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Coding a Voight 50/1.1 on an M9

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Did some searching and couldn't find a clear answer.


Do folks with this combo code it as a 50/1.0? Not code it? Something else?


Thanks for your thoughts.....

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I coded mine as an f1 Noctilux but I'm sure it makes no difference, its just for Exif really.



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