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Mamiya 80mm 2.8 vs 80mm 2.8 "D"? Which one?
Is it worth spending extra $1000 on a "D" version of this lens? I heard that the D version is sharper and it has more contrast. Is it true?
I have been looking around on the net and so far I didn't find any comparison...
I would like to buy a AF 80mm lens for my camera. I have been using manual focus lenses so far and I am wasting a lot of film...
My camera doesn't operate with the 80mm LS version. So the LS is out of question.
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