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Old 02-09-2019   #41
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Just arrived and boy oh boy what a stunningly well made lens
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Old 03-14-2019   #42
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I have created a new web site devoted to all the Canon rangefinder cameras 1936-1968 as well as their lenses.
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the site also has coverage of the Minolta-35 rangefinder, and I hope to add other M39 interchangeable lens rangefinders in the future.
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I have created a new web site devoted to all the Canon rangefinder cameras 1936-1968 as well as their lenses.
.... Larry Huffman
Larry, this is interesting but please donít hijack a discussion by going off topic. Please create a new thread with this message.
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Old 03-15-2019   #44
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I have an original hood and filter adapter for the canon 1.5/50 in chrome. I once announced it in the classifieds but no reaction came. If anyone here is interested I can put up an ad again. This is just a heads up, no proposals here please.
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what filter sizes does it adapt?
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what filter sizes does it adapt?
I think probably Series VII? The 50/1.5 has a 40mm nose, but the dedicated hood for this lens is larger than that (maybe 50mm?). This would correspond to a Series VII holder.
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Yup, the round Canon lens hood for the Canon 50/f1.5 lens is a larger diameter lens hood than the one for the Canon 50/f1.8 lens.

The round Canon lens hood for the 50/f1.5 lens takes the series VII filters, whereas the round Canon lens hood for the Canon 50/1.8 lens takes the series VI filters.
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The Canon 50mm f1.5 was single coated unlike the 50mm f1.8, so seem that the lens hood is more important for the f1.5

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The Canon 50mm f1.5 was single coated unlike the 50mm f1.8........
The 50/1.8 was single coated too.

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