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Valkir1987 Posted - Mar 19 2016 : 12:48:42 PM
Taken on Kodak T-max 100 with a Fed 1f camera. One of the cemented element is beginning to separate, a little bit of haze despite the cleaning. If there is someone who can recement these tiny elements I would be gratefull.

Despite the aging condition, the lens is performing excellent. No noticable distorsion and excellent sharpness!

Whe have a lovely churchyard around here, but the streets around it are very narrow. The 28mm works fine out there.

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s.smith Posted - Apr 23 2016 : 01:24:49 AM
wow, very powerful image. The b&w works well.
Jacques M. Posted - Mar 20 2016 : 04:25:51 AM

It's the first time I see photos taken with that lens!
Thanks, Milo.
I have to try mine, but I fear it won't be as good as yours...

Amitiés. Jacques.

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