Glass coating going Bad???

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    I suspect my Canon FD 50mm 1.4 SSC to be effecting my shots with a red tint.

    When ever I use the kit lens that came with the camera I have this god awefull amount of red tint. As I have been progressing along I have been becoming more and more aware of colors in my images. Rreasently I posted a set of pictures taken with two diffrent lenses and this was made abundantly clear to me. This came up in a thread today and I decided to redirect that part of the conversation here as I was debating on asking anywho. Below is quotes from the conversation containing some examples. If we need more I am sure I can dig them up.

    At the Time this lens was produced Canon was using two different coatings S.C. spectra coateing and S.S.C Super Spectra Coating, now as I don't know a whole heck of a lot about glass coatings please enlighten me, Is that the case or is my lens fine and my mind is bad?

     

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