One of those parcels arrived yesterday from the Ukraine - you know the kind, covered in indecipherable scrawl that makes customs inspectors run the other way. Anyway, I unwrapped my 1960 Kiev 4A with a Jupiter-8M, an 85mm finder, and a lovely silver 1960 Jupiter-9 (85/2) in Kiev/Contax mount. But peering through the J-9, I notice bubbles in the glass of one of the rearward elements! They're about 1mm in width, and there are about 3 of them. I haven't shot a roll through the camera yet (I've actually mounted the lens on a 1960 Kiev 4 while i overhaul the 4A), so I don't know the implications of these bubbles. Has anyone seen this before?