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28 mm / F3.5 – Mir 10A
Lens MIR 10A 3.5/28
Focal length: 28 mm
Minimum Focusing Distance = 0,2 m
Lens MIR 10A 28 mm F 3.5 has a large diameter front lens, lenses with single-layer clearing. The lens is heavy, well brought down, inspires confidence.
Features of the MIR 10A 3.5/28:
The lens is from the film camera, which means that it will fit both full-frame and modern digital SLR cameras.
The lens is manual, which means that you only have to focus manually.
The lens has a diaphragm preset ring, it is very easy and convenient to use.
There are all the necessary depth-of-field indicators, distances to the focus object, the aperture value. This is an integral part of the old lenses.
The front cover is screwed in, and not snapped.
The MIR 10A 3.5/28 lens has a very, very short close-up distance. Only 20 cm. At this side of the lens is very peculiar.
The focus ring rotates almost all 360 degrees. With this, the front lens does not rotate, and the lens trunk lengthens by 2 cm. When focusing, the entire lens unit moves.
The lens is not luminous. The maximum aperture value is F / 3.5. For a wide-angle lens this is not critical.
When closing the diaphragm, its 6 petals form not an ordinary «nut», but an interesting «star». The MIR 10A 3.5/28 lens is an interesting wide-angle fixed lens. I do not advise you to use it on the crooked cameras. The lens has a very small minimum focusing distance and produces a very sharp picture.