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R4ct3r Posted - Oct 09 2017 : 2:41:58 PM
Some people on mflenses.com say that the interchangeable mount 'A' version of 85mm/2 Jupiter exists.

Have anyone here ever seen that lens? Which factory made them and for how long? Could not find any data or pictures.

Also, is there, somewhere on the Internet, a list of all USSR-made 'A' type camera lenses made?
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rkaipov Posted - Oct 13 2017 : 03:14:53 AM
Tair-56a and Variozenitar-A 200-500 , both are mythical lenses
R4ct3r Posted - Oct 13 2017 : 12:22:18 AM
Thank you very much Moxies!
Moxies Posted - Oct 09 2017 : 5:51:48 PM
As for a list of "A" lenses, I don't know if there is one, but I guess we could do one.

We can start with

Mir-10A
Mir-1A
Industar-61A (very rare, never seen for sale)
Era-6A (very rare, never seen for sale)
Vega-13A (very rare)
Tair-3A
Tair-11A
Telemar-22A
Jupiter-9A (very rare, never seen for sale)
Jupiter-11A
Jupiter-37A (and all its variants AM, A MC-N-30...)
Jupiter-21A
ZM-4A (very rare)
ZM-5A
ZM-6A
MTO 1000A
MTO 500A

Maybe I forgot some.
Moxies Posted - Oct 09 2017 : 5:41:49 PM
Almost impossible to find (and at which price?).
I never seen one for sale. But who know one day...

Scroll down on this page, you will see one :) :
http://www.photohistory.ru/1207248189140269.html

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