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  1. Oleg
    22.07.2020

    Well, that's pretty interesting

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  2. B. R. P.
    23.07.2020

    Thanks for the review, there are interesting photos.

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  3. Sergei
    23.07.2020

    Unfortunately, our market for used optics is a priori inclined to overestimate the cost of all old OKS cinematographic lenses.
    Among them there are wonderful models and specimens, and there are optics that are quite ordinary in the picture. But the price tag for OKS is always rather big, plus not all of them are well adapted to modern digital mirrorless cameras.
    Therefore, I will support Rodion's opinion that often the products of the Chinese optical industry may be preferable.

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  4. TSerg
    23.07.2020

    Rodion, thanks for the review of this filmmaker. Interesting.
    I liked the bokeh and "sunny rain" of this lens. All this can be used wisely and with some practice. It would be interesting to see macro shots with this lens upside down.
    Regarding the price of it and many other filmmakers of the Soviet era, I fully agree with the author of the previous commentary.

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    • Rodion
      24.07.2020

      There is a macro photo on it at the Lens Club, in the reverse.

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  5. Roman
    24.07.2020

    Nice glass.

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  6. Basil
    18.10.2020

    Yesterday I tried it on twigs in bokeh

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  7. Basil
    18.10.2020

    +1

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