Cleaning out the closet (where, of course, I'll end up putting everything right back - can't get rid of anything!), and remembered I had this little flare-magnet of a tele, originally paired up with a good ol' F from way back when. It's been modified from its original non-AI form to sit on newer mounts, but of course newer bodies don't know what to do with it, metering-wise. Which is fine. It's one of those slow-yourself-down lenses. In a self-indulgent mood, I thought I'd put it on a body that's only a few years old (as opposed to the lens itself - which is older than I am, in in far better shape). Well... what fun! It's really interesting at portrait-type distances. You definitely need to watch the across-the- lens light, since you can quickly lose contrast. But man - it's remarkably sharp, while still having an interesting, and noticeable "flavor" to it.