Well, the adapter to hook up the M42 mount lenses I have came in the mail Friday. So I took it out and did some shots. What could be the cause of the foggy look you'll notice in the following photos? I cleaned the outside of the lenses after noticing the aberration but no change in the fogging was noticed. I'm thinking it may be on the inner-side of the lens. Could this be possible and what, if any, options do I have to get rid of it? Here are a couple photos for examples-sake: #1 My buddy Tron - Notice the translucent edge around his sweater #2 - I'm sure you can see the birds glow around the edges as well... #3 - This time I notice the tree-tops have a glow... #4 - And finally, the foggy look, the white balance I was using, and the position of the sun in relation to the rest of the photo lends itself well to an old look...but still...kind of annoying... Well, there ya go, I screwed up more photo chances and this morning was so beautiful. Maybe my best bet is to buy another old Haminex and see if it behaves the same. I already know I can find them cheap enough to not worry about losing too much money. The fogginess does seem to fit the mood of some of the photos, but these ones not so much so...any help would be kindly appreciated. Thank you advance for any assistance.