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SLRs - the unRF For those of you who must talk about SLRs, if only to confirm they are not RF.

 
 
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Old 02-09-2019   #11
CMur12
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I got my 85mm 1.7 MD new, in 1983, so I have the dedicated hood that came with it. I had wanted an 85 for awhile and it has been my favorite lens the whole time I've had it. I think it was discontinued soon after that, replaced by the much more compact 85mm 2.0.

Though it doesn't carry the designation in the name, it is a PF lens (5 groups/6 elements), probably the same as previous versions.

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