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Luiz Paracampo Posted - Oct 07 2019 : 2:34:18 PM

http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent2/7102019_zomz mir 32.png

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Detlev Posted - Oct 10 2019 : 09:28:33 AM
Google translate says: There is no data on this lens 2.5/24.
According to one version, the lens, with parameters 2.4 / 24, and having the name "Mir-32", developed at the GOI, was to go into series under the same name, but with a slightly changed aperture. However, it was not mass-produced. The angle of view is 84 °, 9 lenses in 8 components. Resolution (center / 10 mm / 20 mm) - 53/36/18.
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Oct 10 2019 : 07:38:29 AM
as they say there, Нет данных на этот объектив. No data upon this lens
- still at the same point.
Detlev Posted - Oct 08 2019 : 06:16:38 AM
Here is some information about the lens: http://www.photohistory.ru/1207248187600765.html

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