All About Photographic Lenses.
Specifications, comparison, reviews, MTF-charts for lenses by Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax, Olympus, Sigma, Tamron, Carl Zeiss, etc.

Ricoh Rikenon P 50 mm f/ 1.7 Lens

Do you like a good instrumental music?
Listen to new beautiful music from composer Sergei Borodin. Click HERE...

Pictures

Ricoh Rikenon P 50 mm f/ 1.7 lens

Ricoh Rikenon P 50 mm f/ 1.7 lens

Ricoh Rikenon P 50 mm f/ 1.7 lens

Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: Pentax K

First year of production: 1985

Last year of production: 1999

Optical design: 6 elements in 5 groups

User reviews (2)

Photos (4)

Tests (0)

Owners (3)

Views (17987)

Average price:

Specifications:

Focal lengthMax. apertureMin. apertureBladesMin. Focus (m.)Filter Ø (mm.)Weight (gr/oz)Length (mm/in)
50mmf/1.7f/1660.652153/5,430/1,2

Additional information:

 

The Ricoh Rikenon P 50mm f/1.7  is a normal fast prime lens for 35 mm SLR cameras with the K bayonet mount, an RK bayonet modification. It has contacts to transmit the aperture data to Ricoh automatic cameras. It is compatible with other cameras with the K bayonet mount but in manual mode only.


Links to online resources:
Posted by: pentaxist_B   Date of publication: 02.08.2013



Photos taken with this lens Ricoh Rikenon P 50 mm f/ 1.7:


Ricoh Rikenon P 50 mm f/ 1.7
Autor: Michael Tutwiler
2 0 2070

Winter Flower
Autor: James McDonald
2 0 2827

Ricoh Rikenon P 50 mm f/ 1.7
Autor: Michael Tutwiler
1 0 2062

Ricoh Rikenon P 50 mm f/ 1.7
Autor: Michael Tutwiler
1 0 2014

Mechanical quality3.333
Optical quality4.003
Usability3.333
Pricing / Value2.002
Bokeh4.003
Overall lens rating
3.33

Embed to Blog (HTML) Embed to Forum (BBcode)


Owner reviews: Ricoh Rikenon P 50 mm f/ 1.7

James McDonald 08.08.2014 01:49:26
Period of use: 28 year

Strengths:

Narrow profile, fast, excellent value second hand, 


Weaknesses:

f16 min aperture, only full stop clicks


Comments:

Bought this with my Ricoh SLR in 1986. Performs very well, no complaints, even at 2.8 delivers the goods. Excellent contrast and flare control. Nice bokeh. Smooth focus.