Set 29 37 58 85 100 135 Silver Soviet Vintage Lens

$3,200

Anamorphic Flare & Bokeh Purple Full Frame Arri PL mount
  • Has excellent technical characteristics
  • Made out of glass and metal only, build like a tank
  • Has rich history, based on Carl Zeiss optical formulas
  • Unique opportunity to meet the legend

This will meet all your creative needs!

ANAMORPHIC FLARE & BOKEH PURPLE MOD
This modifications creates orange anamorphic flares and anamorphic style oval bokeh, which works particularly well for drama and art-house films!

  
  • Lens is fully ready to use
  • Lens looks like new
  • Have DE-CLICK aperture
  • Smooth focus
  • Lenses have metal focus & iris gears
  • Lenses have front and rear caps
  • Lenses come with an carry case
  • Focusing in full range, including infinity
  • Glasses have small traces of use
  • Inside there is no dust
  • Aperture blades free of oil
  • Have front screw filter size 77mm and outcide diameter 80mm
  • The lens has undergone cleaning and testing by the qualified master.

PENTACON 29mm F2.8

This is popular a German lens made in the former GDR.
It’s compact and lightweight with a great angle of view on Full Frame sensor and incredible 0.25mm close focus capabilities that are useful both on FF and on smaller sensors where you might use this lens as a midrange choice.
This lens produces fairly sharp results wide open and sharpens up even more at F4. It also has somewhat “swirly bokeh” when used wide open, which makes it a perfect match to a Soviet legend, the King of Bokeh – Helios 44-2.

Specs:

  • Sensor Size Coverage: 24×36 mm Full Frame
  • Focal length: 29mm
  • Aperture: F2.8
  • Minimum Focusing Distance: 0.25m
  • Focus ring rotation: 160 degrees
  • Angle of View (on FF): 73 degrees
  • Aperture range: 2.8 to 22
  • Aperture Blades: 6
  • Optical Formula: 7 elements in 7 groups
  • Modul Focus & Iris gears: 0.8
  • Weight: 250g

MIR-1B 37mm F2.8

This lens very popular wide/mid-range lens, same as Mir-20 was also closely based on Zeiss Flektogon equivalent.
It’s a favourite lens of many thanks to its incredible flares, if that is your thing (see 00:45 & 01:23 for a few examples of those flares).
This lens also has one big downside: the closest focusing distance of just 0.70m making it somewhat unusable for capturing proper close-ups.
If you want to learn a bit more about this lens, make sure to check out my review.

Specs:

  • Min Focusing Distance: 0.7m
  • Angle of View (FF): 60°
  • Focus Throw: Approx. 270°
  • Aperture Blades: 8
  • Aperture Range: F2.8 – F16
  • Weight (with mods): 311g

58/2 HELIOS 44-2

Best vintage lens: small, cheap, far from perfect, but incredible in so many ways.
There are many versions of this lens with the 44-2 model being the most common.
All versions though were based on the amazing Zeiss’s Biotar 58mm, which explains why Helios 58mm is so well regarded.
It’s always the first lens I recommend to anyone wishing to try out vintage lenses.
It pretty much has it all including the beautiful dreamy flares, very unique swirly bokeh and a great sharpness (providing you get lucky with your copy).
Minimum focusing distance is 0.50m, so gets you pretty nice close-ups with this lens, making it very popular for mid/close portrait shots.

Specs:

  • Min Focusing Distance: 0.5m
  • Angle of View (FF): 40°
  • Focus Throw: Approx. 270°
  • Aperture Blades: 8 (13 blade version exist and IronGlass can install a 16 blade version)
  • Aperture Range: F2.8 – F16
  • Weight (with mods): 319g

 

JUPITER-9 85mm F2

This lens competes the very popular Soviet Trio (37mm 58mm 85mmm).
This one based on Zeiss Sonnar equivalent and shares most of the characteristics with the other 2 lenses it’s often used with.
One of its coolest features is the 15 blade aperture, which keeps that bokeh nice and round at any F-stop.
Even though at 0.8m its minimum focusing distance is not outstanding, it’s great for really tight “bohehlicios” shots.
The only reason I don’t use it more is that I love my Helios 44 so much!

Specs:

  • Min Focusing Distance: 0.8m
  • Angle of View (FF): 28°
  • Focus Throw: Approx. 250°
  • Aperture Blades: 15
  • Aperture Range: F2 – F16
  • Weight (with mods): 474g

KALEINAR-5H 100mm F2.8

This lens is considered to be one of the best Soviet portrait lenses.
It’s well known for its excellent sharpness, close focus ability that provides beautiful separation between the subject and the background and produces pleasant, flattering images. This is an essential tool in any lens kit!

Specs:

  • Sensor Size Coverage: 24×36 mm Full Frame
  • Focal length: 100mm
  • Aperture: F2.8
  • Minimum Focusing Distance: 0.8m
  • Focus ring rotation: 270 degrees
  • Angle of View (on FF): 24.5 degrees
  • Aperture range: 2.8 to 22
  • Aperture Blades: 6
  • Optical Formula: 5 elements in 5 groups
  • Modul Focus & Iris gears: 0.8
  • Weight: 430g

JUPITER-37A 135mm F3.5

Specs:

  • Sensor Size: 24×36 mm Full Frame
  • Focal length: 135mm
  • Aperture: 1:3.5
  • Minimum Focusing Distance: 1.2 metters
  • Focus ring rotates 270 degrees
  • Viewing angle: 18 degrees
  • Diaphragm scale: from 2 to 22
  • Quantity of petals of a diaphragm: 12
  • Inside: 4 glasses in 3 groups
  • Modul Focus & Iris gears: 0.8
  • Weight: 560 gramm

 

Weight 9.7 kg

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