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Meyer Optik Gorlitz Primagon 35 mm f/ 4.5 V Lens

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Meyer Optik Gorlitz Primagon 35 mm  f/ 4.5 V lens

Optical design

Meyer Optik Gorlitz Primagon 35 mm  f/ 4.5 V optical design

Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: M42, Exakta, Altix bayonet mount

First year of production: 1952

Last year of production: 1964

Optical design: 4/4

User reviews (1)

Photos (9)

Tests (0)

Owners (14)

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Average price: $55

Specifications:

Focal lengthMax. apertureMin. apertureBladesMin. Focus (m.)Filter Ø (mm.)Weight (gr/oz)Length (mm/in)
35mmf/4.5f/22100.449155/5,558/2,3

Additional information:

Meyer Optik Gorlitz Primagon 35 mm  f/ 4.5 V - wide-angle prime lens for a scale camera with Altix mount.


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Posted by: Liliom   Date of publication: 29.05.2012



Photos taken with this lens Meyer Optik Gorlitz Primagon 35 mm f/ 4.5 V:


The Gordian Knot (Bokeh Test)
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4.33 0 708

Remainings of a Party
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4.25 0 495

Home, sweet home!
Autor: Cezary
3.75 0 407

Traffic Sign
Autor: Cezary
3.33 0 559

Mechanical quality4.867
Optical quality3.867
Usability3.867
Pricing / Value4.727
Bokeh4.287
Overall lens rating
4.32

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Owner reviews: Meyer Optik Gorlitz Primagon 35 mm f/ 4.5 V

vyoufinder 21.03.2017 07:46:41
Period of use: 2 years

Strengths:

Superb microcontrast for night photography.  Uses the Tessar design.  10 bladed aperture renders nice bokeh and sunsars/flares into sun.


Weaknesses:

No longer in production, finding one in perfect conditin is a little difficult sometimes.


Comments:

My favorite 35mm lens.