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Minggu, 28 April 2013

Schneider Kreuznach Xenoplan 35/1.9 Industrial lens Cmount


Engineered for industrial inspection and measurement applications, the Schneider 21-1001960 lens features a compact and rugged design and is appropriate for use in crash tests, robot vision or similarly high impact applications. Maximum light transmission and image sharpness is achieved using a special broadband optical coating system while a finely threaded ring provides precise focusing operation.

Designed for 2/3" Cameras
This lens is compatible with 2/3" and 1/2" CCD, CCTV cameras.
Compact & Rugged
With its compact and rugged design, this lens is appropriate for use in crash tests, robot vision and similarly harsh environments.

Broadband Coating
A broadband coating on the lens ensures maximum light transmission in lighting environments ranging from the visible to the near infrared.
Precise Focus
A fine thread ring offers precise focusing adjustments.
Ring Lock
A screw-lock system prevents focus and iris, ring shift on vibrating equipment.

Official specification of the lens

Imager Size2/3"
MountC
Focal Length35mm
ApertureF1.9
Focus OperationManual with lock
Iris OperationManual with lock
Magnification RangeInfinity - 7.0
Minimum Object Distance (M.O.D.)Infinity - 246mm
Dimensions (HxD)1.2 x 1.4"
31.5 x 35.9mm
Weight3.2 oz
92 g


Manufacturer resource  www.schneiderkreuznach.com

Like other common C mount lenses, sharp only at center of frame. swirly bokeh, and small.

Shot with Olympus EPM1, it has vignette on m4/3





with flash from right side







Sample with Olympus EPL1,
Shot with EPL1, @F4

Kamis, 18 April 2013

Zeiss Opton 50/1,5 Contax RF mount


Contax Range Finder mount (It's also called Kiev RF or Nikon RF) has some nice lenses, but it's not popular due high priced adapter to mirrorless cam. some lenses have no focusing helicoid, this 50/1,5 West Germany made too. I got an adapter made from used Kiev camera.
left is adapter made from Kiev camera







Opton means this was made in West Germany. while their counterpart was Jena from East Germany.
Like many other old lenses, this lens has low contrast character.good for B/W results.









From rangefinder.com I found interesting information. This was posted by member ZeissFan
Briefly, the breakdown of the Carl Zeiss lenses is this:

1) Carl Zeiss Jena (no red "T"): Prewar uncoated lenses in a heavy chrome mount. Some lenses near the end of World War II were coated and a few are in lightweight alloy. And some prewar lenses were coated by a third party, but these lenses in general will not have any designation on the lens ring. The earliest lenses for the Contax I are in nickel and black mounts -- very handsome and somewhat expensive. Remember, it was the Zeiss lenses that were the key component of the Contax system. Zeiss had an outstanding, sharp f/1.5 lens (Sonnar) well before Leica had a comparable offering.

2) Carl Zeiss Jena "T": For the most part, these are East German lenses and are in lightweight alloy mount. You can feel the weight difference between the East German optic and their West German counterparts.

3) Zeiss-Opton "T": Coated West German lenses in a heavy chrome and steel mount.

4) Carl Zeiss (no "T"): Zeiss dropped the "T" with these final series of coated lenses. Again, a heavy chrome and steel mount.


So Mine is number 3 version. It's heavy chrome and steel.
Color tone remind me of old print in years ago before digital age. take a look at this one
F8








wideopen shots..





Rabu, 17 April 2013

гелиос or Helios 103, 53/1,8 Kiev/Contax RF mount

гелиос 53/1,8 only made for Kiev RF. so no other version.
lens







I really like this OOF blended perfectly with mirror

wideopen, closest focus
cropped 100% from above

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