Most Quantaray lenses were made by Sigma and some were made by Tamron and Tokina. This lens performs like a Sigma Mirror lens. It is reasonably sharp if you can hold it steady. It has the typical ringed bokeh we see from mirror lenses. Contrast is surprisingly high. While it is not a Zeiss or even a Tamron in quality, it is still far better than any of the off-brands flooding the market.
#3577673. Minor dings, dust in finder. Finicky meter.
Nikon FM (black)
#2558525. Minor wear. Light dust in finder.
#7851797. Minor desilvering in prism. Tiny stain on screen.
Topcon Unirex w/ 50mm & 35mm
Good student camera. Beautiful camera. Finder has a couple of tiny specks.
Auto exposure camera.
Minolta SRT 201
#5448003. Minor ding on back plate. Minor dust and smear in finder.
The most popular Nikon AF 35mm ever made.
Pentax Spotmatic SP (black)
#3509321. Heavy wear. Works great.
Konica Autoreflex A
#168561. Viewfinder has some light dust. Meter needs calibration.
Minolta Maxxum 3
Full Auto 35mm AF SLR
#4249636. Several dust specs in finder.
Nikon F2 w/ DP-1 Finder
Very Good User
#7245133. Working nicely. Meter is spot on. Finder is very clean. The body shows wear and a couple of dings.
Minolta SRT 101
Mamiya 500 DTL
#571711. Shutter works but can be slow @ 1 sec..
#3681439. Dust specs and significant discoloration in finder.
Nikon FTN & Nikkor-S 50mm f1.4
#7003653/385623. Prism has typical desilvering along bottom edge. This camera is professionally engraved with "HAROLD SILVERMAN". Yes, it may be his camera from the early 70's. I can't prove it though.