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    You did not say what type of shooting you do; therefore, I will base my recommendation on what I would do if I were in your position. I have owned and used a Nikon EM and now own, use, and recommend these Nikon lenses:

    Option 1
    35mm f/2 AI wide-angle lens
    75-150mm f/3.5 Series E (get the AIS version of this great performing telephoto zoom)

    Option 2
    28mm f/2.8 AIS wide-angle lens (not the Series E)
    50mm f/1.4 normal lens (I needed the speed, if you do not, get the f/1.8 instead)
    75-150mm f/3.5 Series E (get the AIS version of this great performing telephoto zoom)

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    I would definetely go with the Nikon 50mm f/2 AI converted MC lens and the 28mm f/2 AI lens. Both lens are incredibly sharp and maybe the Nikon 75 -150mm E zooms or even the Nikon 200mm f/4 which are both sharp for a prosumer lens. On many occassions I've gone out with the 28, 50 and the 75-150mm and these 3 lens covers all my needs. The 50, 75-150 and 200 are reasonably cheap as well.

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