I have been looking around for information on lenses lately in order to decide a way to build a lens lineup that would not break the bank and still give me the opportunity to shoot both 6x9 and 4x5 formats. That brings me to the necessity of getting a 65mm also in order to get a wide angle on 6x9. Looking around I found some Fujinon lenses, but I did not find too many opinions on Fujinon lenses in general. From browsing around this forum I noticed that the most wanted are the german lenses, where some opt for Rodenstock because there is no "Schneideritis" and very few options for japaneese lenses, exceptions being the two extremes of the Nikon, the 90mm and the 300mm. Are the other lenses really dogs, or is it down to personal preference ? Also, the different history of lenses from the german manufacturers are well documented, but not so for the japanese ones. For example, what is the difference between a Fujinon SW and a SWD ? Anyone with some insight on these lenses ?