6 comments on “Meet the Lens: Canon Serenar 28mm f/3.5 LTM

    • “Serenar” is actually a Canon lens brand that was only used in the 1950s, presumably to sound more like Gernam manufacturers who named their lenses with things like “Elmar” and “Summitar”. After that they apparently realized this was a bit silly and simply switched to “Canon” as the branding for their lenses.

      No matter what it’s called, it is a pretty little thing, though.

    • Well, you might just be in luck. I’m waiting on the arrival of something which may very well make the little Serenar surplus to requirements, and I’ve got to start moving out some of the equipment I’m not using. I’ll drop you an email when I’m in a position to be a bit more specific.

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