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Lens type:
Mount type:
Aperture type:
Focus type:
Maximum aperture:
Minimum aperture:
Min.focal length:
Max.focal length:
Filter size:
Min.focal distance:
Lens weight:
Lens length:
Lens diameter:
Cap size:
Aperture blades:
Year of production:
Lens owner:
AF/MF switch:
AE aperture switch:
Preset option:
Smooth aperture:
Aperture midstops:
Inlens stabilisation:
Built in sunshade:
Push/Pull design:
Focus ring condition:
Aperture condition:
Body condition:
Glass condition:
Lens optical performance:
CA handling:
Flare handling:
Value for money:
Front cap:
Rear cap:
Lens case:
Price paid:
Purchase date:
Purchase store:
Country of purchase:
Overall fit and feel:
Value for money:
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