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Alfa2 Posted - Feb 24 2017 : 5:07:21 PM
I bought 2 lenses many years ago. Optical constructions are well known.
But what are these lenses for ?
They don't have aperture nor focusing ring.

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Alfa2 Posted - Feb 26 2017 : 11:10:41 AM
My lenses don't have apertures but there are free place for blades.
Nevertheless it is good to know lenses fit regular Jup 8 and Jup 12.
Valkir1987 Posted - Feb 26 2017 : 07:09:10 AM
Reading microfilms/microfiche, film-editing tables, etc. projection purposes.

Not quite, Belomo made triplets for that purpose. These are really spare optical units with functional apertures. I bought some of them to revive Jupiter 8 lenses with broken optics. One of these hybrid lenses is now fitted on my Zorki 6.
xalmaz Posted - Feb 25 2017 : 02:27:39 AM
Reading microfilms/microfiche, film-editing tables, etc. projection purposes.

geoffox23 Posted - Feb 24 2017 : 6:16:28 PM
replacement lenses for repairs

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