Quite rare version of Lenkinap (renamed to LOMO later) 18mm lens made in 1959 (#590196). Large front element, small rear element. f/2.8, T/3.5. Weight is 480 g.
Excellent optical condition. There are just few cleaning marks.
The lens has self-made focusing mount similar to PSK (animation cameras with focal-plane shutter). You'll need to modify it. It will not work with reflex cameras, but can be adapted to some mirrorless camera.
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Hi, i can see 2 screws on the mount barrel, are a kind of focus range stoppers?
I know some version has screwing focus mount, this also have it?
And what about flange distance or distance between rear lens and focal plane?
My best regards
Posted by Rafael Pankratau on Sunday, February 21, 2016
I don't know purpose of these screws (there 3 of them actually). It seems that the lens has simplified (may be self-made by someone focusing mechanism) - just screw-like. Distance between the rear element and focus plane is about 2 cm only. Thanks. Raf.