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Triplet-69-3 40 mm f/ 4 Lens

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Triplet-69-3 40 mm f/ 4 lens

Triplet-69-3 40 mm f/ 4 lens

Triplet-69-3 40 mm f/ 4 lens

Triplet-69-3 40 mm f/ 4 lens

Triplet-69-3 40 mm f/ 4 lens

Format: 35mm rangefinder

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: Other mount

First year of production: 1973

Last year of production: 1985

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Specifications:

Focal lengthMax. apertureMin. apertureBladesMin. Focus (m.)Filter Ø (mm.)Weight (gr/oz)Length (mm/in)
40mmf/4.0f/1640.846105/3,731/1,2

Additional information:

 

The Triplet-69-3 40 mm f/ 4 (Russian: Триплет-69-3) is a non-interchangeable lens for Vilia-Auto and Vilia cameras (total number - 3 mil copies).The lens was manufactured in 19731985 by the Belarusian Optical & Mechanical Association. Its 4-blade diaphragm Triplet-69-3 is located just behind the lens (behind the shutter).The lens is focused manually using the scale of distance and symbols.

What makes the lens peculiar is the fact that it holds almost all camera mechanism. When redesigning for modern cameras, it is necessary to get rid of the shutter, Soviet electronic and mechanical components.

Additional information:

  • diagonal angle of view  180°
  • max. magnification 0.22
  • diameter 58.8 mm

Posted by: nikitosmax   Date of publication: 11.06.2013

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Боке
Autor: Dimitar Zhelev
3.83 10 1100

Бесконечность
Autor: Dimitar Zhelev
3.6 0 1125

Mechanical quality3.001
Optical quality3.001
Usability3.001
Pricing / Value3.001
Bokeh3.001
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