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>Date: Tue, 26 Jan 1993 13:54:36 -0500 >From: Jeffrey Frey <firstname.lastname@example.org> >Message-Id: <199301261854.AA18702@paxsuna.eng.umd.edu> >To: email@example.com >Subject: 45/2.8 Rokkor >Status: R > > >My Yashica/Nicca YF came equipped with a Minolta 45/2.8 Rokkor, perhaps not >original equipment. Does anyone know what camera(s) this lens was original >on? >Jeff > the only lens of this type i know was a Super-Rokkor, marked Chiyoko, which was used on the Minolta A-F and Minolta II cameras. these were originally not full 24x36, so the lens may not give full coverage on a leica. they are very good lenses for their time. (i have both an f and a II in my collection. they were removable lens systems, leica copies, and i also have one telephoto for these cameras. i have never used them on a leica.) they are early 50s contemporaries of the IIIf.