Nikon 13mm f/5.6 AI-s You don't want to read this part. This was Nikon's most expensive of all its expensive lenses. Nikon's suggested retail (rip-off) price was $8,229 in 1979, or over $24,000 in today's dollars. B&H advertised it at $5,569 in January 1987, or over $10,000 in today's money. The 13mm cost more than the no-longer-made 300mm f/2, which now sells for five-figures used. The 13mm was double the cost of the 300mm f/2.8 or twelve times the cost of the 16mm fisheye.
While I did shoot mostly film during the #TorontoPhotoWalk , I did bring my digital camera along just in case. Very seldom did I take it out, mostly just to play with the 8-15mm fisheye lens I was test-driving. However for the final view of Toronto at night, out came the DSLR :) View large to see the detail, I hate how G+ compresses the previews...
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