Canon FD Resources - An old Canon FD lenses catalogue
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From: "Chuck" <>

Subject: canon fd lenses
Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2003 20:33:05 -0400

I have a canon publication #pub.c-ce-1551 1086b100 from 1981 its 31 pages with a centerfold showing 60 FD lenses and a 2page interchaangeable lense chart it's fully ilistrated showing such things as tilt and shift,soft foucus,macrophoto and an Angle of View showing Sydney Australia at 7.5mm, 15, 17, 20, 24, 28,35,50,85,100,135,200,300,400,500,600 and 800mm all taken from the same spot IF you would like a fax color copy contact me and i will send it.  hi i hope this is useable im kinder knew at this and this the first time ive sent photos they should have good quality i think thanks for the info on got more then i expected ...- Chuck-

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