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Continuing the series of old OM film lenses used on my 10 year old CANON 500D (EOS Rebel T1i) I present you some more photos taken at Greek revolution celebration with the Miranda 28-70 mm f/ 3.8-4.8 MC Macro Lens.

The Miranda 28-70 3.5-4.5 was made by Cosina (late 80’s and early 90’s) and is a good design (but a cheap lens).

Specifications:

Focal length Max. aperture Min. aperture Blades Min. Focus (m.) Filter Ø (mm.) Weight (gr/oz) Length (mm/in)
28mm – 70mm f/3.8 – f/4.8 f/22 0.8 58

25th of March 2017, Greek Independence Day, Perama.

I decided to use my old Sigma AF Zoom Master 35-70mm reviewed in the past with D3200. I am quite Happy again with the results,  a reliable little lens that I had bought for a mere 11Euro.Nothing too bad to complain but to be fair it was also a glorious sunny day, Enjoy and feel free to comment.