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I have some questions regarding focussing the Iscorama - mine isn't labelled Iscorama .36 - but it looks the same - and with a Nikon 50mm f/2.8 lens attached. So I take that they handle/act the same. I haven't had time to use mine yet, so I just want to clear up some things before I send it for re-housing - and waste my money.


1. As I understand it - the beauty of the Iscorama - is that you don't have to focus two parts. The taking lens and the Iscorama adapter. Just the Iscorama front.


2. I can ditch the old attached original Nikkor 50mm taking lens, and swap it with a lot of other lenses, as long as i dont go below 50mm on full frame (because of vignetting) - and as long I dont opt for lenses with to large front ends - which also can lead to some vignetting?


3. I'm getting my re-housed, and I take it, that this doesn't change a thing regarding the first two questions? It will function completly the same .

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