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Old 23rd July 2009
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Konica 40mm

Here is the Konica with the 50mm Nikon...the adapter for the Nikon adda bit more depth while the converted Konica goes straight on to the E-400

these are a few at f8

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Re: Konica 40mm

I have had them both, they are great lenses. In my opinion the Nikon is the better of the two wide open, but the Hexanon is sharper when stopped down. I don't think you will be disappointed in either

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