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    With the ID marking on the outside, the 4-row grip, and the tiny lens hood... 35mm, f/1.4
    Also note that he has a protective filter with that "wide-angle" hood.

    Cool hat... did anyone guess that yet?

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    Help Identify This Nikon Lens

    The camera looks to be a titanium finish, rather than chrome. Was there an FM2/T ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    Could be. I think he'd use a different hood though and that second photo would be quite the close up, can the 85 focus that close?
    Just looked it up, 0.85 meters or about 2' 9" or so. He's at the close limit for sure if that's the 85. I still vote 35/1.4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Muir View Post
    The camera looks to be a titanium finish, rather than chrome. Was there an FM2/T ?
    Yes: http://mir.com.my/rb/photography/har...fm2t/index.htm
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    I'd say it's the 35mm/2 AIS. The place looks a lot like a fish market in Thailand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mablo View Post
    I'd say it's the 35mm/2 AIS. The place looks a lot like a fish market in Thailand.
    Download and enlarge photo 2: does that not look like 1.4 on the barrel to you?
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    This is fun but I'm wondering why the OP didn't just ask the guy.

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    Bing! Bonus Round!

    So, is he shooting at f/1.4, where it's Coma City or f/5.6, where it's Wetzlar, ja, Wetzlar, or F/11, where it's Soligoroid?

    The hat looks like something one of my son's friends would buy at Urban Outfitters. (Now, If you want a hat get thee to O'Farrell's, in Santa Fe, and get one besoke.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by swchris View Post
    I'd say it's a FM2.
    You're right: I mistaken the ASA label for the Auto setting.
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    The lens is a 35mm F1.4 Nikkor with a Nikon HN-1 hood (a Nikon HN-3 is Nikon's designated hood for this particular lens).
    An assortment of F-series Nikons (F to F6, excluding the F4) with quite a few Nikkors, a pair of M6s with some Leitz glass, a pair of 500c/ms with a wide range of Zeiss optics and, just to help keep Duracell solvent, a D800.

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