Aperture has 12 blades, while the lens is the cutest thing I have seen and owned. Bokeh is smooth and optically ranks as Primolan to triplets. I at F 2.8 has a nice drawing. The body of the lens is very small and pleasant to work with .. Focus I run more smoothly, as well as a screen. Let me compare him with his brother, 100/2, 8, which is sold for ridiculously overpriced price. Focal length is approx. from 20 to 60 cm from the subject, because you can work well with the scene and the depth of field in it. The problem comes in when you are looking at him for the reduction of attachment to the body of Nikon. If we are talking about reducing Exakta, the simplest solution is to deploy a bayonet adapter ring M39, which fell like a glove while the lens exactly centered. Attaching we can solve any. I personally reduction fastened classic Chemopr?n. Screw the ring on classical reduction and m42 is done. Bayonet Altix, which has a diameter 43 mm must be carefully reduced and then either glued or deploy the reduction. hhttps :/ / www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.283817988407113.66154.234989079956671&type=3
Carl Zeiss Jena Pancolar 501,8 auto 2 photos
The advantage is the low aperture and the distance at which the focus cca.35cm. Suitable for beginners in the field of manual lenses. Visually pleasing with good drawing. Excellently used when working with the depth of field. Can nice and soft bokeh. Focus goes easily, rather it depends on the piece. Further interesting effect can be achieved at the minimum aperture. At a certain angle to backlight the photo shows some fiery circle that it will revive.
Meyer-Optik G?rlitz Primoplan 581,9 10 photos
14-plate lens with a unique and beautiful bokeh especially in sunlight. The bokeh is atypical, with fine thin rings, which is due to optical scheme, which is derived from triplets. These include nejsv?teln?j?? m42 lenses. Focus distance varies even F1, 9 already know, but doing an excellent job in both backlit and in the side.