Micro 4/3 lens
Micro 4 / 3 lens System - is a standard created by Olympus and firms Matsushita (Panasonic) for parallel development and production of compatible digital cameras, camcorders and optics to them. The standard was first announced in Tokyo on August 5, 2008. The standard includes a bayonet (with an electronic interface), the geometry of the working chamber of the segment and the matrix, a number of other parameters. The standard is derived from the known standard 4:3 and is a modification. It is not an open standard because it does not satisfy the requirement of free use of any manufacturer. Sensor size remains the same as in the standard 4:3. As the name implies, this standard is intended to reduce the size and weight of digital cameras and camcorders with interchangeable lenses by reducing the thickness of the body without loss of quality of the images.
An important advantage of SLR cameras is the ability to change lenses. Since the mechanism of the mirror is located between the shutter and lens, the desired working distance becomes quite large. This standard excludes from the chamber construction hoist mirrors, and the associated mirror viewfinder. For this reason the working distance is reduced by half compared to the standard micro 4 / 3 lens (from 40 mm to 20 mm), thickness of the camera body is reduced accordingly. Instead uses an electronic viewfinder, mirror or viewing mode on the screen. This has several advantages, such as 100 -% compliance with future image observed through the viewfinder image enhancement observed image in low light conditions, the ability to output a large number of proprietary information in the field of view of an electronic viewfinder.
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!
Mir 20 m lens history
Replacement wide-angle lens for small-format SLR cameras.
Equipped with automatic iris diaphragm, switchable in threaded version.
Coated optics or multi-layer coating (MC).
The basis of the optical system was taken lens Flektogon 2,8 / 20 (VEB Carl Zeiss Jena, GDR).
In addition to the KMZ (options Mir-20M, MC Mir-20M and MC Mir-20K), produced by the Kiev "Arsenal" for the other BNC connections - Mir-20 -automat and MC Mir-20H..
Mir 20 m lens description
Mir 24 M lens history
Mir 24 m swap short-focus lens with coated optics and multi-coated for SLR cameras. Krasnogorskii plant produced a threaded version of the lens, PO Zavod Arsenal "(Uman) released a bayonet version of the MC Mir-24H same scheme, but a different design. Lens mir 24 M and MC mir 24M designed for SLR cameras with a threaded coupling optics M42x1/45, 5, were blinking (push) the diaphragm with the ability to disable it.
Mir 24 M Lens description
MTO-1000 10/1000 - telephoto mirror lens with coated optics and a constant aperture. The name "MTO" - an abbreviation of "Maksutov Tele-lens" or "Tele-lens meniscus." At the World...
MTO-1000 10/1000 lens history
MTO-1000A 10,5/1100 - telephoto mirror lens with a constant aperture. The name "MTO" - an abbreviation of "Maksutov Tele-lens" or "Tele-lens meniscus."...
MTO-1000A 10,5/1100 lens history
Orion-15 6/28 - replacement wide angle lens for rangefinder cameras. Developed on the basis of the optical system "Topogon". Fitted with iris diaphragm. Coated...
Orion-15 6/28 lens history
Replacement wide angle lens for rangefinder cameras. Developed on the basis of the optical system "Topogon".
Fitted with iris diaphragm. Coated optics.
Characterized by high-resolution and large depth of field.
Was recommended for panoramic shooting, shooting high-rise buildings, leaving a narrow frontage on the street, for group shots in a small room, etc.
In 1959 the lens was awarded the Diploma of II degree ENEA USSR.
Produced in threaded and bayonet versions - for cameras such as Zorki and Kiev, respectively.
Later issue of the lens was transferred to Zagorski Optical and Mechanical Plant (ZOMZ).
Orion-15 6/28 lens description
Mount: Micro 4/3 (lens comes with adapter M39-Micro 4/3 (with confirm chip)
Focal distance: 28 mm (27,94 mm)
Diapason of aperrure ratio: 1:6-1:22
Relative aperture: 1:6
Working distance: 28,8 mm
Angle of view: 75°
Number of lenses / groups: 4 / 4
Closest focusing distance: 1 m
Resolution (center / edge): 45 / 18 lp / mm
Orion-15 6/28 lens сompatible with:
Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1
Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2
Panasonic Lumix DMC-G10
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF3
Tair-11 A 2.8/135 was produced from the mid 50s to mid 90s of the twentieth century to the CMH (Krasnogorsk Mechanical Plant) in Krasnogorsk. In 1958 at an exhibition in Brussels, Tair-11A, was...
Tair-11 A 2.8/135 lens history
Tair-3 4,5/300 - replacement aperture telephoto lens. Fitted with iris diaphragm (for photo-sniper - platoon, closing the chamber, which was added to the camera corresponding to arm). Coated...
Tair-3 4,5/300 lens history
Telemar-22 5,6/200 - a telephoto lens with coated optics. It has high resolution in both the center and the edges of the frame. Suitable for full-scale survey of distant objects and to capture...
Telemar-22 5,6/200 lens history
VOLNA-9 Lens history
Volna 9 - Soviet macro, very sharp and contrasty. Maximum sharpness is shown at apertures 4-8. Can shoot up to 1:2 scale, and this is the only Soviet lens provides such a zoom. Wave-9 is not very afraid of stray light, since front lens is recessed into a decent objective lens.
VOLNA-9 Lens description
ZENITAR-M 1,7/50 SLR Lens history
Normal regular lens for small-format SLR cameras. Automated drive mechanism diaphragm shut-off.
ZENITAR-M 1,7/50 SLR Lens description
ZM-6A 6,3/500 - The mirror-meniscus lens with multilayer-coated achromatic. The ZM-6A is a classic sample of Soviet-era engineering and workmanship. It is a 500 mm telephoto mirror lens based on the design...
ZM-6A 6,3/500 lens history