Vega-12 90 mm f/ 2.8 Lens
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|Format: Medium Format SLR|
Type: Prime lens
Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)
Lens mounts: Pentacon Six, Pentacon Six, Kiev-88, Salut, Kiev-88, Salut
Last year of production: 1980
Optical design: 5 elements in 3 groups
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The Vega-12 90 mm f/ 2.8(Russian: "Вега") is a standard kit lens for the Kiev-6/6c/60 camera (bayonet mount B) and the Kiev-88, the Salyut (bayonet mount В).
It was produced at the Arsenal Factory. It was used as a kit lens for all the cameras produced by the works till 1980. Then it was replaced by the Volna-3 80 mm f/ 2.8
The Vega-12 90 mm f/ 2.8 forms rather sharp and contrast image from f/ 4 onwards. There is a slight soft effect at f/ 2.8.
It is equipped with a 6-blade aperture without blackening.
The optical scheme is made of high-quality optic glass with single-layer coating.
Resolution (center/edge) - 48/24 lpmm (according to alternative sources - 40/16 lpmm)
Angle of view - 47.
The lens is fit for producing a monocle.
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Posted by: dittohead Date of publication: 20.01.2011
Photos taken with this lens Vega-12 90 mm f/ 2.8: