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  1. Hello everyone, maybe this is a silly question but it has been in my head for a while. Once I have a close and far focus chart for a certain focal lenght, could it be used for the same focal lenght of another set of lenses that have the same T-stop when wide open? For example, shooting at the same settings on the same camera with a 75mm Master prime using a diopter +1 would give me the same far and close focus if switching to another lens with the same wide open T stop? and if not, which are the factors that influence close and far focus on diopters except from the diopter's gradation? Thanks in advance
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