has become more 
> important in my photographic pursuits.
> At this point I would like to give you an idea of what I have available 
> rather than sending a huge list that would be constantly changing and would 
> be a moving target for both of us. If you need something, let me know and 
> I'll sent pictures and pricing if I have it.  As always I will price things 
> in a way that is fair to both parties and offer a "Money Cheerfully Refunded" 
> if Item not as described guarantee. Please don't see this as a fire sale, but 
> rather as an opportunity to add something to your kit that you want at a fair 
> price.
> I have 30 +/- Olympus bodies. All the black single digit ones.  Many of the 
> f2 lenses including the 20mm macro, 21mm, 24mm, 28mm, 35mm, 50mm, 90mm and 
> 100mm. Don't have the 40mm anymore. Will probably go the eBay route on the 
> 21mm as the price on that one is insane. Most of the macros. 16mm, 18mm and 
> some of the more common lenses. All the 50mm including the f1.2.  Associated 
> macro accessories, tubes, bellows, cable releases, stands, etc. All or most, 
> lenses have their OEM front and rear caps and dedicated Olympus lens hoods.
> Have a number of the Tamron SP Adaptall lenses, including the 17mm (beater 
> with clean glass) 24-48mm zoom, 90mm f2.5 (52B), 500mm f8 mirror, f180mm 
> f2.5, 300mm f2.8 and 400mm f4. 
> Flashes, cables, hot shoes, connectors, various caps (body, lens)
> Cases
> Focusing screens, including 2s, custom rule of 3rds scribed and Beattie 
> intense screen.
> Quick release plates.
> Books, dealer sales manual (this will be one of last things to go) , 
> instruction manuals and Olympus lens book. 
> Olympus e
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