Classic SLR Series
"... All photos are never retouched. We proudly leave the dust spots just to prove it!
Quite a nice piece of older Nikon glass. This was the fastest thing below 35mm (see our other auctions) until the introduction of the 28 1.8 in the late Eighties? I think that's right. This one is converted by a repairman, but not with factory aperture scale. This is a non-AI lens notched for the AI coupler with a small handmade aperture scale for viewing through the AI window. It works just fine, but it is hand-made. The glass is very clean, with just one tiny nick or pit toward the edge of the front element. It is pin-prick sized. The coatings are all very good. Overall appearance of the lens is probably a 7.5 of 10. The diaphragm forms properly and return action is snappy. 6.50 to ship in the lower 48. ..." -Roger Sizemore-
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I would be happy to help out, and would appreciate credit. As we aren't maintaining a website at this time, the link isn't really possible. We do appreciate the thought. You may credit in my name. These photos were produced 7/01. If you would prefer to use the pre-ebay generation, let me know and i'll forward the original images (each about 200k). - Roger Sizemore -
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From: <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>chuck hester
Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2001 3:24 PM
Subject: Re: Question for seller -- Item #1255225807
The web site is called "Photography in Malaysia ". It contains information,descriptions,images and owners manuals for Nikon systems and Canon along with various other information. This is a resource site only and is not used for income purposes. The creator/owner of this site does this as a hobby. I have been involved with this on going project for a long time and I feel this is one of the best and most complete sites dealing with this kind of information.
--- coolsales <<mailto:email@example.com>firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: These are my images, and I do appreciate your > sensitivity regarding attribution. What is the nature of the website on which you would like to use > these, beyond being informational? Roger Sizemore/ dealfactory > ----- Original Message -----
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> Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2001 7:10 AM
> Subject: Question for seller -- Item #1255225807
> While browsing E-Bay I have noticed your Quality Images of the Nikkor 28 mm lens on your auction. I am asking your permission to use these images in the future on one of our web sites. These images will be used to enhance the content of our site and are for informational use only. We will be more than happy to provide a credit mention and link if you so desire in exchange for use of the above mentioned images. Because of the sensitivity in using images not generated by us we always ask first and will never pirate other people's property. Again our web sites are for informational use only by those who share our continuing passion in photography.
Please bare in mind that the images must be your original work and not ones that have been obtained without the proper permission.
You may contact us direct by e-mail at > <mailto:email@example.com>firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions. - Chuck Hester -
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Credit: Mr Roger Sizemore for granting permission to use his images of the 28mm appeared in this site; Chuck Hester who has been helping me all these while with the development of all these Nikon sites;Mr MCLau, who has spent a lot of time with me to prepare the content in this site. Lars Holst Hansen, 'Hawkeye' who shares the same passion. Ms Rissa, Sales manager from Nikon Corporation Malaysia who has helped to provide some of the very useful input. Ted Wengelaar®, Holland; Hiura Shinsaku from Nikomat Club Japan. A site to remember a long lost friend on the Net. Made with an Apple IMac.