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Exactly. I have an older version of this lens and got a modified M-Mount flange to use the SA with my M5 when I had one. The other problem with the M5 is that the hot shoe is not centered over lens axis so I got a special custom made hot shoe adapter from Don that positions the external VF over the lens axis.
This is timely and useful information especially to those who are following the M5 thread and are also interested in the 21SA.

Gabor, it's been some time since you shared photos taken with the 21SA. Really hope to see your work soon!

Lem: nice wide perspective! So many interesting elements in one frame!
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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #1202
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hey Vince, thanks for the super kind compliment !

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Thank you Vincent !

Actually, I would be happy being able to share photos taken with any of the lenses that I own... just a question of time spent on the job and on photography ...

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This is timely and useful information especially to those who are following the M5 thread and are also interested in the 21SA.

Gabor, it's been some time since you shared photos taken with the 21SA. Really hope to see your work soon!

Lem: nice wide perspective! So many interesting elements in one frame!
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I really love this lens. One of the wisest unwise decisions I've made.

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Very nice pictures. The SA is a timeless high quality lens.
Thanks lot.
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What hood options are there? All I could find are in the $200-500 range ... for a hood! Are there any cheaper third party hoods?
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What hood options are there? All I could find are in the $200-500 range ... for a hood! Are there any cheaper third party hoods?
Not that I've seen. It would need to be a 48mm screw in wide angle hood.

You need the 12501 or the 12501M (for some reason the M version is a lot more expensive). They can sometimes be found for around $100 - but it would almost cheaper to buy another lens with the hood, then sell the lens.

Unfortunately they're all black (and big) too - it would mess with your chrome kit!
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