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- Aperturepedia – vintage lens database
- Carl Zeiss Rangefinder Lenses (Photography in Malaysia)
- Lens QA Works – Minolta lenses: tests, reviews, comparisons
- Minolta SR Lens Index and Classification
- the rokkor files – Minolta equipment, reviews etc.
- Minolta X Fujifilm – an insight into some Rokkor lenses
- Aperturepedia – Minolta SR (MC/MD) Lens Database
- Aperturepedia – Olympus-OM Lens Database
- Table of OM Lenses – by Hans van Veluwen
- Olympus Zuiko Lenses – at Photography in Malaysia
- Takumar Field Guide – An exception source on M42 and P67 lenses.
- Takumar – The eyes of the Spotmatic – lens index (French)
- Aperturepedia – Pentax K Lens Database
- Aperturepedia – Pentax M37 Lens Database
- The Evolution of the Pentax M42 Mount
- Early Pentax Takumar Lenses
- Early Asahi-Pentax Collection and History
- Photography in Malaysia – Canon, Nikon, etc. (a massive knowledge repository)
- A list of vintage super-fast 50-60mm f/1.2 lenses
- Diamonds Are Forever – the Nikon F
- Rear Window – the 400mm lens
- Superfast lenses – the original Noctilux 50mm f/1.2
- The fastest vintage 50mm lenses ever made – light gathering behemoths
- The other NASA lens – the Angenieux f/0.95
- The Pentax (Asahi) 17mm fish-eye lens – 160 or 180°?
- Ultrafast lenses – the Noctilux 50mm f/1
- Ultrafast lenses – the Simlar 50mm f/0.7
- Ultrafast lenses – the Zeiss Planar 50mm f/0.7
- Using vintage fisheye lenses on a crop-sensor
- Vintage cameras and lenses – where to buy?
- Vintage superfast sub-f/1.4 lenses – big light with a side of skepticism
- Was this the fastest lens ever?
- Why are vintage super-fast lenses so expensive?
- Why don’t cameras use plastic lenses?
- Why was the 50mm lens considered “normal”?