The Industar-26m was a
standard lens on the FED-2 (starting from FED-2 type b).
It is sharp and contarsty, with smooth focusing action. The lens later evolved in the Industar-61, when aperture click-stops were added.
||1:2.8 (from 2.8 to 16)|
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3 reviews for Industar-26m, 50/2.8 With Focusing Ring
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Jared Delariman –
This lens is often overshadowed by its newer sibling, the Industar 61LD. But this lens definitely has its own very distinct characteristics.
It’s just as sharp as the 61LD — however the added contrast caused by the 61LD’s lens makes the image “seem” sharper.
What I like about this lens that it produces very smooth bokehs. It has 10 aperture blades as opposed to the 61LD’s 6 blades. It also doesn’t hurt that this silver lens looks great on my Sony NEX.
Jesse Hearndon –
Yuri!!!! Just got my 26m in today, wow!!! Flawless copy, no fungus, aperture marks and all letter markings are perfect! Aperture blades are crisp and have no oil, you couldn’t get a better copy if you went back in a time machine to 1958 in the Soviet Union and bought one new!
The barrel is the kind of brushed aluminum look that you see on old Soviet MiG-15 fighter jets. I just can’t get over how clean this lens is!
The focus feels smooth as does the aperture ring, very fluid motion. Don’t let the 2.8 fool you, this lens is a performer! Russian optics are top notch with the FED series and this lens is no exception.
Well done buddy, you have a customer for life!
Alan Logan –
Thank you Yuri for your personal service when it came to assisting me in a search for Jupiter 3 & 8 lenses and a Zorki 1body which I wanted in very good to excellent condition.
I am extremely happy with my purchases and highly recommend Fedka.com
Sydney – Australia