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  1. UstasFritZZZ
    29.12.2020

    Thanks for the review, it was informative

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  2. Sergei
    01.01.2021

    The thing is purely collectible.
    In addition, this lens (like Jupiter-12), due to the large rear optical element, cannot be crammed into a cropped Sony mirrorless camera (and not only ...), which reduces its relevance.
    But, due to the availability of the Soviet version, incl. for the price, continues to hold interest for full-frame mirrorless cameras.

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  3. Neutron star
    03.01.2021

    "The first post-war lenses, made on German equipment and, possibly, glass taken out for reparations, with the help of German specialists ..."
    The glass had its own, like the designers! In the USSR, starting from the post-revolutionary years, the production of optical glass of the highest grades was established and the training of highly qualified personnel began. There is no need here "la-la, everything is stolen from the Germans."

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    • Rodion Eshmakov
      03.01.2021

      In this case, not one's own and not one's own - a well-known fact. In general, Zenith himself does not deny this, what are you talking about?

      PS Your mail is very original indicated in order to leave a comment. Sounds like the truth, I agree.

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    • Alexander
      09.01.2021

      not stolen, but taken as a very modest compensation. The fact that at first they used German glass is a well-known fact, which is confirmed by the people who established production at that time. Then the optical design was recalculated for other types of glass, and these were already different lenses.

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    • Alexey
      09.01.2021

      but there was almost nothing of its own in the USSR. I speak as a person who worked at a large number of enterprises of the military-industrial complex of the USSR. the most accurate metal-working machines were just exported from Germany, and they worked at the enterprises of the military-industrial complex until the 90s, then they had to be disposed of, because they simply fell apart. and there is no need to talk about scraping everything electronic, now declassified resolutions of the Council of Ministers of the USSR and the Central Committee of the CPSU on copying Western electronic products have already been published, you can find and read. and we knew this even then, because we observed the very process of copying. ugh for all this, tired of typing.

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      • Andrei
        08.04.2022

        Well, what about you, as a person who “worked at a large number of enterprises of the military-industrial complex of the USSR”, (which is strange in itself, because at the enterprises of the military-industrial complex the system of profits for long service was organized very well, a worthy specialist was valued more and more every year and was interested in working in one place for as long as possible), why didn’t you contribute to the domestic industry? Or did you, as a highly experienced screw tightener, simply always know that “their screws will be better”? Copying successful designs was as common around the world as it is today. The entire Japanese auto industry was built on copying American models and only then went its own way. As for camera building, I will bring to your attention that after the defeat of Nazi Germany, German patents, with the exception, of course, of the defense industry, were declared “the property of all mankind”. And on Lakes and Contacts, along with our FEDs and Zorkis, Koniki, Canons, and Nikons grew up. But for some reason, the Japanese do not engage in self-flagellation on this basis. Or maybe the myth is so widespread that “there was almost nothing of their own in the USSR” precisely because there were more “denunciators” like you than, indeed, talented and thinking people?

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      • Tserg
        18.09.2022

        You, you carry a beacon to the people of Moscow in little light. Neither Kenon nor Nikon grew up on “your” FEDs and Zorkih. First, the Kharkiv FED was a copy of the German Leika II, and not patented by the Radyansky virob. This is a fundamental fact, which no one from the history of photography can dispute. In a different way, if Kenon released the first camera, Vigilant was not yet in sight. Tse buv 1935 rec. And the first camera, Zorkiy, was released into the scoop, as I don’t have mercy, in 1950s. The first Nikon camera was viroblen in 1946. So fotoaparatopriemnitstvo is not at the scoop's fury. І More zabuli, singsongly not navmisno, guess that Japan in the 1970s and 80s bought more Russian trucks, such as MAZ, BELAZ, etc., by tens of thousands. Also, singsongly, then I copied from them my Toyota, Mitsubishi, Isuzu (((. Or maybe I melted down like a metal brucht and from a stripped metal from one Radyansky I prepared three good cargo trucks. Not there at that hour, not bachiv)

        In one You are right, in the trade of espionage, in the majority of the lands, the lands are successfully victorious and bear fruit, sprying a distant development. From just not to the scoop that in Moscow. If you don't wait, then give me a simple explanation: why in Russia until this hour is not allowed the appropriate autofocus lens for a digital camera?!!
        And the gvintiki from imported photographic equipment is effectively in different ways, lower from the soviet one. I tell you how a person is, how many photo lenses were picked up, transplanted and repaired. Screws with a thread of 1, 1.6, 2 mm n_ in a scoop, n_ in Russia did not work at all and will not be taken.

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      • Specialist
        18.09.2022

        What are you excited about? Why could Kenon and Nikon grow up on FEDs and Zorki (Andrey writes that on Lakes and Konix)? Are you a Muscovite?

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      • Specialist
        18.09.2022

        And in Ukraine, such cogs are robbing?

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      • B. R. P.
        19.09.2022

        Do not try provocation, be kind.

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      • Specialist
        19.09.2022

        Goo, goo.

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