Set 5 Anamorphic (with color Orange painting & oval diaphragm) lens for PL mount. 28 mm Mir 10A, 37 mm Mir 1B, 58 mm Helios 44-2, 85 mm Jupiter 9, 135 mm Tair 11A.
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This is FLARE anamorphic lens.The lens has effect of an anamorphic lens.Also there is an oval diaphragm with a unique value 3,5. And standart round diaphragm lens is painted amber color inside. Videos and photos turn out very interesting! This lens will give to your image improbable appeal! Focusing in full range, including infinity. Glasses have small traces of use. Inside there is no dust. The lens has undergone cleaning and testing by the qualified master. It is completely ready to use.
IGA have developed a set of lenses to deliver the the look, feel and characteristics of Panavision C Series anamorphic lenses from the 1970s. Classic movies like Blade Runner, Star Wars, James Bond – The Spy Who Loved Me and Superman were all shot on Panavision C series lenses giving that ‘Classic Hollywood’ look we all know so well. This set of lenses is now available to buy from IGA.
The set of 5 lenses provides all the characteristics of these classic Panavision C series lenses, like: oval bokeh, blue horizontal flares, very narrow depth of field, soft warm skin tones, blooming highlights.
The lenses are custom modified and designed by IGA lenses using Russian KMZ spherical lenses which have been modified with new internal coatings to the lens body, new oval fixed apperture and flare creator all inside the lens between the lens elements.
These modified lenses are spherical and let you shoot the classic anamorphic look without having to de- squeeze the anamorphic image in post production , simply add 1:2.35 aspect ratio black bars in post production.
The lenses come with PL mount , ideal for use on 4K cameras by Pansonic, Sony, Canon, Red and Arri , taking off the harsh digital 4k clinical look and giving you the Classic 70s Hollywood Anamorphic look.
These lenses have been developed and tested in conjunction with British Cinematographer/Director Andy Lee who is using them to shoot his new feature film.
This set include:
- 28 mm / F3.5 – Mir 10A
- 37 mm / F2.8 – Mir 1B
- 58 mm / F2 – Helios 44-2
- 85 mm / F2 – Jupiter 9
- 135 mm / F2.8 – Tair 11A
- Lens mount: PL
- Frame Size: 24×36 mm
- FULL FRAME
- Focal length: 28 mm, 37 mm, 58 mm, 85 mm, 135 mm
- The lens can be used with all cameras with PL mount
- This item include hoods, front and rear caps
28 mm / F3.5 – Mir 10A
Lens MIR 10A 3.5/28
- Focal length: 28mm
- Diaphragm: F3.5
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.
37 mm / F2.8 – Mir 1B
Lens MIR 1B 2.8/37
- Focal length: 37mm
- Diaphragm: F2.8-F16
The MIR 1B 2.8/37 lens is very small and compact, on the lens there are three control rings. The focus ring has a pronounced similarity with the nut due to the sharp edges.
In 1958, Mir-1 (under M39) won the Grand Prix at the World Exhibition in Brussels, and in 1959, Mir-1 was awarded the Diploma of the 2nd degree of the Exhibition of Economic Achievements of the USSR. The lens was copied with Carl Zeiss Jena Flektogon 35mm F2.8.
Features of the MIR 1B 2.8/37:
- Like any other old Soviet lens – MIR 1B 2.8/37 is made of glass and metal, because it will serve for a very long time, but with a neat treatment – forever.
- The MIR 1B 2.8/37 lens perfectly fits both the full frame and the crocheted cameras and other smaller formats. This is important, because many lovers of Soviet optics use it on the crocheted digital SLR and mirrorless cameras, and after the upgrade to the full format they will be able to continue using this lens.
- The lens has a diaphragm preset ring. An irreplaceable thing for manual lenses.
- Interesting wide-angle lens with good sharpness and softness of the picture.
- The MIR 1B 2.8/37 lens is really sharp, but the picture is soft, which is quite a big rarity. The lens becomes very sharp at 5.6, keeps the side and back light, which is important for photographing landscapes.
58 mm / F2 – Helios 44-2
Lens HELIOS 44-2 2/58
- Focal Length: 58mm
- Diaphragm: F2
The HELIOS 44-2 2/58 lens has a diaphragm preset ring. With it, you can select one of the fixed values: F / 2, 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16. Unlike the preset ring, the diaphragm setting ring rotates smoothly and with it you can set any intermediate value. The smooth motion of the diaphragm setting ring is useful when shooting video. The diaphragm consists of 8 petals, which form a hole in the form of regular polyhedra.
The focus ring rotates 270 degrees, the stroke of the ring is smooth. Manual hitting is quite convenient. During focusing, the front lens does not rotate, only the frame rim is elongated.
In the center of the image, the lens is sharp enough even on F / 2.0. On the closed diaphragms, the edges and corners of the image come to normal. Like other lenses of the HELIOS-44 family, version 44-2 spins the background (the legendary “twisted bokeh” of helios). Such a lens can be an excellent find.
Lens HELIOS 44-2 2/58 – one of the most common lenses of the HELIOS 44 series. The mass production of such lenses did not go for the benefit of image quality. The lens can and should be used for any creative ideas. On the crooked cameras it can serve as a good portrait lens.
85 mm / F2 – Jupiter 9
Lens JUPITER 9 2/85
- Focal Length: 86mm
- Diaphragm: F2
The optical circuit of JUPITER 9 2/85 was copied with Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 2/85. The JUPITER 9 2/85 lens is solidly assembled – all made of metal and glass. The focus ring rotates smoothly. During focusing, the front lens does not rotate, but the frame rims forward. The focus ring rotates 270 degrees. During focusing, the entire lens unit moves. The minimum focusing distance is 80 cm. The maximum ratio for macro photography is 1: 7.3. The lens can use standard filters with a diameter of 49 mm.
The lens has an installation ring and a diaphragm preset ring. The installation ring can take one of the following fixed values: F / 2, 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16. The preset ring rotates smoothly and with its help you can set any value of the number F. The aperture consists of 15 petals already.
On the open diaphragm, the lens lacks any sharpness and contrast, which can be skillfully applied to create portraits. At the aperture of F / 5.6 JUPITER 9 2/85 gives normal sharpness.
Features of the JUPITER 9 2/85 lens:
- A large maximum F / 2.0 aperture and a focal length of 85 mm make it easy to control the depth of the sharply-imaged space.
- The lens is quite heavy.
- The aperture consists of 15 petals and is ideal for shooting portraits, giving an even bokeh. Also, in creating an excellent bokeh helps an excellent Sonnar scheme for 7 elements in 3 groups.
Lens JUPITER 9 2/85 – a lens with a strong soft effect on a fully open aperture. From the aperture of F / 2.8, the lens significantly increases its sharpness. Can serve as an interesting creative lens, in particular for creating portraits.
135 mm / F2.8 – Tair 11A
Tair-11A is an excellent portrait lens. Very interesting with its image, a 20-petal diaphragm and a combination of aperture and focal length.
Tair-11 A is a high-speed fixed telephoto with a focal length of 135mm and a maximum aperture of F2.8. It is considered one of the best Soviet portrait lenses.
Focal length of 135mm and aperture F / 2.8 allow you to very well control the depth of field and easy to photograph with a blurred background. Blurred background is often very important in portrait photography.
As it is supposed to a solid Soviet lens, Tair-11A is made of metal and glass – nothing superfluous, but it adds to the lens a huge weight of 600 grams. In 1958, at the exhibition in Brussels, Tair-11 was awarded the highest award – “Grand Prix”.
Features of the Tair-11A 2.8 / 135:
- The aperture of F / 2.8 and 135mm of focal length is the strength of Tair-11A. For the portrait, this feature is indispensable, since it allows you to select a person in the photo and remove the back and foreground, focusing on the person.
- The large focal length of the lens allows you to use Tair-11 as a TV, and the TV opens completely different horizons of photography than standard lenses. The peculiarity of Tair-11A is that when focusing on the sharpness within 1.5-1.2 meters, it greatly approximates the image, thereby increasing the focal length.
- Circular diaphragm – the number of diaphragm blades is 20 (twenty) shares, which is a very good indicator for shooting with the right circles in the blur zone. What kind of diaphragm you do not install – you get an even, round bokeh without any deviations.
- The quality of the pictures is simply excellent, the lens is quite sharp, but at the same time it is soft for portraits. Bokeh lens is often compared with the most glorious lenses. Blur is quite unusual, soft, plastic.
- Weight – the weight is large and plays the role of stabilizer of jitter. At such a large focal length, the exposure should be at least 1/135 seconds.
- The advantage of the replaceable shank is simply irreplaceable, which makes it possible to use a lens with different systems (bayonets) without problems.
- The lens is suitable for full-frame cameras.
- The focus ring of the lens rotates 360 degrees, which makes the focus on the focus very soft and smooth.
- The lens has a diaphragm preset ring. The aperture has no fixed values and can be set to any intermediate value.