Reviews from Rodion Eshmakov

Rodion Eshmakov

Rodion Eshmakov (Intagram).

  1. Review of the LOMO Epi 9×0.2 microscope lens, adapted in two versions to the RMS standard
  2. Comparison of the pattern and image quality of projection and film lenses RO2-2M 75/2, LOMO Zh-53 75/2, LOMO RO506-1 80/2
  3. Microscopic optics on a camera. Review of microscope lens Plan 4×0.1 160/0.17 (China, no-name)
  4. LOMO RO506-1 F = 80 1: 2
  5. Meopta Meostigmat 90/2
  6. Vega-9 2,1 / 50
  7. Tair-3 1:4,5 F=30 cm
  8. Projection aplanates: “Petzvali” and “Richter”
  9. Minolta MC Rokkor-PF 1: 1.4 f = 58mm
  10. RO2-2M 75/2
  11. 7Artisans 28 / 1.4 DJ-OPTICAL
  12. FED 1:3,5 F=50 mm
  13. Voigtländer Ultron 1:2/28
  14. Laina TS-E Mount II
  15. 7artisans 35mm F2.0 (Leica M)
  16. 35KP-1,8 / 65
  17. “KO-140” 1:2,2 F–14cm
  18. SMC Pentax 1:1.2/50 Asahi Opt. Co.,Japan
  19. Voigtlander Ultron 21mm F1.8 Aspherical
  20. 7Artisans 35mm F / 5.6 wen
  21. Lomography x Zenit New Russar+ 5.6/20 L39/M
  22. Zenitar 0.95 / 50
  23. Adapted projection lens LETI-60/60M F=92 1:2 (KOMZ)
  24. Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 1: 3,5 f = 7,5cm
  25. Zenit IR Tele 2,8/135
  26. Film projection lens 35KP-1,8/120 adapted for use with modern cameras
  27. Optical materials and their applications - lecture by Rodion Eshmakov, Astrofest 2023
  28. Mir-25MT 3,5/30 (KMZ). Overview of the adapted lens from the endoscope
  29. Optical materials and their applications
  30. MP RSFSR GLAVOCHTEKHPROM PLANT №6 ★ F=7.7cm ★
  31. Lightdow f/6.3 MF 500mm Mirror Lens
  32. Voigtländer Braunschweig Heliar 1:4,5 F=13,5cm
  33. "Plastic-fiction": Triplet-69-3 40 / 3.5 from the "Viliya-auto" camera as a "pancake" for SLR cameras + computational bonus: studying the "Triplet" scheme in Zemax
  34. LOMO OKP4-80-1 F=80 1:1,8
  35. Meopta Meostigmat 100/1.7
  36. TTArtisan DJ-OPTICAL 50 / 2
  37. LENKINAP OKS1A-75-1 F=75 1:2 P
  38. Carl Zeiss Jena SO-3.1 P-Flektogon 35/2.8
  39. Carl Zeiss Sonnar 2.8 / 135 T * (C / Y)
  40. Pentakta 4/40 microfiche projection lens adapted for mirrorless cameras. Review from Rodion Eshmakov
  41. Nameless brass aplanat 150 mm F/8, second half of the XNUMXth century. Review from Rodion Eshmakov
  42. Samyang Mirror Lens 500 mm 1:6.3 DX. Comparison with Rubinar 500/5.6.
  43. Miranda 24mm 1:2.8 MC Macro (Cosina 24/2.8 MC Macro).
  44. Shift adapter Fotodiox Pro Shift EOS-NEX as a means of taking "medium format" pictures on a small format camera
  45. About the development of new LZOS lenses presented at the Innoprom-2022 exhibition
  46. Ross London Wide Angle Xpress 5in F/4. Overview of an aerial photographic lens from the Second World War
  47. LOMO P-5 F=90 1:2. Overview of a projection lens adapted for mirrorless cameras
  48. Sony A7s Impressions
  49. LOMO Zh-54 F=85 1:2/ Overview of a projection lens adapted for use with modern cameras
  50. Uran-27 1:2,5 F=10cm (KOMZ) - aerial photography lens adapted for use with modern cameras
  51. KO-120 1:2.1 F=12cm. An overview of the adapted film projection lens
  52. Filming LOMO OKS1-300-1 F=300 1:3.5
  53. MS Rubinar 2/100 (LZOS, 1992). Overview of a prototype telephoto portrait lens
  54. Interview with the ex-head of the optical sector of consumer goods and civilian products of the Krasnogorsk Mechanical Plant Vladimir Bogdankov - especially for Radozhiva
  55. Belar-2 2,5/90 (MMZ). Review of a rare overhead projection lens adapted for modern cameras by Rodion Eshmakov
  56. Lens 37 mm F/1.0 from night vision goggles PNV-57E (LZOS), adapted for mirrorless cameras. Review by Rodion Eshmakov
  57. Mirror-lens 5x lens of the night vision device "Cathode MNV", adapted for mirrorless cameras. Review from Rodion Eshmakov.
  58. Demilitarization: 50mm f/1.5, TVNO-2B tank night vision lens adapted for mirrorless cameras
  59. Projection 16KP-1,4 / 65 (IPZ, Ukraine), adapted for use with mirrorless cameras
  60. Overhead projection Triplet-5 100 / 2.8 (Rogachevsky plant "Overhead projector") with a homemade 0.7x speed booster
  61. Boyer Paris Saphir 1: 1.9 F = 75
  62. KO-90 1: 1,9 F = 9cm
  63. Russia is the homeland of elephants "or how KMZ made new lenses for professionals
  64. 7Artisans DJ-OPTICAL 50 / 1.1
  65. Industar-26m 1: 2,8 F = 5 cm P V2
  66. MSZM-7K 5,6 / 300
  67. Triplet 78 / 2.8
  68. Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 1: 2,8 f = 80 mm T
  69. Pentacon 2.8/125mm
  70. Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 1: 2,8 f = 7,5cm
  71. Carl Zeiss Jena 1Q Tessar 3,5 / 105 T
  72. MC Rubinar 5,6 / 500 Macro
  73. Cyclop 1,5 / 85
  74. PUSK-16 (50 / 2.8)
  75. Carl Zeiss Jena Dokumar 8/38
  76. Canon Lens EF-S 24mm 1: 2.8 STM
  77. Nippon Kogaku Japan Nikkor-P Auto 1: 2.5 f = 105mm
  78. Tokina 17 / 3.5 RMC (II)
  79. RMC TOKINA 80-200mm 1: 4
  80. RMC Tokina 100-300mm 1: 5.6
  81. Industar-29 1: 2,8 F = 8cm P (Arsenal)
  82. INDUSTAR-22 1: 3.5 F = 50mm. Moscow (KMZ)
  83. Industar-50 3,5 / 50 (LZOS, 1969)
  84. Industar-61L 2,8 / 50 (LZOS)
  85. Industar-24M 1: 3,5 F = 10,5 cm P (KMZ)
  86. Industar-26m 1: 2,8 F = 5 cm P (FED)
  87. I-26m (Industar-26M) 52 / 2.8
  88. Industar-22 1: 3,5 F = 5cm P (KMZ, 1954)
  89. Industar-61L / D 2,8 / 55
  90. Industar-55U 140 / 4.5
  91. Industar-58U
  92. Industar-22 1: 3,5 F = 50mm P (KMZ)
  93. Helios-44 1: 2 F = 5,8 cm P KMZ
  94. Helios-65T 1: 2 F = 5cm (KMZ)
  95. Era-12 125/4
  96. Jupiter-21T 200/4, KMZ (1968)
  97. JUPITER-9 1: 2 F = 8.5cm (KMZ)
  98. MC Jupiter-9 2/85 (LZOS)
  99. Jupiter-9 1: 2 F = 8,5cm P (KMZ, 1959)
  100. JUPITER-8 2/50 (KMZ, M39)
  101. Jupiter-3 1: 1,5 F = 5cm P (ZOMZ, 1963)
  102. Jupiter-12 2,8 / 35 (LZOS, 1973)
  103. BK 1: 2,8 F = 3.5cm P
  104. MC MIR-20M 3,5 / 20
  105. MIR-1 2,8 / 37A (ZOMZ, 1973)
  106. MC Zenitar 1.2 / 50s
  107. TAIR-3 4,5 / 300-A (ZOMZ, 1967)
  108. Tair-62T 95 / 2.5
  109. Tair-41 50/2 (LZOS)
  110. Vega-5U 4/105 (MMZ)
  111. Vega-22UTs F / 5.6 (2.5) 103 mm (MMZ)
  112. VEGA-3 2,8 / 50 (KMZ)
  113. VEGA-M-1 2,8 / 35 from the rare Narcissus chamber
  114. MC RUBINAR 300/4.5 Macro
  115. MC Rubinar 8/500 MACRO
  116. TRIPLET Triplet 2.8 / 78 (MMZ)
  117. PO 500-1 F9CM. 1: 2 P
  118. Soft achromat 135 / 2.8
  119. Triplet-69-3 4/40
  120. Triplet 69-3 4/40 from the Silhouette-Electro camera
  121. Overhead lens Triplet 78 / 2.8
  122. KO-120M 1: 1.8 F = 120mm
  123. KO-120M 120 / 1.8 with a diaphragm and helicoid
  124. 35KP-1,8 / 75
  125. 35KP-1.8 / 120
  126. 35KP-1.8 / 100 (MMZ named after Vavilov)
  127. Uranus-27 (Uranus-27) 2.5 / 100
  128. Instrument lens option FS-2 300 / 4.5
  129. Filming lens LOMO OKS1-40-1 40 / 2.5
  130. LENKINAP RO500-1 F = 9cm 1: 2 P
  131. ZM-5A 8/500
  132. LOMO T-43 40/4
  133. Review of a homemade lens-achromat 50 / 3.5 from gluing the Zenit-TTL sighting device
  134. F = 137 137 / 5.6 (3.5), KOMZ
  135. FED-5
  136. LOMO OKS11-35-1 F = 35 1: 2
  137. LOMO OKS1-22-1 F = 22 1: 2.8
  138. Minitar 1 1: 2.8 32 mm (LOMO)
  139. LOMO J-53 F = 75 1: 2
  140. 1Q T 1: 2.8 f = 50 aus Jena (Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 50 / 2.8 DDR)
  141. Carl Zeiss Jena 1Q Pancolar 2/50
  142. MC Carl Zeiss Jena DDR Pancolar auto 1.8 / 80
  143. Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 1: 2,8 f = 8cm
  144. MC CARL ZEISS JENA PRAKTICAR 1: 1.4 f = 50mm
  145. Carl Zeiss Jena 1Q Sonnar 2,8 / 180
  146. Carl Zeiss Jena DDR Sonnar 4 / 300
  147. Carl Zeiss Jena DDR Tevidon 1.8 / 50
  148. Petzval 180 mm f / 4.5 (A. Darlot, Paris, 1862)
  149. VMC Vivitar Series 1 Macro Focusing 28-90 MM1: 2.8-3.5
  150. Westron 35 / 2.8
  151. Meyer-Optik Görlitz Primoplan 1: 1.9 / 58 V
  152. MC PENTACON PRAKTICAR 1: 2.4 f = 50mm
  153. KONICA HEXANON AR 40mm 40mm F1.8 (40 / 1.8)
  154. Schneider Super Cinelux 70/2
  155. Rodenstock Rodagon 1: 2.8 f = 50 mm
  156. Zenit-12SD
  157. Pentakta 2.8 (2) / 30
  158. Implementation of vignetting control "in glass and iron"
  159. Canon Lens EF 40mm 1: 2.8 STM. Jubilee hundredth review from Rodion Eshmakov

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