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Luiz Paracampo Posted - Nov 30 2008 : 4:06:21 PM
Who can say more about this lens?
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Moxies Posted - Apr 22 2014 : 5:36:45 PM
Old topik, but here is another Tair-3T (Television, not tropical... I think T means tropicalised only for cameras (I know there are some "Start" T).

This one use an "A" mount, which is certainly the consequence of a modification.

Zoom Posted - Dec 01 2008 : 07:23:46 AM
Originally posted by mermoz37

...I know, " zoom" opinion who affirms, surely with reason, which that is a tropicalized version).

Alain, be careful, I wrote that it was a TV-lens.

The "T" index indeed is used to a tropical version too...
mermoz37 Posted - Dec 01 2008 : 03:57:59 AM
I already mentioned this objective in its white /light gray enamelled version . The owner says to me that is a version of the TAIR for Artic (but this is not , I know, " zoom" opinion who affirms, surely with reason, which that is a tropicalized version). mounting in 42 mm with screw is strange. I can provide images and the serial number if that is useful.


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