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35mm Konica autoplex T3

I would like to know the models for: Macro lens plus zoom lens, filters
And 2x
Thanks,
Bob

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Hopefully this has fixed your problem, if so please return the favour by rating my answer. If it hasn't then add a comment and I'll try to assist you further.

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