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    Quote Originally Posted by GregT.
    You might find reviewing this diagram useful before jumping in...granted its for a 50mm f:/1.4 but should give you at least an idea of what to expect:
    http://rick_oleson.tripod.com/index-161.html

    Good luck.

    EDIT: The drawing is from Rick Oleson's Tech Notes Page at http://rick_oleson.tripod.com/index-27.html

    Greg, those links are a gold mine. Don't know why I didn't find them, I've found free pdfs of service manuals for T90, etc. but none for lenses. Thanks again. Tom in Seattle

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    WARNING: Be prepared to create your very own paper weight!!!!!

    Been there,done that, and more than once.

    Good Luck,
    Mike

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    Tom,

    I'm guessing you're already familiar with Christian Rollinger's Canon FD Documentation Project. If not, click on "enter" at the bottom of the page at http://canonfd.com/.

    Greg in Gig Harbor

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregT.
    Tom,

    I'm guessing you're already familiar with Christian Rollinger's Canon FD Documentation Project. If not, click on "enter" at the bottom of the page at http://canonfd.com/.

    Greg in Gig Harbor

    Yes. Greg, are you documenting the construction of the new Narrows Bridge? Dynamic changes when I go down there a couple times a year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomWB
    ...are you documenting the construction of the new Narrows Bridge?...
    Yes, in 4X5; how far my project goes remains to be seen. Several pixelographers appear to have the same goal in mind.

    Greg

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