As I've said before, I'm old, retired, and don't have too many safe things to do other than surf the 'net and find old unloved lenses and cameras.
There's not much to tell about this lens that I haven't already said about the other. The Nikon Nikkor 80-200mm f/4.5 N Ai is sharper than it has any right to be. It's large-ish and unwield-ish in that it can be a handful for this Old Man with shooting in fast changing situations. It doesn't have a tripod mount so I've rigged up a way of resting in on a wood L-bracket I made. In the hands of a younger person I can't imagine there being any problem using the optic and coming away with wonderful images.
What makes this lens different than my first copy is that I found this one after the prices on many old manual focus lenses had dropped through the floor. Where something like this might've been tagged at 150Euro just a year or two ago, I picked this one up off eBay point fr for a whopping 40Euro.
The lens is in mint condition throughout. It never seems to have bumped around someone's camera bag, nor does it look like it was much used. Like my 75-150mm Nikon E-series zoom this lens looks like it was purchased and then ignored. I couldn't believe it when I opened the box and found this 'beaut inside.
Thinking of the potential impact of owning two copies of the same lens, perhaps I need to start a new club or group of some kind? Maybe I could call it the Unloved Secret Lens Society. I'm not sure what we'd do, except sit around and talk about all the old great glass found for very few pieces of silver. Oh, and to compare work we've made using these wonderful optics. Over beer, of course. Into the wee-hours of the afternoon, of course. Before heading to home and hearth for a nice dinner, of course.
I have to admit I'm a True Sucker for pretty, old, cheap, sharp lenses.