Crisper pictures? A couple months ago I acquired a 1955 Argus 21 Markfinder. This was my first "Old" (pre 1960) 35mm camera I had bought. So being curious about the quality of it, I wanted to run it through my own little test against one of my other newer cameras. The main objective I had thought of was if a uncoated lens would affect the picture in contrast to a coated one. I loaded a cheap roll of CVS brand color 35 in the Argus and a roll into my Nikon FM. So, I just got both rolls developed at the same place at the same time, and the pictures from the Argus are clearly more vivid and crisper apposed to the pictures from my Nikon. I've shot my Nikon without a 1A filter on it and it still doesn't produce such crisp pictures. Why is this? I'm thinking it has to do with the amount of layers of glass from the object to the film. But, then again, I could be way off in my speculation! Any help here?