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IS IT FOR A FILM OR A DIGITAL? MEDIUM FORMAT? LARGE FORMAT? POINT AND SHOOT? IM CAMERA RETARDED AND I FOUND THIS LENS AND FINDER. IT READ; UW-NIKKOR 1:2.8 F=15MM 204548 NIKON IT HAS A BLACK KNOB AND A SILVER KNOB

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WOW...Nice find! If you can find the Nikonos camera that goes with that lens, you've got a s-w-e-e-t underwater system. Nikonos is arguably the best 35mm system for water use. It's water proof to 100 meters. A 15mm or a 21mm lens is prime for taking breath-taking photos. Try to find that camera! Check Ebay or a search engine--use sites like Cnet to see prices! A new 15mm lens sells for $2,240 and the Nikonos V sells for about $750.00---Good luck searchin'---Rick

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Can I buy this one from you? my emailadress is htm@3sun.nl or htm3sun@hotmail.com. Name your price. Hans

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Hey LELAH,
This lens is intended for a Nikon underwater camera which are branded as Nikonos cameras. These cameras are underwater 35mm cameras and this lens is and extreme wide angle lens to capture underwater scenic’s. This lens is rather expensive and of very high quality. I hope this helps!

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