28 mm / F3.5 – Mir 10A
Lens MIR 10A 3.5/28
- Focal length: 28 mm
- Diaphragm: F3.5
- Minimum Focusing Distance = 0,2 m
Lens MIR 10A 28 mm F 3.5 has a large diameter front lens, lenses with single-layer clearing. The lens is heavy, well brought down, inspires confidence.
Features of the MIR 10A 3.5/28:
- The lens is from the film camera, which means that it will fit both full-frame and modern digital SLR cameras.
- The lens is manual, which means that you only have to focus manually.
- The lens has a diaphragm preset ring, it is very easy and convenient to use.
- There are all the necessary depth-of-field indicators, distances to the focus object, the aperture value. This is an integral part of the old lenses.
- The front cover is screwed in, and not snapped.
- The MIR 10A 3.5/28 lens has a very, very short close-up distance. Only 20 cm. At this side of the lens is very peculiar.
- The focus ring rotates almost all 360 degrees. With this, the front lens does not rotate, and the lens trunk lengthens by 2 cm. When focusing, the entire lens unit moves.
- The lens is not luminous. The maximum aperture value is F / 3.5. For a wide-angle lens this is not critical.
- When closing the diaphragm, its 6 petals form not an ordinary “nut”, but an interesting “star”.
The MIR 10A 3.5/28 lens is an interesting wide-angle fixed lens. I do not advise you to use it on the crooked cameras. The lens has a very small minimum focusing distance and produces a very sharp picture.