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I came across this S3 2000 at a local camera shop a few months ago and had an instant urge to hold it in my hands. I haven't let go ever since. Hunting around for a nice S2 now!

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Ok so not a Nikon RF but thanks to Stephen I'm now using the Nikon 50 on my M9.
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So jealous of your 105/1.4 AFS. Had a chance to borrow one from a Nikon rep last fall, only for an hour, and man is that a nice lens. Have fun with it.
Don't be jealous - ANY Nikon 105mm is a special one ;-)
The 105 AF-S is a unique lens though, I hardly had the chance to use it though as just a week after I got it I had a bad accident and some wheel chair time. Now I am restricted for a while to the lightweight gear - just right for the Nikon RF addiction ;-)

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I came across this S3 2000 at a local camera shop a few months ago and had an instant urge to hold it in my hands. I haven't let go ever since. Hunting around for a nice S2 now!
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Ok so not a Nikon RF but thanks to Stephen I'm now using the Nikon 50 on my M9.
That's a wonderful combo!
I found I had to redo the Amedeo adapter with super light Japanese helicoid grease to get the most out of it (it was very heavy in stock and not playing nicely with the looooong focus throw).
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