Originally Posted by shoturtle
Bring a good flashlight with you. That way you can see if the aperture blades are clean and no oil on the blades and how much dirt is in the lens. Also bring your camera. Mount it to you camera, stop down to f8 to see if you see any dust on the photos.
Thanks for info.
Lets see how it goes.
BTW, price for new is $455 @ BH and $419 @ Amazon. Didn't see anywhere for $370.
Last edited by Mystery123; Feb 27, 2011 at 12:35 AM.