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I have been getting a few AIS lenses and accessories to use with my D200 and would like to get the manual that was issued with them. Lens is 35mm PC f2.8 (version 1) and the PB-6 Bellows unit. Is there someone out there who might have these manuals? I have been checking eBay,but nothing yet accept one poor photocopy of PB-6 manual. Thanks, Fred

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Google john craig he has manuals for almost anything to do with cameras and photography

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