Overview of Jupiter-8 1: 2 F = 5cm P

For the opportunity lens overview Jupiter-8 1: 2 F = 5cm P Many thanks to Igor Burkov, who sent me a lens from another area.

Overview of Jupiter-8 1: 2 F = 5cm P

Overview of Jupiter-8 1: 2 F = 5cm P

This lens is practically no different from Jupiter-8 2/50... Jupiter-8 1: 2 F = 5cm P - is a standard lens for many rangefinder cameras. To understand how Jupiter-8 1: 2 F = 5cm P works, just look at the review of his brother Jupiter-8 2/50. There is also a version of the lens with a black frame, and with the Contact-Kiev mount.

Lens Jupiter-8 P

Lens Jupiter-8 P

The letter 'P' in the name of the lens speaks of coated optics. I did not notice the differences in enlightenment by eye. The same goes for the image quality of two lenses with and without a 'P'.

Jupiter-8 P lens on a modern camera

Jupiter-8 P lens on a modern camera

Sample Photos

Photos without processing. The lens is interesting for its unique design.

UPDATE 1

Examples of photos on JUPITER-8 1: 2 F = 5cm P (No. 5510288, this) and cameras Nikon D300, Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro shared photographer Alexander Gvozd.

UPDATE 2

More examples of photos on JUPITER-8 1: 2 F = 5cm П №5733686 on camera Nikon D700, Nikon D40 you can see in my gallery at 500px.

Examples on JUPITER-8 1: 2 F = 5cm P

Examples on JUPITER-8 1: 2 F = 5cm P. increase.

Of course, a rangefinder lens on a reflex camera can only work as a macro lens.

Enlightenment of the front lens of the Jupiter-8 P 50mm F2.0 lens and view of the aperture

Enlightenment of the front lens of the Jupiter-8 P 50mm F2.0 lens and view of the aperture

How to use with modern cameras?

Lenses with an M39 thread (for rangefinder cameras, M39 X 1/28.8), such as the lens from this review, are very easy to use on almost any modern digital camera (both SLR and mirrorless), for this you just need to choose the right adapter (adapter). There is no need to carry out any additional actions to remake the lens. The cheapest adapters can be found at Aliexpress.com.

For mirrorless cameras

  1. SONY: For cameras with 'E'/'FE' mount series SonyNEX и Sony Alpha need here is an adapter M39 -Sony E (aka L39 -Sony Nex).
  2. OLYMPUS / PANASONIC / KODAK / XIAOMI: For cameras with a bayonet mount Micro 4/3 (Micro 4:3) need here is an adapter M39-Micro 4/3.
  3. CANON M: For cameras with Canon EF-M mount need here is such an adapter M39-Canon M.
  4. CANON R and RF-S: For cameras with Canon RF mount need here is such an adapter M39-Canon R.
  5. Nikon 1: For cameras Nikon 1 Series need here is such an adapter M39-Nikon 1.
  6. Nikon Z: For cameras Nikon Z series (FX/DX) needed here is such an adapter M39-Nikon Z.
  7. FUJIFILM X: For cameras with mount X need here is such an adapter M39-Fuji X.
  8. FUJIFILM GFX: For medium format cameras G-mount need here is such an adapter M39-Fuji GFX.
  9. SAMSUNG: NX mount cameras require here is an adapter M39-Samsung NX. There are no adapters for the NX mini camera yet.
  10. SIGMA / PANASONIC / LEICA: For cameras with L mount need here is such an adapter M39-Leica L.
  11. LEICA: For cameras with a bayonet mount Leica M need here is an adapter M39-L / M.

It's important: for SLR cameras, only macro mode is possible (can only shoot at very close focusing distances).

For SLR cameras (macro mode only)

  1. Canon: For cameras Canon EOS with bayonet mount EF / EF-S need here is an adapter M39 -Canon EOS.
  2. NIKON: For cameras Nikon DX / FXas well as for cameras Fujifilm и Kodak with Nikon F mount needed here is such an adapter M39 -Nikon F (some cameras will only work in M-mode).
  3. PENTAX: For Pentax K-mount cameras, you need here is such an adapter M39 -Pentax K.
  4. SONY/MINOLTA: For cameras with a Sony/Minolta A mount, you need here is an adapter M39 -Sony A.
  5. OLYMPUS/PANASONIC/LEICA: For cameras with 4/3 mount (not to be confused with Micro 4/3!) here is an adapter M39 -4/3.

Reviews of the lenses of the Jupiter-8 series:

  1. JUPITER-8 1: 2 F = 5cm П | Arsenal | Contax-Kiev | 1956
  2. JUPITER-8М 1: 2 F = 5 cm | Arsenal | Contax-Kiev | 1961 | reader's review
  3. JUPITER-8М 1: 2 F = 5cm П | Arsenal | Contax-Kiev | 1963
  4. JUPITER-8М 2/50 | Arsenal | Contax-Kiev | 1977
  5. JUPITER-8М 2/53 | Arsenal | Contax-Kiev | 1978
  6. Jupiter-8 1: 2 F = 5cm П | KMZ | M39 | 1958 | white
  7. Jupiter-8 2/50 | KMZ | M39 | 1962 | white
  8. Jupiter-8 2/50 | KMZ | from the TV camera 'Electronics L-50' | 1965
  9. Jupiter-8 2/50 | KMZ | M39 | 1974 | black | review from Rodion Eshmakov
  10. Examples on JUPITER-8 2/50 (black, M39)
  11. 500PX Gallery
  12. Video about Jupiter-8

Jupiter-8 also exists in early versions under the names:

  1. ZK 1: 2 F = 5cm P | KMZ | folding frame | ~ 1948 | M39
  2. Vigilant ZK 1: 2 F = 5cm P | KMZ | white with ears | ~ 1949 | M39
Jupiter-8 P

Jupiter-8 P

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Comments: 27, on the topic: Overview of Jupiter-8 1: 2 F = 5cm P

  • Ivan

    Yes, the picture is really unique, I look at the review and the impulse in my soul, I also buy such a lens for myself, but then I turn on my mind, oh, long-range, and I rarely shoot macro, it will just lie on the shelf.

  • Inzoom

    The drawing is called plastic.
    Go to the film, and shoot with rangefinders :)

    • The

      You take a mirrorless camera and smile with all your teeth. I don’t understand at all why you are carrying these coffins behind you now? Only if a tribute to fashion.

  • Tyoma Tru

    Or a mirrorless mirror! I have this only with the letter M Contacts-Kiev. One of the best in my small collection. It’s surprisingly small in size with such abilities, and the background and bokeh are a sight for sore eyes. It's just that the adapter is not so easy to order (But you need to take pictures to Kiev 4A.

    • Sergei

      Darkness, I have Kiev 4A with the same Jupiter 8M p. How to install it on Nikon, which adapter is needed?

    • Julia

      Good afternoon!

      And what kind of adapter is needed to put such a lens on a DSLR? What is the correct type of bayonet mount for Jupiter 8M?

  • Alexey

    And no one tried to use negative lenses? Can you make changes to the design in order to bring the lens closer to the matrix? If you have experience write.

  • Anna

    Tell the deletant how to fasten it to the 650D Kenon. What kind of adapter do you need?

  • Sergei

    There are 2 lenses Jupiter 8 for the rangefinder, the M39 thread and for the old Kiev is not mirror (bayonet) for 2 tr. post office boss.wret@mail.ru Voronezh write or call 9003023540

  • Jury

    and on the micro4 \ 3 camera (OLYMPUS .. AND TP) it works like a portrait-2/100 mm, and it costs a penny

    • Yaroslav

      you forget about one moment, along with an increase in EGF from a smaller matrix, an increase in depth of field occurs, equivalent to the Crop Factor * current diaphragm, i.e. light mb and like 2,0, but DOF, like 4,0

  • Jura ^ _ ^

    I am amazed at the photo and I catch up with the monocle I am not looking at. Well, "the taste and color ...".

    Alone, scho privablyuє - yogo miniature "nevagomist" on mirrorless cameras.

    Perhaps, the "cinema" is okay to show yourself "for the recognition" ..? Hmm ..
    Arkadiyu, can you be sure, even if you don’t have a mirrorless mirror, add your old look around with normal photographs.?

  • Alexander

    I have such a lens idle at home ...

  • anonym

    This and the mass of lenses in your reviews are created only to take pictures of petals and flowers from 30 centimeters?

    • B. R. P.

      This rangefinder, the SLR will not work differently.

  • Yang

    Not to notice the difference between optics with enlightenment and optics without enlightenment - this says a lot about the narrator.

  • Andrei

    Good afternoon!
    Will this lens fit the Zorkiy first series?
    If you need an adapter, tell me how to find and what to look for.

    • Rodion

      It will do, although usually the rangefinder has a significant spread of the segment - sometimes you need to take it into account. Also will most likely have to readjust the rangefinder. At least with FED it was such a pain)

      • Cucuruzo

        For the future. The sharp-sighted ones already come with a standard flange distance (28,8mm), so there are no problems with them. The only problem is the curtains and initially bent rangefinders. Early FED has such a jamb as the spread of the working segment, but on the post-war such a bug was "fixed"

        • Rodion

          From my own experience, I noticed that often different m39 type u-8 lenses in fact have a different length when compared on the same digital camera with the same adapter.

          • Trueash

            Rodion, hello,
            I faced such a problem: I tried to put the I-26 (with a leash) on the UPC, got a not weak flight over infinity. Is this just a case of a wrong cut of the lens itself?

            • Rodion

              If the adapter is normal, then it may be so. Although there are some kind of krekhodniki too.

              • Trueash

                Thanks for the answer, a little comforted. And then I thought I was screwed up with the adapter.

            • Andrei

              I have 2 Indus-26M, Yupi-8, Industar-50, Industar-61, they work clearly without flying to the bzk. Conventional adapter L39-nex.

  • Andrei

    There is another floodless version of Jupiter-8, which has no review.
    White with aperture scale on the rear lens barrel. I have one from KMZ with number 000694. It was put on Zorky-3, 3C, 3M, 4. Draws very atmospheric. Such as here: http://bar90cameras.ru/zorkijj-3-1955-g-5516670

  • Den

    I screwed it onto a Samsung mirrorless camera. Luxurious bokeh. You can’t confuse with anything and you can’t compare with anything. Only if you take the original. I'm just thinking.

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