Oliver Daniel Posted November 14, 2014 Author Share Posted November 14, 2014 The nikon is not a vintage lens, it's as ugly as the rest of modern zoom lenses in that range but with bad corners in fullframe. I failed to point this out in my last post, which is why I asked. I do personally find most modern zoom lenses to be far too sterile, brittle and rather electronic. So wondered what was special about it? I actually only own one vintage zoom, Canon FD 35-105mm. (others I have are never used push pull). This lens is very useful, got it for Â£50. My goal is to build up set of various vintage primes and zooms, then mod the set I prefer. Also keeping sets for special stuff such as crazy flares and weird bokeh. I'm attracted to the Rokinon/Samyang Cine DS line because of the declicked/filters threads/gears... but having never used them, have no idea if they have the personality I crave from lenses. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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