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    What mount does this lens have?

    Please help to identify this lens mount.
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    Looks like Canon FD. It's a pain to test the aperture on these lenses because of the bayonet mount.

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    I am trying to find OM mount lens from Vivitar 135mm tele...still no luck.
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    Sure does look like a Canon FD mount to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baachitraka View Post
    I am trying to find OM mount lens from Vivitar 135mm tele...still no luck.

    How about an Olympus Zuiko 135mm lens:

    http://forum.mflenses.com/olympus-zu...em-t41327.html

    The 135mm f/3.5 is sharp and very compact.
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    I was very clear that I want only zuiko 135mm. On one bad day I was reading about Vivitar 135mm close focus then I had second thoughts. :-(
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    Quote Originally Posted by domaz View Post
    Looks like Canon FD. It's a pain to test the aperture on these lenses because of the bayonet mount.
    Not that hard. Unlock then turn the breech lock ring counter-clockwise then you can push the stop-down lever in same direction. On Canon lenses it stays there (for use stopped down on Macro bellows and stuff). On the picture it might be a third party lens, there's a button marked L that might have the same effect?



 

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