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    Thanks everyone It does seem to be the 35mm f/1.4 with HN-1 Hood!


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    35mm f/1.4 Ais.

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    I disagree, Its the HN-2 with filter. HN-1 is flatter, HN-2 has the very slight angle to it.

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    That's Patrick Brown he typically shoots with 2 FM2n bodies, one with a 28mm and one with a 35mm so my guess concurs with the others (35mm f/1.4)
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    Or could be the 28mm f/2 with filter and HN-2. But the more bulbous focussing ring looks more likely to me to be the 35mm f/1.4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RidingWaves View Post
    Or could be the 28mm f/2 with filter and HN-2. But the more bulbous focussing ring looks more likely to me to be the 35mm f/1.4.
    Photo #2 shows 4 rings of nubbies on the rubber focusing portion of the lens, which the 35 f/1.4 has. The 28 f/2 only has 3 rings.
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