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Iscorama 36 non-MC: does it exist?


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I've searched the forum but I can't find a clear answer about this one.  

If a 36 has the "MC" written on it, obviously it's multicoated.

If it doesn't have the "MC" written on it, does that mean it's single-coated?  Or did they just make multicoated lenses without the "MC" label for a while?

Does anyone own a 36 that's definitely single-coated?

Thanks for your help!

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The 36 without MC is not MC :) It is simply the same lens like the old original Iscorama. Later they made the 36-MC

read this from Andrew Reid (he has one) in that link below:

" It isn’t the multi-coated MC version. "


source (scroll down to that page): https://www.eoshd.com/2012/04/shooting-in-london-on-the-5d-mark-iii-with-iscorama-36-1-5x-anamorphic/

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