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Nikon 135mm f/2

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Mamiya M65 f/4L-A

Manufacturer's Description: "The M65mm employs a floating-element design and ultra-low dispersion glass to optimise colour correction, eliminating ghost images and fully corrects optical distortion."

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Minolta AF 17-35mm f/2.8-4 (D)

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Nikon AF-S 80-200mm f/2.8 IF-ED

High performance telephoto zoom lens with Silent Wave Motor (SWM).

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Nikon 135 f/2.8

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Mamiya Shift Z75mm f/4.5W

Manufacturer's Description: "The shift 75mm lens provides versatile perspective control to the photographer to correct converging parallel elements within the image, or, conversely to exaggerate perspective shifts to achieve special effects. It offers a maximum 20mm shift in either vertical or horizontal orientation, 17mm at angulat orientation, and can be rotated through 360 degrees in 10-degree stops."

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Minolta AF DT 18-70mm f/3.5-5.6 (D)

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Bronica Zenzanon-PE Variogon 125-250mm f/5.6

A telephoto zoom lens with a constant maximum aperture of f/5.6.

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Nikon 180mm f/2.8

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Mamiya Z90mm f/3.5W

Manufacturer's Description: "The 90mm is a retrofocus design providing excellent, even contrast all the way to the pehiphery of the frame as well as high resolution."

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Minolta AF DT 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 (D)

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Canon EF 500mm f/4.5 L USM

Manufacturer's Description: "A light weight and compact super telephoto lens suitable for hand-held shooting. This is a popular super telephoto lens among sports photographers. By restricting the maximum aperture to f/4.5, a motor-driven 500mm lens weighing only 3kg is realized. High picture quality from maximum aperture is realized by an optical system incorporating artificial crystal fluorite and UD (Ultra-low Dispersion) glass lens elements(2nd & 4th), which eliminate chromatic aberrations. High-speed and silent AF with full-time manual focusing, focus-preset mechanism and power manual focusing sensitivity control, are ensured by a ring USM(Ultrasonic Motor) and inner focusing system. Extenders EF1.4X and EF2X are compatible with this lens with manual focusing."

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Nikon 200 f/2

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Mamiya Z110mm f/2.8W

Manufacturer's Description: "The 110mm is a Gauss design to offer extra brightness at a maximum aperture of f/2.8, full correction of optical distortion and fine resolution."

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Minolta AF 20-35mm f/3.5-4.5

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Olympus ZUIKO DIGITAL 25mm f/2.8

Manufacturer's Description: "At only 23.5mm long and weighing 95g, the remarkably thin and lightweight Zuiko Digital 25mm 1:2.8 lens from Olympus is ideal for the mobile D-SLR photographer. When mounted to the Olympus E-410 or newly-announced E-420, the total length of camera body and lens is a meagre 76.5mm - making it both exceptionally portable and easy to store"

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Canon EF 600mm f/4 L 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 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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