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All of the tested lenses are physically well-built, with the Schneider in particular exuding a high-quality silky-smooth feel. The PC-Nikkors feel sturdy, but don't have the same panache.

In the pictures below, we see the Schneider PC Super Angulon 28mm/f2.8 on the left, the PC-Nikkor 28mm/f4 in the middle, and the PC-Nikkor 28mm/f3.5 on the right (click on each image for a larger version).

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