|Posted: Thu May 12, 2016 5:00 pm Post subject:
|Differences between lenses is certainly easier to see using a higher megapixel full frame sensor. Viewing 100% magnifications or making very large prints...
I recommend buying the best camera you can afford rather than trying to limit the camera technology (and therefore price) to the capabilities of old lenses, which is less than the capability of newer lenses which you may want to use later.
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Cameras: Sony A7Rii, Spotmatics II, F, and ESII
M42 Asahi Optical Co., Lenses: S-M-C Takumars 1:4.5/20 & 1:2/35, SMC Takumar 1:1.4/50, S-M-C Takumars 1:1.8/85, 1:3.5/135, 1:2.5/135 (II), 1:4/200, 1:4.5/500, & S-M-C Macro-Takumar 1:4/100
M42 Asahi Optical Co., Lenses: Auto-Takumar 1:2.3 f=35, Super-Takumar 1:2/35 (Fat), Super-Takumar 1:1.4/50 (8-element), Auto-Takumar 1:2 f=55mm, Tele-Takumar 1:5.6/200, Tele-Takumar 1:6.3/300
Nikon Nikkor AI-S 35-135mm f/3,5-4,5, Tamron SP 51B 17mm f/3.5, Tamron SP 55BB 500mm f/8, Tamron SP 19AH 70-210mm f/3.5