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Nikon 200mm f/4

Metal bodied lens with full glass elements. Manual lens for older manual cameras from F series. Has rabbit prong aperture coupling for older Nikkormat cameras.

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Mamiya Macro M140mm f/4.5 ML-A

Manufacturer's Description: "The Macro M140mm lens is a gauss-type lens. Through the adoption of a floating -element mechanism, and maximum correction of various aberrations, clear high resolving power has been enabled from the centre of the picture to the periphery. Naturally, shooting from a close distance up to infinity is possible and users can enjoy taking realistic portrayals withimage ratios up to 1:1 through the use of extension tubes."

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Minolta AF 17-35mm f/3.5 G

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Canon EF 600mm f/4.0 L IS USM

Manufacturer's Description: "This lens is ideal for sports and wildlife photography. The newly designed optical system has one fluorite element and two UD-glass elements to obtain high resolution and high contrast. Also, the minimum focusing distance was reduced to 5.5 m. Extender EF 2x can be attached to increase the focal length to 1200mm while retaining AF (with the EOS-3)."

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Nikon 300mm f/2.8 ED-IF

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Mamiya Z150mm f/3.5W

Manufacturer's Description: "The 150mm displays high image quality and natural colouring throughout the whole picture even after opening up the aperture due to an increase in the amount of peripheral light."

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Minolta V 22-80mm f/4-5.6

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Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 9-18mm f/4.0-5.6

Manufacturer's Description: "This affordable complement to the Zuiko Digital ED 18-180mm 1:3.5-6.3 (36-360mm)* enables stunningly original perspectives with an extra-wide field of view. And at just 280g, it weighs in at significantly less than those of the competition. The Four Thirds-based Zuiko Digital ED 9-18mm 1:4.0-5.6 (18-36mm)* extreme wide angle lens will go on sale from September 2008 in Olympus' standard range of lenses"

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Canon EF 1200mm f/5.6 L USM

Manufacturer's Description: "The world's largest interchangeable SLR AF lens, in terms of both focal length and maximum aperture. Two large fluorite elements eliminate secondary spectrum, resulting in extremely sharp, high-quality images. With Extender EF 1.4x or 2x. a whopping focal length of 1700mm f/8 or 2400mm f/11 can be obtained respectively."

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Canon FD 100-300mm f/5.6

Manufacturer's Description: "This is an affordable high magnification zoom lens covering the continuous range of focal lengths between 100mm and 300mm which are frequently used among telephoto lenses. By using a new aberration compensation method, well-balanced compensation is performed on various aberrations including astigmatism, coma aberration and chromatic aberration, providing excellent image quality at all focal lengths from maximum aperture, while also being made compact to a telephoto ratio of 0.81. Moreover, while having a high zoom ratio of 3x, the lens adopts a 1 focusing ring system in which zooming and distance adjustments are performed using a single ring, offering excellent operability."

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Mamiya Z180mm f/4.5W-N

Manufacturer's Description: "The 180mm is a Tessar type, which displays high image quality and natural colouring throughout the whole picture even after opening up the aperture due to an increase in the amount of peripheral light."

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Minolta AF 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5

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Canon EF 17-35mm f/2.8 L USM

Manufacturer's Description: "A large aperture, super wide angle zoom lens with the wide-angle focal length of 17mm. The optical system has two aspherical elements, including the first lens element which is a ground and polished aspherical glass lens element, thoroughly eliminating the distortion that is normally a problem with wide angle zoom lens. This lens delivers sharp and crisp performance throughout the entire zoom range. Its ring USM (Ultrasonic Motor) drive and inner focusing contribute to silent and fast AF, full-time manual focusing and superb picture quality in close-range photography. Since the front lens element does not rotate during focusing, use of circular polarizing filter is facilitated. The drop-in gelatin filter holder at the rear can hold three filters. A large, dedicated, petal-shaped lens hood offers superior light shading."

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Canon FD 28-85mm f/4

Manufacturer's Description: "This lens adopts a 3-group zoom optical system that fixes part of the optical system, achieving a compact body without losing optical performance. It also implements Canon's own movable flare stopper that cuts out unnecessary incident light that reduces image quality by linking with the lens optical system when zooming in order to provide a clearer image. It also has a zoom ratio of 3x from the wide angle of 28mm to the medium telephoto 85mm, and a full macro capabilities able to shoot as close as 0.5m from the film plane at all focal lengths."

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Mamiya Soft M180mm f/4 D/L

Manufacturer's Description: "The M180mm Variable Soft Focus (VSF) lens presents the most desirable focal length for the portrait photographer. It is supplied with three different diffusion discs which are inserted into the lens barrel. The overall level of softness (or sharpness) is controlled by the diaphragm opening, choice of disc, and whether or not the disc is used at all. It can produce images of a certain ethercal beauty which cannot be delivered by any other means, hides blemishes and saves retouching costs. When stopped down to f/8 or smaller apertures, it produces sharp images like a normal lens."

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Minolta AF 24-50mm f/4

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Olympus 16mm f/3.5 Fisheye

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Canon FD 20-35mm f/3.5 L

Manufacturer's Description: "This is an upgrade of the FD24-35mm f/3.5L (released in February 1978), which was a popular high-end zoom lens. Through the effective use of aspherical optical systems, an ultra-wide angle of 20mm has been achieved while maintaining image quality equivalent to a single lens. By making the surface of the first lens element aspherical, the various aberrations such as distortion occurring with a wider angle of the zoom lens can be corrected. Furthermore, the use of a movable flare stopper for cutting unnecessary incident light flux that reduces image quality by linking with the movement of the optical system and a floating mechanism for reducing aberration resulting from shooting distance provide uniform brightness, high contrast and a high degree of expression."

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Mamiya Z250mm f/4.5W

Manufacturer's Description: "The 250mm lens can achieve high image quality and natural colouring through the suppression of chromatic aberration and increase in the amount of peripheral light."

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Minolta AF 28-80mm f/4-5.6

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