Mir 1 Automat Bayonet mount lens

Mir 1 Automat Bayonet mount lens
Product description

Mir-1 automat lens history MIR-1 automat - with the bayonet joining for the mirror cameras of type Kiev-10 and Kiev-15 ( "Arsenal", Kiev, Ukraine). Removable wide-angle lens. Supplied an iris-shutter

 

 

Mir-1 automat lens history:

Mir-1 automat - with the bayonet joining for the mirror cameras of type Kiev-10 and Kiev-15 ( "Arsenal", Kiev, Ukraine). Removable wide-angle lens. Supplied an iris-shutter with the device of its preliminary setting. Clarified optics. Developed in GOI in 1954 on the basis of optical chart of Flektogon. On the World exhibition in Brussels 1958 was awarded with the set of lenses, the Mir-1 automat was included in which, higher reward - "Grand Prix". It was recommended for all types of surveys.
 
 
 

Mir-1 automat lens description:

 

  • Focal length: 37 mm
  • Relative aperture: 1:2,8
  • Corner of a field of vision: 60 °
  • The size of a shot: 24x36 mm
  • Quantity of lenses/groups: 6/5
  • Forward topmost focal length: - 3,49 mm
  • Back topmost focal length: 37,17 mm
  • Distance from the first to last surface: 52,8 mm
  • Working distance: 44,0 mm