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    Quote Originally Posted by Bighead
    Meaning what? You need to take care when swapping them out??...
    I have one of these. A rear lens cap is pretty important. A case almost as much so. You need to protect the rear of any lens, but, you can clean rear glass if it gets dusty. Not so easy with rear shutter blades. A rear cap and case will keep it clean.

    cheers y'all

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    Got a 135, black shutter for $113, shiiped off of ebay.........!!!!!!!

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    When I was shooting C series TLR's, the 135 was my favorite portrait lens.
    Bob Fowler
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    Some people are like Slinkies. They're really good for nothing, but they still bring a smile to your face when you push them down a flight of stairs.

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    I have the 135mm and 180mm lenses and have used them for about twenty years, I'm very keen on portraiture and if I could only have one it would be the 135mm I love it, it produces such a natural perspective of the human features, whereas the 180mm is very good for tight head shots or outdoors,but longer lenses do tend to flatten perspective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewH
    I had the 180 Super and loved it.
    As said above. I used the Super 180 in a portrait session and the results were OUTSTANDING (not because of me, of course. It was the lens...)
    I know a chap who does excellent portraits. The chap is a camera.
    (Tristan Tzara, 1922)

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