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    Thanks to all for info - I wanted to find out what it was before the auction closed. It sold for nearly $500 - hope the buyer isn't disappointed!
    Someone here has used a lens of this kind for pictorial purposes:
    http://www.pbase.com/regit/crt_nikkor
    As expected, fuzzy when used outside its narrow working parameters.

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    David

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    Gordon, that link Keith posted is the Red Book Nikkor page for this exact lens.

    Keith's link

    Ian

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    Only the Nikkor O-Scope lens commands a premium. It looks beautiful, I do not have one. You can pick up other super-speed close-up lenses for cheap. Wollensak made a high quality 50(ish)/1.2 for use in Tektronix O-Scope cameras. They normally were used with Polaroid film, so they have a good back-focus.

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