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Jacques M. Posted - Sep 30 2016 : 10:57:17 AM

Here is a photo made with my first couple Fed S + 2/50mm. The lens was (and is always) in a "misty" condition. And the patch of the rangefinder is invisible.

Probably I already showed it. I look for other ones, more recent.

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Jacques M. Posted - Oct 01 2016 : 12:09:33 PM

Yes, that would be possible to clean when dismounting it by the front. You have a direct access to the diaphragm. So, cleaning directly four surfaces is possible. Perhaps it would be enough for you? Probably not for me: I think that the cemented surfaces are affected.

I have not tried anything on this particular 2/50cm. I have other ones which are in a good condition. This Fed S and its lens were my first purchases in Feds, 15 years ago...

Amitiés. Jacques.
Valkir1987 Posted - Oct 01 2016 : 10:01:31 AM
The lens was (and is always) in a "misty" condition.

Would a proper clean help to get the lens back into clear condition? Mine had some dirt and oil on the glass near the aperture.
Alfa2 Posted - Sep 30 2016 : 1:56:50 PM
Great photos. Second one is especially interesting with these street lamps. Optics produced today works complitely different way.
Jacques M. Posted - Sep 30 2016 : 11:28:50 AM
Another one, always with Fed S and 2/50mm, but a better couple, that time. Perfect lens and very good body. Aperture between f2/f4, I think.


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