I picked up a few pieces of old stuff, as usual. Struck a good deal for a Flectogon 35mm f2.8 in Exakta mount for $10. I had this lens in M42 mount before and it's a good performer. This lens has a quite a following. One notable features of this lens is its extremely close focusing capability. It can be used as a macro lens as it focuses as close as 0.18 meters, or 0.6 ft. Lens is in excellent condition complete with original box. I have a few lenses in Exakta mount, but don't have an adapter for the NEX. The adapters I have for EOS are not very good. None of them allow the lenses to focus to infinity.
Another goodie I picked up is the Fuji 75mm f1.8 c-mount lens for a very good price of $30. These days, anything that has a c-mount has become very expensive. Very surprised to find that there is no vignetting on the NEX-5. Even the corners are acceptable when stopped down to around f11. Sharp as a knife, and beautifully built. All metal barrel with large aperture and focusing rings, making it very easy to use. Took a few shots with it, and already like it a lot. Only complain is its relatively long minimum focusing distance.
Other bits and pieces picked up at the show includes a Vivitar 24mm f2 in Canon FD mount. Already has a Nikon mount of this lens, both are built by Komine (serial #22), as well as Kiron version in OM mount. Only reason I bought it because it's cheap and in such great condition. This reason is primarily responsible for so many lenses I have, and often with duplicates. Buy them because I think they are cheap! Other stuff I picked up are Takumar SMC 50mm f1.4, SMC-A 50mm f1.7 and an EL-Nikkor 50mm f2.8 enlarging lens -- all because they are cheap :) Buying too much cheap stuff can really bankrupt you!
Bikes -- NEX-5 & Fuji 75mm f1.8 @ f2.8 or f4. Click to enlarge.