Sure do ... these are from our recent trip in the western US!Nice! I am looking at this lens, as well as the 8mm version which is about the same price. Do you have any other pictures with this lens?
Hmm, less than $300.....Lens prices have skyrocketed, and to make it worse, suppliers threaten to cut off any retailer who cuts us a break on list price. It's time to get pool our knowledge and create a catalog of affordable (as in dirt cheap) lenses.
If you personally own a lens that cost you less than $300 when you bought it, used or new, tell us where and when you acquired it, and show some samples of its renderings. I'll maintain a list of lenses that have been submitted. Please consult it, and no repeats please.
Yes I fully agree. I have 2 of them, one really beaten up one was 200 USD and because I was scared it my get too much fungus, be dropped etc I bought another one for 180 plus shipping from Japan. I still use the first one.Well, my 55/1.2 (2nd gen via S/N, aperture ring is unscrewable to remove vs drop-in that later got AI treatment) from 1967. Used off ebay for $260 shipped. Had to cut the AI ridge out myself, took a little extra off, but works absolutely perfectly!
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And next to my '66 50/2 and 45P
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Weight is perhaps the best part since its more than D5100 without a lens.
Great picture Annette.Yes I fully agree. I have 2 of them, one really beaten up one was 200 USD and because I was scared it my get too much fungus, be dropped etc I bought another one for 180 plus shipping from Japan. I still use the first one.
Also love the 28 f2 Nikkor H (129 USD)
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