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Granit-11 80-200 mm f/ 4.5 Lens

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Granit-11 80-200 mm f/ 4.5 lens

Granit-11 80-200 mm f/ 4.5 lens

Granit-11 80-200 mm f/ 4.5 lens

Granit-11 80-200 mm f/ 4.5 lens

Optical design

Granit-11 80-200 mm f/ 4.5 optical design

Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Zoom lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: M42, Nikon F (FX, DX)

First year of production: 1978

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Specifications:

Focal lengthMax. apertureMin. apertureBladesMin. Focus (m.)Filter Ø (mm.)Weight (gr/oz)Length (mm/in)
80mm - 200mmf/4.5f/2261.558950/33,5165/6,5

Additional information:

The Granit-11 80-200 mm f/ 4.5 (Russian: "Гранит") is a telephoto zoom lens with constant lens speed for 35 mm SLR cameras with the M42 mount.

The lens came in two versions:

Granit-11 4.5/80-200 , 1978, Arsenal Plant, KMZ The first variant was manufactured since 1978.

  • Angle of view 30° - 12°
  • Resolution (center/edge, lpmm): F80 - 50/20; F150 - 36/20; F200 - 45/20.
  • Minimum focusing distance  - 1.5 m
  • Flange focal distance - 44 mm
  • Coefficient of transparency - 0.8
  • Scattering coefficient - 0.025
  • Color contribution index (CCI): – 11-0-0.   
  • Dimensions - 67х163 mm

It also came in A variant (minimum focusing distance  - 1.5 m), M variant (KMZ) and Automat variant (for Kiev-10 and Kiev-15 cameras). Retail price - 420 Soviet rubles in 1985 and 450 rubles in 1987.
 

МС Granit-11N 4.5/80-200, 1983, Arsenal Factory
This is an 11-element auto-zoom lens which came complete with the N camera mount (later renamed Arsat - MC ZOOM ARSAT M 80-200mm 4.5). The lens features a multicoating and aperture automatic drive. Dimension - 70x165 mm, weight - 950 g. Flange focal distance - 46.5 mm The lens came complete with the A-adapter for the M42 mount. Retail price - 450 Soviet rubles in 1985.
It was the most popular telephoto zoom lens in the USSR.


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Posted by: Bruin   Date of publication: 20.02.2011



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