Mir-1V Russian wide lens for Sony Alpha & Minolta

Mir-1V Russian wide lens for Sony Alpha & Minolta
  • Mir-1V Russian wide lens for Sony Alpha & Minolta
  • Mir-1V Russian wide lens for Sony Alpha & Minolta
Product description

Mir-1v lens history

Designed in the GOI in 1954 on the basis of the optical system Flektogon.
At the World Exhibition in Brussels in 1958 a set of objectives, which included the Mir-1, was awarded the highest award - the "Grand Prix".
In 1959, the lens was awarded the Diploma of II degree USSR National Economy.
Same lenses still produce for a present time (more than 40 years of producing!!!) and a lot of photo-shooters still buy it. In the main, most all Soviet lenses are exceptionally good and this one is no exception! Letter "V" means that the lens was manufactured at Vologda town.


Mir-1v lens description

  • Mount - Sony Alpha (lens comes with adapter M42-SONY Alpha (with confirm chip)
  • Angle of view - 60 ° (diagonal),
  • Frame format - 24x36 mm,
  • Number of lenses / groups - 6 / 5.
  • Operating distance - Mir-1B - 45,5 mm
  • The limits of the scale diaphragms - 1:2,8-1:16
  • Near focusing limit is - 0.7 m
  • The resolving power of TU (center / edge) - 45/23 lines / mm.
  • Transmittance - 0,78.

Mir-1v ?ompatible with:

Sony A700 Sony A580 Sony A560 Sony A550 Sony A500 Sony A450 Sony A390 Sony A380 Sony A350 Sony A330 Sony A300 Sony A290 Sony A230 Sony A200 Sony A100 Sony A55 Sony A33 Minolta Maxxum/Dynax/AF 7D, 5D Minolta Maxxum/Dynax/AF 9, 7, 5, 4, 3 Minolta Maxxum/Dynax/AF 807si, 800si, 700si, 600si, 505si, 500si, Sweet, Sweets Minolta Maxxum/Dynax/AF 9000, 7000, 5000 Minolta DiMAGE 7Hi, 7i, 7, 5, A1, A2, A200











EXAMPLE PHOTOS:

Canon 450d+ Mir-1v

Nikon + Mir-1v


Nikon + Mir-1v

Mir-1v on Canon with adapter (m42-eos)