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I picked this 35mm F2 O up yesterday from the original owner who is in his 80's. He said he probably used it 10 times before he had it AI converted along with his 55 1.2 After it was converted he remembered using it twice. He much preferred the 55 which had a fair amount of wear but the glass on it too was pristine. The 35 was in a little leather case and that is where it has sat. I already have the 35 -O and the 35 F2 AI-S and I see little difference in them. I took...Show more →
Ron, I have the 35mm 2.0 ais and your non-ai is far prettier. The 28mm 3.5 is a great find in this shape.
Jose, the 'bullet' holes in Pompei's walls are most impressive, no wonder the Roman empire grew so large.
Jeff, is that San Jacinto at the end of the desert road? with Santa Rosa on the left? Love the perspective of the 180mm on this road.
Tony and Kevin (and Curtis), Crack addicts do not worry about money, neither should we.
Chuong, great house fisheye, let the horizon be creatively tilted regardless of Leighton's built in spirit bubble level.
Ray, great D600 shots
Tony, nice Nikki Corona images
Mark, great teleferico shot, I thought it tilted but then found the horizon at the top of the tram cars.
Curtis, good work with Nikki, love the bay, my second home
John, thanks for the 400mm comparisons
Great eye Ronny
Dean, great street eye
Ray, excellent use of the 200, 4.0