Canon FL 1200mm F11.0

Discussion in 'Canon' started by M.J., Sep 25, 2004.

  1. M.J.

    M.J. Guest

    I'm trying to figure out how much can cost this lens? I have found no
    reference on WEB.

    Thanks in advance.
    M.J., Sep 25, 2004
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  2. M.J.

    Mark M Guest

    I don't know, but the EF 5.6 version costs over $100,000 US!
    Mark M, Sep 25, 2004
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  3. I thought it was $10,000. Shows what I know.
    Brian C. Baird, Sep 25, 2004
  4. Ray Creveling, Sep 25, 2004
  5. M.J.

    Alan Browne Guest

    Search on Google, "Canon 1200mm f/11 price" and you'll find it quickly enough.
    Alan Browne, Sep 25, 2004
  6. M.J.

    Alan Browne Guest

    Closer to $115K these days.
    Alan Browne, Sep 25, 2004
  7. I'd rather buy a house.
    Brian C. Baird, Sep 26, 2004
  8. M.J.

    S Lee Guest

    Brian C. Baird choreographed a chorus line of high-kicking electrons to
    spell out:
    Squeeze into the box ;)
    S Lee, Sep 26, 2004
  9. M.J.

    Mark M Guest

    Here in California that wouldn't even buy you a shack...
    Mark M, Sep 26, 2004
  10. That's why I don't live in California. That and Arnold.
    Brian C. Baird, Sep 26, 2004
  11. M.J.

    Mark M Guest

    Even Democrats love Arnold out here!
    Mark M, Sep 26, 2004
  12. M.J.

    Mark M Guest

    The good side to housing out here is...
    Once you own something, after a couple years, you can afford to buy a house
    outright just about anywhere else if you move.

    We've made more in increased value on our home in the last three years than
    our combined salaries from those same three years. -It's ridiculous, but
    Mark M, Sep 26, 2004
  13. M.J.

    M.J. Guest

    This is what I tried to do - unfortunately could not find anything,
    including eBay...
    M.J., Sep 26, 2004
  14. You can take pictures with a house?
    William Graham, Sep 27, 2004
  15. Yes....In 1980 I bought a house in Menlo Park, California for $115 thousand.
    In 1996 I sold it for $360 thousand. I moved to Salem, Oregon and bought a
    house twice as big, on a lot twice as big, in a much better location for
    $195 thousand, and put the balance into my retirement plan.
    William Graham, Sep 27, 2004
  16. M.J.

    Mark M Guest

    Yes you can.

    1. Cover all windows...
    2. Cut out a big hole from a large piece of cardboard that otherwise
    completely covers the window opposite the wall.
    3. Cover the hole with a paper plate.
    4. Now... Cover the wall opposite the window with photo paper.
    5. Remove the paper plate for a given amount of time...then replace.

    Process paper in huge, spa-size dveloper.

    You've got a pin-hole house-cam!
    Mark M, Sep 27, 2004
  17. M.J.

    Mark M Guest

    2 1/2 years ago, we paid $457,000 for our house.
    It just appraised for $750,000+.
    Mark M, Sep 27, 2004
  18. .....And it's convertable back into a dwelling, too.....
    William Graham, Sep 27, 2004
  19. M.J.

    Bruce Murphy Guest

    I hope you bought a nice solid umbrella, too.

    Bruce Murphy, Sep 27, 2004
  20. M.J.

    Alan Browne Guest

    That was more than a hint. In there you will find the answer at various sites.
    Alan Browne, Sep 27, 2004
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