Please try again later. This feature is not available right now. The Battle of Lens (20 August 1648) was a French victory under Louis II de Bourbon, Prince de Condé against the Spanish army under Archduke Leopold in the Thirty Years' War (1618–1648). This article refers to the wrong Lens. It was the last major battle of the war.

Edit: My bad, there is a small town called Lens in Belgium, but it's in Hainaut, which is part of Wallonia, not Flanders (unless one is speaking of ancient Flanders, which was a much wider region). I have a Sigma 85mm f1.4 ex dg hsm on my D750 and so far it's been a mixed bag.

Battle of 85s 2 months ago 1 What is your favorite 85 mm lens and why? The focus hunting and the minimum focus distance are limiting it's usability and versatility in real life. Yes, there is a Lens in Hainaut, … I took some great pictures with this lens, but it's not always easy to work with. Lens is a fortified city in the historic region of Flanders, today a major city in the Pas-de-Calais region of northern France.