Overview I-22U 1: 3,5 F = 50mm P

According provided by lens I-22U 1: 3,5 F = 50mm P huge thanks to Sergey.

Overview I-22U 1: 3,5 F = 50mm P

Overview I-22U 1: 3,5 F = 50mm P

И-22У 1: 3,5 F = 50mm П - a lens from a photographic enlarger. 'I' means 'Industar', 'U' - 'Magnifier', 'P' - 'Enlightenment'. Outwardly, the lens looks like its brothers - I96U-1 3,5 / 50 и I-50U 3.5/50.

There is a variant of the I-22 for film rangefinder cameras - Industar-22 1: 3,5 F = 50mm Pand also one more modification - I-22U-1... The lenses of the Industar brand use a very simple but effective optical design of 4 lenses in 3 groups, similar to that of the Tessar.

I-22U 1: 3,5 F = 50mm P

Enlightenment of the front lens of the I-22U 1: 3,5 lens F = 50mm P

I-22U 1: 3,5 F = 50mm P has only a diaphragm control ring, the ring rotates smoothly, without fixed values. The diaphragm consists of 10 petals and closes to F / 16. The lens does not have a focus ring and therefore is not suitable for ordinary types of shooting, but it can be perfectly used for simple macro photography.

I-22U 1: 3,5 F = 50mm P

I-22U 1: 3,5 F = 50mm P and Industar-50-2 3,5 / 50 M42

Sample Photos

I used I-22U 1: 3,5 F = 50mm P on Nikon cameras using 2 adapters: M39-M42 и M42-Nikon F, you can get by with one M39-Nikon F adapter. On Nikon cameras, the lens is always focused at a distance of 20 cm from the focal plane, and you have to move the camera to focus.

I-22U 1: 3,5 F = 50mm P

View I-22U 1: 3,5 F = 50mm P on the ZK

Other lenses from photo enlargers (U)

INUDSTAR (I):

  1. INDUSTRAR 22U-1 1: 3,5 F = 50mm П | LZOS | 8 petals
  2. I-22U 1: 3,5 F = 50mm П | KOMZ | 10 petals
  3. I23U 4,5 / 110 | LZOS | medium format | 6 petals
  4. I-26m-U 2,8 / 52 | FED | 10 petals
  5. I50U-3,5 / 50 | FOZ | 6 petals
  6. I50U 3,5 / 50 | LZOS | 6 petals
  7. I50U 3,5 / 50 | NGO 'Optics' | 6 petals
  8. I50U-1 3,5 / 50 | LZOS | 6 petals
  9. И50У-1 1:3,5 F=50мм П | LZOS | 8 petals
  10. INDUSTRAR-55U 140 / 4.5 | MMZ | medium format | 9 petals | reader review
  11. INDUSTRAR-58 3,5 / 75 | MMZ | medium format | 9 petals | reader review
  12. I-90U 4/75 | LZOS | medium format | 10 petals
  13. I96U-3.5 / 50 | FOZ | 6 petals
  14. I96U 3,5 / 50 H-22 | NGO 'Optics' | 6 petals
  15. I96U-H-22-3,5/50 | FOZ | 6 petals
  16. I96U-1 3,5 / 50 | FOZ | 6 petals
  17. I-100U 4/110 | LZOS | medium format | 10 petals | reader note

VEGA:

  1. VEGA-11U 2.8/50 | AOMZ | zebra | 12 petals
  2. VEGA-11U 2,8/50 | LZOS | black | 12 petals
  3. VEGA-11U 3/54 | MMZ | black | 12 petals
  4. VEGA-5U 4/105 | AOMZ | medium format | 6 petals
  5. VEGA-5U 4/105 | MMZ | medium format | 6 petals
  6. VEGA-22CA 5,6/103 | MMZ | medium format | 6 petals | reader's review

PZO WARSZAWA:

  1. Mikar / s 4,5 / 55 | PZO WARSZAWA | Made in Poland | 5 petals
  2. Emitar / s 4,5 / 80 | PZO WARSZAWA | Made in Poland | 5 petals
  3. Amar 4,5 / 105 | PZO WARSZAWA | Made in Poland | 6 petals

Plants:

  1. LZOS - Lytkarino Optical Glass Plant, Lytkarino
  2. KOMZ - Kazan Optical and Mechanical Plant, Kazan
  3. MMZ - Minsk Mechanical Plant named after S.I. Vavilova
  4. FOZ - Theodosia Optical Plant
  5. AOMZ - Azov Optical and Mechanical Plant, Azov
  6. NPO Optika - Optics Research and Production Association, Moscow
  7. FED - Kharkov Engineering Plant 'FED' (F. E. Dzerzhinsky)

The names of the lenses are clearly indicated according to the marks on the case.

Use with modern cameras

Lenses with an M39 mounting thread (for enlargers, M39 X 1 / 28.8), such as the lens from this review, are very easy to use on modern cameras, just select correct adapter. On lens reflex cameras can only work in macro mode (shoot small objects with a short focusing distance). On mirrorless cameras, it will be possible to achieve focus on infinity. The cheapest adapters can be found aliexpress.com

For use on modern digital SLR cameras Canon EOS need M39-Canon EOS adapter, you can buy such an adapter (adapter) here. Also, an adapter M39-Canon EOS can be easily replaced with two adapters: M42-Canon EOS + M39-M42. In any case, the lens will always be focused at close distances.

An adapter is required for use on Nikon SLR cameras M39-Nikon F, you can buy such an adapter (adapter) without a lens and a chip here. Also, one adapter M39-Nikon F can be easily replaced with two adapters: M42-Nikon F + M39-M42. In any case, the lens will always be focused at close range.

For such a lens, I advise you to additionally buy macro rings with M42 thread, for example here.

How to use this lens with cameras of other systems (Pentax, Sony, Fujifilm, Olympus, Panasonic, Samsung, Sigma etc.) - ask in the comments and you will be prompted. If you have any questions on compatibility and adapters, ask in the comments (comments do not require any registration at all, any user can add a comment).

Results

I-22U 1: 3,5 F = 50mm P can be purchased for just 5 cu and get good macro photos. I did not dwell on a detailed description of the lens, since all the lenses from the enlargers are quite similar. A more detailed description of the lens from the enlarger can be found in the review. I96U-3.5 / 50 or Vega-11U 2,8/50.

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Comments: 9, on the topic: Overview of I-22U 1: 3,5 F = 50mm P

  • Stan

    Which is sharp, although for a photographic enlarger it cannot be different.

    • Dmitriy

      Four-lens anastigmat for enlarging negatives with a frame size of 24x36 mm. Diaphragm limits 3,5-16, connecting thread М39х1. The “22U” version has a resolution both in the center and at the edges of the frame 17 lines / mm [121, p. 81]. The 22U-1 version has a resolution (center / edge, lin / mm) - 60/20

      http://www.photohistory.ru/index.php?pid=1230911268914618.

      Judging by the photo, this is the version - just an I-22U.

  • Andrei

    Harsh, terrifying :) I liked it!

  • Sergiy

    In the "ABC of photography", 1987, Kiev, publishing house "Tekhnika", D.O.
    I am so rosy that I do not get involved in the little ones lured to the skin.

  • anonym

    In nature, its "updated" version (22U-1, but 1954 onwards) shoots, for example, like this. Once his diaphragm broke (the petals flew out of the ring), repaired, alive. It has a very convenient M39 mount - it is inserted directly into the Nikon socket and sits there almost like a native one (I just hold it so it doesn't fly out).

    • anonym

      I do not know what kind of internal device 22U-1 you have, but if we assume that they are all of the same type, then the diaphragm could only get enough sleep from the FULL UNDERSTANDING of the LENS. ”Of the lens barrel and tightly clamped with the outer retaining ring. If the diaphragm fell out, it means that the lenses were simply “walking” over the lens unit. Maybe that's why the quality of the picture in the photo played a little? Have you figured out what caused the diaphragm to fall out?

      • anonym

        Yes, the stopper has unscrewed. Sorry it took so long. He also walks around because his front lens is slightly scratched. I only took a closer look at this when I was 18. If anything, I carry all Soviet lenses with me in Soviet boxes with self-made foam inserts inside, so, along the way, it was not I who “processed” it that way.
        But he is still alive.

  • alisa Brece

    Good breeds Good! From Book A.Novykh

  • Vadim

    In nature, it turns out that such a lens is found, only with the I-50U marking. I think it's a rare specimen. There are 10 aperture blades inside. Let me know if anyone knows.

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