The Mir-10 28 mm f/ 3.5(Russian: "Мир") is a wide-angle coated lens (single-layer coating), manufactured by the KMZ. The Mir -10A version was designed for SLR cameras with M39 and M42 screw mounts via a changeable rear part (A-adapter). The Mir-10М version with the M42 screw mount and camera controlled aperture drive was also produced.
The image is of low contrast, the lens has characteristic flare.
The resolution according to the technical specifications (center/edge): 42/20 lpmm;
Angle of view: 75°;
Coefficient of transparency: 0.74;
Color contribution index (CCI): 15-0-2.
The Mir-10 28mm f/ 3.5 was completed with a leather case and set of filters (UF-1x (ultraviolet), Zh-2x (yellow), O-2.8x (orange)).
The lens is rather rare, that's why in the secondary market its price is often overrated.
In 1963 the experimental Mir-10, designed by the State Optic Institute, was manufactured.
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Posted by: dgr Date of publication: 06.04.2011