On 2/23/2018 3:04 PM, Ken Norton wrote:
Moose de Words wrote:
I was wondering about that, too. Seems like the thing that is different
between the bodies listed and others. Unfortunately, Mark apparently pays a
lot for each word, so uses very few. He might have mentioned if the lens
works on the older bodies. Maybe also whether the mount has been altered in
Mark makes up for my proclivity to burn holes in the Internet with my
rather verbose thesis.
Plural = theses
But I was thinking that there were a few lens models that had
different types of screw head. Some of my lenses have flat-head
screws, but most are cross-type. Not sure which are friendlier to the
None of them travel over the switch on any properly functioning OM lens. The need to fill the holes was limited to early
Tamron Adaptall and Adaptall-2 adapters - and probably some obscure early third party lens(es).
Smooth Sliding Moose
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