|Closest Focusing||0.3 m|
|Max. Magnifcation||1:9.1 (0.11x)|
|Filter Size||52 mm|
|Diameter x Length||63 x 50.6 mm|
|Weight||285 gr (0.63 lb)|
I recently purchased this lens on ebay to use it with my Fuji X-Pro1. So far I'm very much surprised how good this old lens is. If you are looking vor an 35mm equivalent for a Fuji X camera, go for the f/2 canon. It is great!
Some test shots on flickr:
This lens is my personal FD favorite. I've owned and used it for 25+ years. It has seen thousands of miles of travel all over the world and thousands of images.
I began using the Nikkor 24mm 2.8 in the late 60s, and got this lens when I shifted from Nikon to Canon in the late 70s and early 80s. Together with the 35-70 and 85-200 zooms and an AE-1, it has been part of my standard travel kit for film, and I have probably taken more images with this lens than any other.
After all this time, it still works great, although the rubber focus ring slips - came unglued from the barrel. Despite all the miles and bumps, it's never needed service.
Although I shoot a lot of digital (Pentax) these days, I use this 24 on an F-1New or AV-1 when I have to have the best resolution and freedom from barrel distortion in my wide-angle image. This lens alone is a reason enough for keeping an FD body, no matter what else you shoot.