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JUPITER 9 85mm f2
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LZOS Jupiter-9 MC 85mm f/2 M42

Sharpness        
8.1
Aberrations        
7.0
Bokeh        
9.3
Handling        
6.8
Value        
8.0


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Description:       
This is the current version (available new) of the long-running Jupiter-9 lens.

Manufacturer: LZOS, Lytkarino, Russian Federation
Finish: Black enamel
Focal length: 85mm
Aperture range: f/2-f/16
Aperture type: Pre-set
Diaphragm blades: 15 (curved)
Minimum focus: 0.8m (31.5 in.)
Weight: 380gm (13.4 oz)
Length: 52mm min - 65mm max
Diameter: 66mm
Filter thread: 49mm
Mount: 42mm thread (M-42)
Coating: Multi-coated


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Note that lenses sold under this model name have been manufactured by a number of different entities in both "silver" and black finishes and in both 39mm and 42mm thread mounts as well as Kiev bayonet and Kiev/Contax (see here) bayonet. All share a common heritage in being derived from the Zeiss Sonnar 85mm f/2. (The Soviets were granted the designs and tooling as war reparations at the end of WWII.)

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JUPITER11 135mm f4
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Jupiter 11 135mm F4

Sharpness        
9.0
Aberrations        
8.5
Bokeh        
8.8
Handling        
8.0
Value        
9.8


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Description:       
The Jupiter 11 is yet another of the classic Zeiss-derived USSR lenses available in a plethora of mounts over a period of decades. The particular one shown here is in Kiev-10/Kiev-15 mount, which is almost certainly not the one to get for mounting on a Pentax(1). The M42 version is probably easiest. Pic 2 shows the more common and more desirable M39* (silver) and M42 (black) "fatboy" versions.
*Note that the M39 as illustrated, for Zenit, is easy to adapt to M42, and therefore Pentax, because the registration distances are (virtually) the same. The long barrel Zorki L39 (pic 3) is designed for rangefinder cameras with a registration distance of ~28mm and is not easily adaptable to DSLR's.


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Optics:        4 elements/3 groups.
Aperture range:        f4-22.
Iris:        12 blade iris.
Focus:        .
CFD:        ~ 1m or a little under.
Filter:         
Length:        .
Weight:        ~ ?g lens only.


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There is a built-in shade on the kiev mount lens, but such features vary over time and mounts....
(1)There is an instructable for adapting kiev bayonet to dslr here.
Mount Type:        M42 Screwmount
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MEYER OPTIK 135mm f2.8  เลนส์ค่ายเยรมัน
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Sharpness        
8.6
Aberrations        
8.7
Bokeh        
9.4
Handling        
7.6
Value        
9.0


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Construction - 5 elements, 4 groups
Angular field - 18° (full frame)
Minimum focusing distance - 1.5m
Diaphragm action - Pre-set
Maximum aperture - f/2.8
Minimum aperture - f/32
Aperture blades - 15
Filter size - 55mm screw-in type (includes 55mm to 58 step up hood filter).
Push-on diameter - 57
Weight - 515g
Barrel length - 94mm

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Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: M42, Exakta

First year of production: 1966

Last year of production: 1978

Optical design: 5 elements in 4 groups
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KOMURANON 135mm f2.8 เลนส์ค่ายญี่ปุ่น
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Vendor:        Komura
Type Name:        Komuranon
Focal range:        135mm        Category:        Medium Telephoto
Max. aperture:        2.8        Min. aperture:        16
Elements:        4 in 4 groups        Ap. blades:        6
MFD:        150cm        Filter Ø:        52mm
Weight:        420g        Year:        -
Preset aperture:        No        Dimensions (d/l):        68mm/99(83)mm
Universal mount:        None
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Now here is a very rare lens for sale, A KOMURA KOMURANON 135mm f2 8 in PK fit. Do be honest I know very little about this company or lens.

A search on the web I found the Japenese company were very highly regarded in lens construction and made lenses for Leica but went bust in 1980 due to the the high cost of the lenses and the price it cost them to make, and that's all I found out.
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Sankyō Kōki K.K. (三協光機㈱) was a Japanese optical company, which used the brand name Komura for a variety of lenses. The company's name usually appeared as Sankyo Kohki on English language product branding such as lens badges. However in English language trademark filings, the more conventional spelling of Sankyo Koki Co., Ltd. was often used.
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The Komura company became insolvent in 1980 and in 1981 was reported to be in acquisition talks with a "large binocular manufacturer".[6] The outcome is unknown, however, all trademarks owned by the company subsequently expired, suggesting the company did not survive.
Modern collectors praise Komura lenses, particularly the fast preset telephotos, for their high contrast, color rendering, and smooth bokeh
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เลนส์ชุดถัดไปเป็นเลนส์ 80มม.
เริ่มด้วย PENTAX-M 85mm f2
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SMC Pentax-M 85mm F2

Sharpness        
9.4
Aberrations        
8.7
Bokeh        
9.3
Handling        
9.7
Value        
9.2


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Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: Pentax K

First year of production: 1977

Last year of production: 1984

Optical design: 5 elements in 4 groups
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Specifications:

Focal length        Max. aperture        Min. aperture        Blades        Min. Focus (m.)        Filter Ø (mm.)        Weight (gr/oz)        Length (mm/in)
85mm        f/2.0        f/22        6        0.85        49        250/8,8        46/1,8
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Additional information:
The SMC Pentax-M 85 mm f/2  is a fast portrait  manual focus prime lens for 35 mm Pentax K SLR cameras
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MAMIYA 645 80mm f4 macro เป็นเลนส์ medium format ราคาไม่แพง
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The Mamiya 80mm f/4 Macro lens features outstanding resolution and flat field correction required for copying flat artwork with edge to edge sharpness
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Mamiya lenses are quality controlled at all stages. They are engineered for professional use. Mamiya manufactures its own glass and coats the lens elements using Mamiya's proprietary multi-coating process, increasing light transmission, dramatically reducing flare, and ensuring crisp, clean whites and vibrant natural colors.
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High quality macro lens for the 645 series cameras
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The built-in helicoid extension allows focusing from infinity to 1/2 life-size magnification
With optional Macro-Spacer N, the 80mm f/4 Macro focuses from 1/2 to 1:1 life-size magnification
Applications include copywork, macro and close-up photography of all objects from product photography to flowers
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Fashion and beauty photographers find the 80mm f/4 Macro particularly useful for a variety of subject close-ups and normal shots
An extremely versatile lens, the 80mm f/4 Macro can also operate as an excellent normal focal length lens focusing to infinity for portraits, landscapes and general purpose photography
With the Auto Bellows N, magnifications to 3X life-size are possible

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เลนส์ตัวต่อมา HELIOS 40-1 85mm f1.5 ฉายายักษ์เงิน จ้าวแห่งโบเก้หมุนวน
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Helios 40 (85mm F1.5)

Sharpness        
5.3
Aberrations        
7.0
Bokeh        
10.0
Handling        
5.0
Value        
5.0


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Description:       
Focal length: 85mm
Aperture: 1:1.5 (max) - 1:22 (min)
Field of view: 28°
Manual focus, not chipped
Focusing range: 0.8 to infinity
Dimensions: 82 x 96mm
Weight: 800g/28oz
Produced from 1955-1990


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Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: M42

First year of production: 1969

Last year of production: 1992

Optical design: 6 elements in 4 groups
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Other version rely on fact that first Planar's (fast cinema 35mm lens "Helios-1" 50/2, "Helios-2" 75/2 and "Helios-3" 100/2) were developed by GOI in may 1937y.
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เลนส์ตัวต่อมาคือ เลนส์medium format รัสเซีย เม้าท์ pentacon 6 ราคาไม่แพง เวลาใช้ต้องมี adapter แปลงเป็นเม้าท์กล้องเราก่อน
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Format: Medium Format SLR

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: Pentacon Six, Kiev-88, Salut

First year of production: 1982

Optical design: 6 elements in 3 groups
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Specifications:

Focal length        Max. aperture        Min. aperture        Blades        Min. Focus (m.)        Filter Ø (mm.)        Weight (gr/oz)        Length (mm/in)
80mm        f/2.8        f/22        6        0.6        62        340/12        53/2,1

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Additional information:
The MC Volna-3 80 mm  f/ 2.8(Russian: "Волна") is a high-quality kit lens with multi-coating for  the Kiev-88, the Kiev-90 and the Kiev-60 cameras. It can be used on digital cameras in manual mode via the appropriate adapter. It succeeded the Vega-12

The export version was labeled the MC Volna-3 2.8/80

Resolution (center/edge) - 45/25 lpmm, multi-layer coating (MC).

The Volna-3 80 mm  f/ 2.8  generates rather beautiful and flexible image: good volume, sufficient sharpness of key areas and noble bokeh.

The МС Volna-3 80 mm  f/2.8 is a predictable and reliable lens in terms of the final result. Focusing is accomplished by rotating the focusing ring.

On modern SRL cameras the Volga-3 functions as a good portrait lens. Regarding quite a low price on the secondary market, we have a very decent variant of a portrait lens in the price-facilities relationship.

It  does not hold back and side light well enough, which is corrected by the use of a hood.

The first two figures of a serial number stand for the year of production.


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วันนี้เป็นกลุ่มเลนส์มาโคร
เริ่มด้วย ELICAR V-HQ MACRO 90mm f2.5
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Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: C/Y (contax/yashica), Canon FD, FDn, Konica AR, Nikon F (FX, DX), Olympus OM, Pentax K, Minolta SR (MD, MC)

Optical design: 6 elements in 4 groups

Features: Macro lens
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Specifications:

Focal length        Max. aperture        Min. aperture        Blades        Min. Focus (m.)        Filter Ø (mm.)        Weight (gr/oz)        Length (mm/in)
90mm        f/2.5        f/32        8        0.35        62        555/19,6        84/3,3
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Additional information:
Elicar V-HQ Macro 90 mm f/ 2.5 - fast prime telephoto macro lens for a 35mm SLR cameras of popular systems 70-90s.

Maximum macro scale - 1:1.
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มาโครตัวต่อมาค่ายหนอน CANON FD 100 mm f4 macro
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Specifications:

Focal length:100mm
Aperture ratio: 1:4
Construction: 3 groups 5elements
Coating: S.S.C. (super spectra coating)
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Angle of view: Diagonal: 24° Vertical: 14° Horizontal: 20°
Distance scale: (m) 0.45 (magnification 0.5X) to7.oo (ft) 1.48 to 15.oo Focusing mechanism: Helicoid
Magnification: 0.5X for lens used alone, 0.5Xó1.0X with Extension Tube FD 50-U (0.4m)
Minimum aperture: f/32
Diaphragm: Automatic
Filter size: 52mm
Hood: BT-52
Cap: C-52 (CG2-0070)
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This lens is SHARP!....Sharpest ever in the FD line-up I have used wide open at f4.The Good Thing is it is also Sharp at infinity even after being a macro lens.The sharpness Falls down after f11.f16 is good enough but anything higher is not good due to defraction.This lens also requires the FD50 extension tube for 1:1 macro.The aperture ring is SPRINGY....I don't know how to define it but maybe it's just my copy.This lens can also be used for portraits if you want which may require you to soften things up in post as the lens is Sharp and will show you the Skin pores if kept in focus well.... :D ...rnrnThe Extension tube can be very hard to find.Plus the length of the lens with extension and at 1:1 focus distance is more than 10 inches.....something to keep in mind....This lens does not have a tripod mount which it requires badly due to that length as it makes the camera unbalanced when on tripod.
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ตัวต่อมา KIRON 105 mm f2.8 macroเลนส์ตัวนี้เม้าท์ NIKON/AI ครับ
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Kiron / Lester A. Dine 105mm f2.8 Macro

Sharpness        
10.0
Aberrations        
9.3
Bokeh        
9.6
Handling        
9.1
Value        
10.0


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Description:       
The lens is made in Japan by a company called "Kino Precision" aka Kiron. I know of the following versions (they are all identical - except for exterior design).

Lester A Dine 105mm Macro f2.8 (marketed as dental lens)
Kiron 105mm Macro f2.8 (Kino Precisions own lens name)
Vivitar Series 1 105mm Macro f2.5
Vivitar 100mm Macro f2.8
Ricoh Rikenon 105mm f2.8

Weight: 23.1 oz. (656g)
Length: 4.04 in. (102.5mm)
Filter Diameter: 52mm
Min. Focus: 1.15 feet (.351 meters)
Max. Magnification: 1:1 (life size)
Diagonal FOV:
Horizontal FOV: 23.2 degrees
Horizontal FOV on Digital:
Min. Aperture: f32
Optical Construction: 6 elements in 6 groups, multicoated.

Mount: can be found as M42, PK, PKA (less common) and other mounts of the era.


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Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: C/Y (contax/yashica), Canon FD, FDn, Konica AR, M42, Nikon F (FX, DX), Olympus OM, Pentax K, Minolta SR (MD, MC)

Optical design: 6/6

Features: Macro lens
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Specifications:

Focal length        Max. aperture        Min. aperture        Blades        Min. Focus (m.)        Filter Ø (mm.)        Weight (gr/oz)        Length (mm/in)
105mm        f/2.8        f/32        8        0.35        52        650/22,9        102.5/4
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Additional information:
The Kiron MC 105 mm f/ 2.8 macro is a fast telephoto prime lens for 35 mm SLR cameras popular  in the 1970-80's.

The lens body is all-metal. It is equipped with a built-in hood.
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ต่อมาเป็นเลนส์เยรมันMeyer Optik Gorlitz Trioplan 100mm f2.8 จ้าวแห่งโบเก้ฟองสบู่
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Meyer-Optik Gorlitz Trioplan 100mm f:2.8

Sharpness        
8.0
Aberrations        
7.3
Bokeh        
9.5
Handling        
8.5
Value        
7.5


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Description:       
Reputedly a design based on, or a copy of, the Cooke Triplet, the Trioplan has gone from being well-known in its day, to being forgotten about and recently, become a bit of a cult lens.
The bokeh is a love-it or hate-it thing with this lens. It's not always there and depending on light conditions it might render a smooth background instead.

Note the Mayer Optik Orestor 100mm with the classic fluted looks has it's own review here.
Mount Type:        M42 Screwmount


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Pros:        Bokeh, Supreme build quality, Makes every photo a "painting"
Cons:        No good for landscapes or for distant subjects
Sharpness: 5    Aberrations: 3    Bokeh: 10    Handling: 10    Value: 3    Camera Used: K3ii   

They don't make lenses like this anymore. The tactual and ergonomic experience of holding and using this lens is like none other!

From an optics standpoint one only buys this lens for one thing - BOKEH! It is brilliant for macros (with screw on macro lens or extension tube), close ups, and portraits.

This lens is very poor for use with landscapes or for anything at midrange or in the distance.

One trick pony pretty well sums up my opinion of this lens. This lens makes every photo a "painting"!

I have bought and sold hundreds and hundreds of lenses in the last 30 years. This is the only lens that I will never part with!


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Meyer Optik Gorlitz Domiplan 50mmf2.8
Meyer-Optik Görlitz Domiplan 50mm f/2.8

Sharpness        
6.0
Aberrations        
5.7
Bokeh        
6.6
Handling        
6.0
Value        
6.4


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Description:       
Lens category:        Normal
Focal min: 50mm
Focal max: 50mm
Focus min: 75cm
Aperture max: F2.8
Aperture min: F22
Diaphragm blades: 6
Elements/Groups: 3/3
Diaphragm action: full automatic
Filter size: 49mm
Weight: 150gm
Mount: M42 (Universal Screw)


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Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: M42, Exakta

First year of production: 1962

Optical design: 3 elements in 3 groups
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Specifications:

Focal length        Max. aperture        Min. aperture        Blades        Min. Focus (m.)        Filter Ø (mm.)        Weight (gr/oz)        Length (mm/in)
50mm        f/2.8        f/22        6        0.75        49        125/4,4        40/1,6
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Additional information:
The Meyer-Optik Görlitz Domiplan 50 mm f/ 2.8  is  a fast standard lens for  35 mm SLR cameras with the M42 screw mount for the Exakta bayonet.

It was based on the Cooke triplet  optical scheme. With open aperture it has a pronounced soft effect.

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เลนส์ค่ายอิสระ บางทีรับจ้างทำด้วย  คือค่าย TAMRON มีเลนส์ตัวนึงที่ดีมากในอดีต นั่นคือ
TAMRON SP 35-80mm f2.8-3.8  แต่ต้องมีรหัส 01A บนกระบอกด้วยถึงจะเป็นของแท้
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Tamron Adaptall-2 SP 35-80mm F2.8-3.8 (01A)

Sharpness        
9.2
Aberrations        
8.3
Bokeh        
8.5
Handling        
9.0
Value        
9.7


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Description:       
"Tamron's SP 35-80 F/2.8-3.8 zoom lens is, without question, the best zoom lens ever manufactured within its class and price point. The sharpness and contrast of this lens is extraordinary compared to similar after market lenses and many OEM lenses. Only the similar Nikkor performs better, but not by very much. Macro performance across the central two thirds of the film plane stands up very well against dedicated macro lenses. Amazingly, this lens yields very good macro performance across the entire film plane when used with Tamron's SP 2X tele-converter. There is no push button or macro ring which must be turned to enter the macro mode. The user merely has to continuously turn the focus ring in order to focus from infinity to the minimum focus distance for macro work. Tamron calls this feature "continuous focusing" or CF. While turning the focus ring, the zoom ring will automatically turn as necessary until the zoom ring is at the 80mm zoom setting.." adaptall-2.com.


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This SP designated 2 ring mid range zoom was made from 1979 to 1985. It continued production even though the 28-80mm SP 27A was launched in 1983. It can be said that this lens played a big part in the reputation of the adaptalls.
It has a strong macro mode (for a zoom) to 1:2.5 magnification ratio, an innovative design facilitates this, the focal length automatically changing as the lens is focussed into macro. However well used examples can have mechanical issues.

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Focal Length:        35 - 80mm
Aperture Range:        f/2.8~3.8 - 32, AE
Iris:        8 blades
Optical Construction:        8 Groups / 9 Elements
Min. Focus from Film/Sensor Plane:        10.6"/27cm at f=80mm
Macro Mag. Ratio:        1:2.5 at f=80mm
Filter Size:        62mm
Diameter:        2.5" /64.5mm
Length:        2.8" /72mm
Weight:        13.6 oz. /386g

Accepts 01F 2x TC but not 014F 1.4x tc.
Mount Type:        Third-party (adapter required)


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ของดีต้องมีรหัส 01A ด้วย
An excellent performer for an older standard zoom. Starts a little long on my DSLR but all in all 35-80mm is a good range! My manager was once a wedding photographer, and says he used to swear by this one back in the day...

The cam changes direction when zooming, which as the lens ages can cause it to stick at that point. Appart from that ergonomics are pretty nice! I love the big spherical front element as well!

The rotating front element is an issue, but I never use it for landscapes so don't have a PL filter for this one.

As with all adaptall lenses on Pentax it really depends if you have the PKA mount. If you do, you don't lose much funcitonality.

Its fast, very very sharp, and its nice to walk around with older class on your lens sometimes! For an old zoom this one really does come up with the goods.

Read more at: https://www.pentaxforums.com/use ... .html#ixzz4e0sI0odw

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เลนส์ชุดถัดมาเป็นเลนส์ medium format ของ แป้น นั่นคือ pentax 6x7  67
มาอ่านประวัติคร่าวๆกันก่อน
Pentax 6x7 Lens Information Guide
In 1969, Pentax introduced the 35, 55, 75, 105, 150, 200, 300, 400, 600, 800 lenses labeled "Super Takumars." 1971 saw improved lens coatings and a name change to "Super-Multi-Coated Takumars." The 90 LS, 135, 500 and 1000 lenses were also added to the lineup at this time. The early 80's saw the introduction of the 45, 75 Shift, 120, 165, 400ED, and 800 ED lenses. The 55 and 90 lenses had optical updates during this time. These lenses had rubberized focus rings and were now labeled "SMC Pentax 6X7." The late 80's was the last major update with minor cosmetic changes ( all lenses now have rubberized focus and aperture rings ) and a name change to "SMC Pentax 67." In the late 90's and 2001, Pentax added a few more lenses to the line including the 75 2.8AL, 55-100, 90-180, and 300ED.
ขอเริ่มจากเลนส์กลุ่ม wide-angle primes  ได้แก่  SMC PENTAX 67 55mm f4
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SMC Pentax 67 55mm F4

Sharpness        
 10.0
Aberrations        
 10.0
Bokeh        
 9.0
Handling        
 10.0
Value        
 10.0
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Description:       
Wide angle lens for the Pentax 6x7 system, 65 degrees field of view horizontally, like a 28 mm lens on a 24x36mm camera. This lens represents the third and most successful optical formula for a Pentax 6x7 55mm lens.
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Pros:        Common 77mm filter size, sharpness and fidelity.
Cons:        Weight! But nothing Pentax SMC is "lightweight"...
Sharpness: 10    Aberrations: 10    Bokeh: 9    Handling: 10    Value: 10    Camera Used: Pentax 67   

What? The sharpness scale only goes up to 10? Add one more tick.
Bought mint with 67 body, this was the first of the big and chunky lens I had to come to grips with, literally, as a person with smallish hands. The focus barrel is big and rather slow to use compared to other Pentax SMC lenses I have, but where this lens excels is in the imaging department: corner to corner sharpness, especially from f5.6 onward (I can say confidently that it will deliver at f4, too!), is superb. There is no significant abberation or distortion that I can see. It is very exciting to view the sharp resolution in trannies on the lightbox, but the optical performance is most impressive with finer-grained films like T-Max 100/ACROS 100 where the effect is quite surreal. As with all my work, a tripod is used to maximise the benefits of this (and 165LS and 45mm) lens, and it is my kit's "standard" go-to lens.

An overall snappy piece of engineering and very highly recommended as an acknowledged stand out performer.
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