The Russian Mir-1
is a high quality wide angle lens for the Soviet SLR cameras.
This Mir-1 was made for
the early Zenit SLRs (Zenit, Zenit-S, Zenit-3, Zenit-3M, Kristall and
some early Zenit-E), but its optical registration (back focus) is the
same as in the Universal Pentax Screw Mount, so with a simple 39 to 42
mm adapter ring (not included but can be made or found) the lens can be
used with any 42 mm Pentax Screwmount camera.
Also, with a special
adapter, this lens can be used with the Start.
The lens' design was
awarded Grand Prix at Brussels World Fair in 1958 and every Mir-1 has
a "GRAND PRIX" Brussels 1958" engraving on the lens barrel.
from 2.8 to 16), "Preset" type: One ring is for the aperture settings
(with click-stops), the other opens the aperture and closes it to
the pre-selected value.
in 4 groups
M39x1 mm. This
is the same mount as in the Leica ThreadMount Lenses, but the optical
registration is different, ( Universal/Pentax/Praktica/Zenit mount).
The Mir-1 comes with
the front (metal) and rear (plastic) lenscaps.
The lens is shown mounted
on a Zenit camera (not included).
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