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Niko80 Posted - May 09 2013 : 7:01:07 PM
Hello!

I have a question regarding the Wiki-entry of the FED 28mm f/4.5 lens.

The excellent images in this entry depict a lens with serial #46191/37 which is not listed yet, I'd like to add it for completion but I do not know who's the owner.

As far as I've seen, the images were added by Luiz, do you also own the lens?
I tried to contact you through email but the address specified in your account doesn't seem to exist anymore.

Apart from that - I think it's a great lens which gives surprisingly good images. It has quite some vignetting (corners of images are visibly darker) but I think this is a nice effect and not really a disadvantage.
I use it a lot on my FED-S.


Regards,
Christian

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