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advise needed Nikkor AIS 35-200 f3.5 lens



 
 
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Old August 2nd 04, 05:15 PM
sgfan3
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Default advise needed Nikkor AIS 35-200 f3.5 lens

Hi All. I have a question regarding the Nikkor AIS 35-200 f/3.5 lens. At
maximum aperture, should the aperture be completely round OR slightly
septagonal (is that a word?!). When I view the aperture on my lens at f/3.5,
the aperture is not completely round. I have removed the mount and I am able
to move the aperture lever far enough to make the aperture completely round.
Any info is much appreciated. TIA


 




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