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    50 mm 1.4 S series lens.. Lens Hood?

    Hey guys,

    I know there is a big thread about 50mm however, this is a different quaetion. I was wondering if the old S series 50 mm 1.4 Nikkor lens had a rubber lens hood. Or can it accomidate a rubber lens hood?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToddB View Post
    Hey guys,

    I know there is a big thread about 50mm however, this is a different quaetion. I was wondering if the old S series 50 mm 1.4 Nikkor lens had a rubber lens hood. Or can it accomidate a rubber lens hood?

    ToddB
    There were two hoods for that lens, a metal screw-in and a metal snap-in that falls off every time you bump it. Look on the Mir site for the models numbers.
    I'm presuming you're talking of the pre-Ai, 50/1.4 Nikkor-S - in which case the "S" is not a series but a designation of the number of elements. S = sept, seven, H = hex, six, and so on.

    Why wouldn't you be able to use a rubber hood? If it has 52mm threads and doesn't vignette the corners, it's all good.

    http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography...kor/index2.htm Scroll down.

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    On my Nikkor 50 1,4 S.C. is always attached rubber lens hood HR -1 with Nikkor UV filter L37, which is also suitable for nikkor 50/2.

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    It has the standard 52mm thread, so the HR-1 should be ok.
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    Here is a fantastic reference for Nikon lenses:
    http://www.photosynthesis.co.nz/nikon/accessory.html

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    Hey guys,

    I found one.. I work at the Kirtland AFB photo lab, I was talking with my boss and he had one that wasn't being used, so he gave it to me. Thanks for the help guys. Pimping out my FE

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    Which is S series again? I thought that was the rangefinder lens with a 43mm threads?

    Edit: my mistake

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Legge View Post
    Which is S series again? I thought that was the rangefinder lens with a 43mm threads?

    Edit: my mistake
    Read my post above. Edit - Nevermind



 

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