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Discussion in 'Adapted Lenses' started by ahuyevshi, Feb 12, 2010.
EDIT**** the lens is Yummy not the piggy..... ISO 100 F/5.6
hmmmm, I'm speechless.....
Ha... someone else pointed that out too... I meant the lens not the piggy..
Well, my cat agrees with you....Yummy
Lol... My dog does too kinda...
LOL! That's a dog thinking "I'm gonna GO for this rodent! Screw the time-out I'll get afterwards."
I still love this lens...
is there any chance you could post a shot of this lens mounted to your E-P2? I'd like to see how it looks... also, how much do these go for typically?
Are these shots taken with wide open aperture? they look pretty sharp at this size, very promising bokeh!
Brian - if you do want to buy any MF Nikors - remember that the NAI, (NOT AI), lenses, (as opposed to AI or AIS), are just as good on M4/3, and they are usual a lot cheaper as they will not mount on the Nikon DSLRs - effectively "older, but just as good, or better?)
The 35mm f2 is a really well built lens - a joy to (be) hold
Brian, Sorry had to go find my Dlux, most of my kit is at my parents while I finish moving... They were at 2.8
It really is a solid lens.. I was bidding on a bunch trying to stay under 100. I got this one for 87 Shipped.. Already had the adapter... I actually liberated a chinon 28 2.8 from my dad today.. Assuming it's a pentax mount because he only had old pentax slrs.. Looking for an adapter now... 56 would be pretty close for my perfect focal length... I love the 20mm 1.7 but 40 is slightly short.. The 35 is still a little long.. and unfortunately my favorite 50 (zeiss planar 1.4) turns into a 100mm which is way too long.
Sorry folks - I misread Canon for Nikon
Being a Nikon devotee, I am Canon blind when it comes to everything SLR, (although I still have my A1 etc.)
that looks a nice match, and in great condition too!
I might just jump on this...
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