35mm Carl Zeiss Jena Flektogon f 8


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35mm Carl Zeiss Jena Flektogon f/2.8:
(VEB Carl Zeiss Jena, 1950)



The 2.8 silver version with T marked coating seems to be the best of these. Colour rendering is a bit on the warm side due to the coating. The Best Flektogons were made for MF – these are exceptional.
A later lens based on this design, with further optical development:
- Carl Zeiss Distagon 35mm f/2.8


http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flektogon

http://www.zenitcamera.com/archive/lenses/mir-1.html

http://www.zeiss.com/C12567A8003B8B6F/EmbedTitelIntern/Distagon2.8_35mm_e/$File/Distagon2.8_35mm_e.pdf

50mm Industar 50-2 f/3.5:

(КМЗ, М.Д. Мальцев, середина 1950-х)


This simple lens is much underappreciated, still it has an excellent feel to its shots, very unpopular among 35mm users, highly appreciated among those who use/prefer the results of LF. Better bokeh when closed down a bit, very interesting feeling to the picture once you review more shots made with it…no idea what, or why…



Based on:



  • Tessar (Paul Rudolph, 1902)



http://www.zenitcamera.com/archive/lenses/industar-50.html

http://www.photohistory.ru/1207248188712843.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tessar

50mm Zenitar ME f/1.7:
(Падалко А.Я. 1980)


The Best 50mm scheme to my taste and the best lens of this scheme, and I have used many. It performs different from the Zenitar M 50mm f/1.7 no matter that the optical schemes are quite close. This lens has a two blade square aperture, unlike the M version, so it is less versatile – it is to be used wide open, or to have fun with chess type of OOF rendering, when closed down to f/2.8 or more, which is rarely useful.




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