I took up amateur photography in the early 1960s and used a Voigtlander Prominent rangefinder until the early 1990s when I switched to the Canon EOS system, thus missing the mechanical SLR camera experience. I then moved to the Canon digital range about 2008. In 2010 curiosity got the better of me and I bought a FTbn body fitted with the subject lens. I used 4 rolls of kodak 200 over several weeks of summer, had them developed and put them in a box with other photos without checking them as my curiosity had waned by then. Over the years I have owned/used many of the EOS L lenses including several primes. Several weeks ago while in Covid lockdown here in Melbourne I took the opportunity to browse my many prints. For the first time I viewed the developed rolls and found to my amazement that the photos just stand out with a pop, depth and clarity not matched by any other lens I have used. I now have a newfound enthusiasm for photography and I will be putting this lens to good use in the coming summer months.