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Argusr C-four Lenses
Old 04-20-2007   #1
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Argusr C-four Lenses

I recently bought a nice looking Argus C-4 with a 50mm/2.8 coated Cintar (USA) and a 100mm/4.5 Enna Werk (Germany) lens. How do these two lenses compare with similar focal length lenses for the Argus? Unless I am mistaken, this Argus was adapted to allow the use of different lenses.

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