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  1. Lex
    20.09.2013

    A cool drawing is given by many old lenses, it is a pity that many wretchedly look on modern central controllers.

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    • Do_Oraemon
      20.09.2013

      Yes, wretchedly, okay, we’ll reconcile ... But the fact that almost all Soviet lenses do not hold back and side light well due to the quality of enlightenment - this is really a bid-pichal :-(

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  2. Eugene
    20.09.2013

    It is very interesting to know the opinion - what is the best lens or Jupiter 37A? Just one and the other “A” - can be put on a nikon through the CP.

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  3. Valentin Kalenichenko
    21.09.2013

    “White Tair-11 was sharper than its black counterparts.” Everything is very simple: “white” was produced until the beginning of the 70s of the last century, when the USSR had a more stringent technological discipline, especially in the defense industry, where all optics were produced. Therefore, as a rule, all “white” Zenith optics (M39 landing thread) are better than their “black counterparts” with M42 thread. Perhaps the exception is the “black” Helios-44 for Zenith-3M (M39), issued in 1970 by the Minsk Mechanical Plant according to the new GOST with a minimum resolution (center / edge) of 40/20 instead of 35/14 of the old: The picture is sharper. Yu-37A sharper than the T-11A.

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    • anonym
      15.08.2014

      “White Tair-11 was sharper than its black counterparts”
      Honestly, for me this is a mystery. 11A was corrected precisely "for sharpness." Tair-11 has a pronounced sphere, because of which even a certain shift in focusing is observed during aperture. In Tahir-11A, this is completely invisible, there the spherical well cleaned up. Tair-11 because of the softness and plasticity in my arsenal. And 11A sold it to a lover of sharpness.

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  4. NikitosZs
    21.09.2013

    Very much like Jupiter-11 (Grenade) ... Only my Jupiter is dark compared to this.

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    • mAlex
      10.01.2020

      “Jupiter” is the Soviet clone “Zonnara” (except for the width “12”), recounted by Maltsev, that is, a descendant of a triplet, and “Tair” is a purely Soviet invention, a completely normal telephoto, author - prof. There are no hairs, and nothing in common, except for some similarity of the frame, between them. And the frame for different lenses in general can be the same (of ours - Helios-44M, Helios-77, Zenitar-M, or Industar-26, Jupiter-8, Industar-61LD ”), And may be different for the same lens -“ Jupiter-11 ”in this sense is very diverse.

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  5. R'RёS,R ° F "RёR№
    22.09.2013

    Thanks for the review.

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  6. Andrei
    23.09.2013

    Yu-37 my friend bokeh and menshu svitlosilu vid tair-11, tair m ”yakishe malyuє

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  7. Zmitser
    03.10.2013

    Has anyone planted it on Nikon while maintaining focus on infinity?

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  8. Kirill
    23.10.2013

    I have a fotik Nikon 5100 on which I installed the M42 adapter (I originally used it for Helios 58) so as not to bother with the purchase of the M39 adapter (which costs more somewhere around 1,5 -2 p.) I decided to buy a transition ring on m39 and install a tair on it. Those. the connection system is as follows: carcass fotika, adapter M42, adapter lowering ring m39-42, Tair11 lens. So, when the lens was disconnected, the adapter ring stuck in the adapter, we removed the adapter and began to twist it. Maybe there is some kind of device for removing the adapter ring from the adapter?

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    • Maksim
      11.03.2017

      I pre-oiled the ring with oil. Just a little bit to slide.

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  9. Sergei
    24.10.2013

    He put it on a Nikon d7000, bought 2 adapters, with and without glass. Without glass, infinity is lost; with glass, the photograph is completely soapy. What's the trouble? And another question, does it work correctly? Indeed, in the lens settings you can not set the value to 133, only 135

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  10. Alexander
    26.11.2013

    Thanks for the review.
    I wonder how he behaves on the crop?
    And can infinity be done without a lens? (I will try later to ask a question to Kuryanov)

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    • anonym
      15.08.2014

      On Olympus and Sony, you can easily. They have 44 and 44,5 and this is clearly less than 45,2. Therefore, everything is decided by the adapter. On Kenon and Nikon, in principle, too, but this will require turning work or a set of quotation rings for adjustment under 45,5 or 46,5.

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  11. Eugene
    26.01.2014

    It’s excellent on the crop ... .. I have Tahir 133 white, broken from Ukraine, broken up, the diaphragm in a heap, or at customs Ukrainians twisted something, or during transportation, in short a mystery covered in darkness, without hesitation, I sent this miracle to Moscow to Sergey Elizarov, Vlt is a master !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! God grant him health, not only did he put the glass in its original form, but he also made it infinity, without a lens ... ... I have a thin piece of adapter, without any lens ... ... this is my favorite lens, despite the fact that there are a lot of Nikonov’s relatives ... ... When you put it on, you feel differently ... You could have done it before ... ..Even something like pride

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    • parab2009@rambler.ru
      20.03.2015

      So, katsape! At all winnie hohly! First of all, having bought an old story about, in fact, for 40 people - you don’t be amazed at this old look!

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    • Bogdan
      10.04.2015

      Hello Eugene. You can tell the coordinates / address of the photo master Sergey Elizarov. I have an approximate problem with Jupiter-9 (white M39). It requires complete disassembly, configuration and high-quality assembly.

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      • mAlex
        23.01.2020

        White thin “Jupiter-11” does not require the intervention of a master, probably in 99% of cases. He is as simple as a bowler hat. It spins when rotating the upper and lower parts with a strong grip of hands, after which you will get a lens block in one hand with a diaphragm and its control ring, and in the other a helicoid. There will be an adjustment ring between them - it is undesirable to lose it, but you can replace it with a set of washers cut from a beer can if necessary. Then you will see for yourself what to remove and where to turn it, it is not necessary to disassemble it completely to lubricate the helicoid, that is, it is not necessary to separate the external and internal parts, just rinse the assembly with “Kalosha” gasoline, then it is lubricated with any grease that does not destroy aluminum. The “Contact” lens also has a rangefinder rotation unit, if the lens works with a digital camera, this unit is simply removed, especially since it is rather difficult to twist and it makes focusing difficult.

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  12. Rada
    24.05.2014

    Hello. I choose between this lens and the Pentacon 2,8 135 mm. What would you advise? .. I understand that this is subjective, but still.

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  13. Pauline
    11.07.2014

    Interesting photos are obtained with him ... tell me, is there any point in taking it as a portrait if you already have a Zenit 77M-4?

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    • Lynx
      28.07.2014

      Yes. This is another focal and completely different picture.

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    • mAlex
      23.01.2020

      “Helios” and “Tair” are completely different in design. “Tahir” is more watercolor or something, and gives an even background, “Helios” - it is 44 “Helios”, and 103 “Helios”, and 89 “Helios”, they are all with “strokes” in a more or less twisted around the center frame bokeh, the top of the pyramid - oil “G-40” with twisted bokeh, “G-77” not far from it.

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  14. anonym
    13.08.2014

    Actually, Tair-11 and Tair-11A are completely different lenses. Tair-11 is valuable by the residual spherical, due to which its pattern depends little on aperture. Depth of field depends, but the picture does not. This is a great portraiture, but not a telephoto. Tair-11A is completely differently adjusted. This is a sharp high-speed telephoto for landscape and architectural shooting of those scenes where 133 mm is needed. But for portraits it is somewhat “wrong”, it has lost its plasticity and softness. So choose by goals. I am delighted with the 11th, and I gave 11A “in favor of the poor.”

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  15. Sergei
    30.09.2014

    Tell me, I tried to put this lens through the M39-Sony NEX adapter to the Sony A7, I can’t even focus on the object 15 meters from me.

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    • anonym
      09.02.2015

      adapter m39 - for rangefinder optics with a short working length.
      it is necessary to put on the adapter m42 and add the ring m39-m42

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  16. Sergei
    30.09.2014

    That is, I can not focus on nearby objects, the minimum focusing distance is too far.

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  17. Sergei
    28.03.2016

    My white Tair produced by KMZ has a thread for a 52 mm light filter.

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    • Agasyan
      14.02.2018

      In white Tahir 11, a ring can be screwed at the end, lowering the diameter by 49 mm, so if you remove it, then you can install filters with a diameter of 52 mm. As you can see from the photo, you have already taken off this lowering ring.

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  18. anonym
    01.02.2017
  19. anonym
    16.03.2017

    Tests a portrait lens - not a single portrait.

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  20. Athos
    19.04.2017

    Hello. 5500r for tair 11 adequate price? The condition is very good.

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    • Alexey
      19.04.2017

      Quite once I only saw for 4500r.

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      • anonym
        31.08.2018

        Often problem lenses are sold for minimum price tags, and then the joy of the low price for Tair-11 at 4500 rubles will be lost when testing the lens. Therefore, chasing especially cheap options is risky.

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      • Michael
        31.08.2018

        And so the joy will be lost immediately because of the price of manual antiquity. Now they really want a lot for them

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  21. Sergei
    14.02.2018

    Expensive compared to Jupiter 37A due to the small circulation of KMZ, I will compare it with KOMZ (2-3 times). Optically weaker than the Apo-telezenitar of the same KMZ.

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  22. Dmitriy
    24.07.2018

    buy Tair 11 :)
    prorock-21@rambler.ru

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  23. Sergei
    01.09.2019

    fuck you need it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! buy poop from asshole for 10 rubles! bought a canon with broken autofocus, the canon 000mm by 85 for 1.8 rubles, screwed it through an adapter to the sony a2000, brought out the line from the diaphragm and bastard from the photo! sharp beautiful !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      01.09.2019

      Everyone can only be happy for you.

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    • Denis
      23.05.2020

      Nonsense))

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  24. Maria
    13.11.2019

    Good afternoon.

    I read that Tahira was all designed for DSLRs.

    In pedovikia, “Tair” is a family of telephoto lenses of increased aperture ratio, which were produced in the USSR for SLR cameras

    Do I understand correctly that it’s enough to put the necessary adapters and focus on it (I didn’t really think about infinity).

    Thank you

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    • Maria
      13.11.2019

      The question arose on TV, which is not in the reviews. In the reviews, only televisions with M42 threads and adapters, I now have in my hands with the M39.

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      • Roman
        13.11.2019

        The M39-M42 ring and the M42 adapter are your system.

        Canon may have problems with infinity, and may not be. The difference between M39 and M42 is 0,3 mm along the working distance, if the lens has a small flight, there will be infinity.

        On Nikon, infinity will not be exact.

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