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Old Feb 25, 2010, 9:33 PM   #1
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Well, I went for a short walk today specifically to try out this sears lens on a Digital body. I was completely amazed at the contrast and sharpness. I was also very impressed with the color renditions. I am a Jpeg shooter and this lens will keep me shooting jpegs.....Does anyone know if Sears made a 20 or 24mm lens? While I love the 28, It is a tad long for my style of street shooting....

Straight Jpegs with slight cropping. In camera PP

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Busy street, no place to go.


This lady cussed me out like if there was no tomorrow...I have been cussed out before, but not like this in about 3 or 4 languages..


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Shopping


Mama and her baby


Fruits and veggies


Working hard


A nice couple


Smoking


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Old Feb 26, 2010, 5:46 AM   #2
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Both Sears and JC Penny had lens in their line up of 24, 28 and 35mm. You never really knew who made them for their stores. Mamiya was one and Samagon as well as some of the better ones from Japan such as Tokina and Kiron. I own a J.C.Penny 135mm that is very good. I did own a Sears 135mm made by the Korean lens company Samyang that did quite well too.
Here is a 28mm one......http://cgi.ebay.com/SEARS-MC-2-8-28-...item2c53459e76
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Both Sears and JC Penny had lens in their line up of 24, 28 and 35mm. You never really knew who made them for their stores. Mamiya was one and Samagon as well as some of the better ones from Japan such as Tokina and Kiron. I own a J.C.Penny 135mm that is very good. I did own a Sears 135mm made by the Korean lens company Samyang that did quite well too.
Here is a 28mm one......http://cgi.ebay.com/SEARS-MC-2-8-28-...item2c53459e76
Thank you. I saw that one last night as well. I should mention the lens I have is also an ''A'' lens or in the case a ''P'' lens. I will keep an eye out for a 24.
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