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I think i have 165mmS.A. F/8 lens in a seiko sutter, high speed is 1/400 sec.. I need a jam nut(retaining ring) for it, would also like to find source for 105mm filters which i think fit the lens. Can you help me to find source for these items.Would like to know if 165mm SA made in mid to late 60's was coated.
-- John Moye (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 01, 1999
Go to www.schneideroptics.com They can tell you all you need to know by the serial #. If it's coated, refelctions of light sources in the glass will appear blue, or purple or cyan. Should be quite obvious. If it's uncoatred, it's clear, like a pair of glasses. A late 60's Schneider is certainly coated.
Steve Shuart, who has advertised in Shutterbug since the before there was a Shutterbug, could provide you with a retaining ring/jam nut/mounting flange as could Steve Grimes et. al.
I don't know if B&W or Tiffen offer 105 mm filters but go to www.calumetphoto.com and find out. Maybe Tiffen & B&W have websites also. The more common approach for large lenses like that 'un is gelatine or resin filters, don't know if thy're available larger than 4" x 4" but Calumet can hep yew owt.
-- Sean yates (email@example.com), October 01, 1999.
Im sure its coated. Multicoating was even starting to appear around the late 60s, so it may even be multicoated. It should be a fine lens.
-- Ron Shaw (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 01, 1999.