Zenitar 50mm and 35mm Announced For E-Mount Plus New 300mm, 500mm, and 1000mm Mirror Lenses

Zenit officially released lenses the lenses introduced last year:

  • Zenit Zenitar 35mm f/2 (Sony E-mount)
    • Vendor code: 18752
    • Diameter x length (from the bayonet), mm: 61.5×47.2
    • Weight, gram: 300
    • Bayonet (for filter): Sony E
    • Focal length, mm: 35 mm
    • Maximum aperture: 2
    • Minimum aperture: 22
    • Aperture blades: nine
    • Field of view, °: 62.5 °
    • Lens type: Wide angle
    • Lens type: Manual
    • Optical design: 7 lenses in 5 groups
    • Minimum focusing distance, m: 0.5 m
    • Installation size for filter, mm:
    • M46 x 0.75
  • Zenitar 1.5/50 (Sony E-mount)
    • Vendor code: 18151
    • Diameter x length (from the bayonet), mm: 61,5×47,6
    • Weight, gram: 287
    • Bayonet (for filter): Sony E
    • Focal length, mm: 50 mm
    • Maximum aperture: 1.5
    • Minimum aperture: 22
    • Aperture blades: 13
    • Field of view, °: 43 °
    • Lens type: Manual
    • Optical design: 7 lenses in 3 groups
    • Minimum focusing distance, m: 0.7 m
    • Installation size for filter, mm: M40.5 x 0.5

Also below you can see a photo of Zenit’s new Rubinar which they are now saying can be used for astrophotography in addition to Macro work, which we previously posted. The 300mm, 500mm, and 1000mm lenses will be updated Rubinar lenses produced at the Lytkarino Optical Glass Plant (LZOS). It is still unclear if these lenses will be t-mount or M42 like the origionals.

Zenitar Lenses can be purchase from Amazon and B&H Photo

via Photorumors

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