福伦达 全系列镜头 voigtlande Lenses

Lenses

Lens for sliding box camera

Lenses for Bessamatic & Ultramatic

4/200 mm tele
for Bessamatic & Ultramatic

5.6/350 mm tele
for Bessamatic & Ultramatic

“Zoomar”
2,8/36-82 mm zoom
for Bessamatic & Ultramatic

4/200 mm
fitted on Bessamatic

5.6/350 mm
fitted on Bessamatic CS

Zoomar 2,8/36-82 mm
fitted on Ultramatic CS

Lenses for Prominent 24X36

Telomar 5.5/100 mm for Prominent 24X36

Lenses for Vitessa T

Lenses for Icarex

Lenses for bayonet mount VSL series

 

Petzval type lens


Petzval type lens SN 1475 (1843)
The first mathematically computed lens.
Speed of 3.7!!

 

Lenses for Bessamatic & Ultramatic


This lens series fit Bessamatic and Ultramatic cameras.
From the left to the right :

Super-Dynarex 4/135mm (1959) – 4 elements – Angle of field : 19°- Minimum focus distance : 4m – Filter diameter : 40.5mm.
Color-Skopar X 2.8/50mm (1958) – 4 elements – Angle of field : 48° – Minimum focus distance : 1m – Filter diameter : 40.5mm.
Super-Dynarex 4/200mm (1962) – 5 elements – Angle of field : 12° – Minimum focus distance : 8.5m – Filter diameter : 77mm.
Septon 2/50mm (1960) – 7 elements – Angle of field : 48° – Minimum focus distance : 0.90m – Filter diameter : 54mm.
Dynarex 4.8/100 (1960) – 6 elements – Angle of field : 24° – Minimum focus distance : 1m – Filter diameter : 40.5mm.
Zoomar 2.8/36-82mm (1959) – 14 elements in 3 groups – Angle of field : 30 to 62° – Minimum focus distance : 1.30m – Filter diameter : 95mm.
Skoparex 3.4/35mm (1959) – 6 elements – Angle of field : 63° – Minimum focus distance : 1m – Filter diameter : 40.5mm.

 

Super-Dynarex 4/200mm


1963
This lens can be fitted on Bessamatic and Ultramatic cameras.
5 lenses – Angle of field : 12,5° – Minimum focus distance : 8,50m.
Filter diameter : 77mm Length : 14cm – Diameter : 8cm

 

Super-Dynarex 5.6/350 mm


1965
This lens can be fitted on Bessamatic and Ultramatic cameras.
7 lenses – Angle of field : 7° – Minimum focus distance : 28 m.
Filter diameter : 95 mm.
Turning ring with screw mount.


On the left a 4/200 mm on the right, a 5.6/350 mm.

 

Zoomar 2,8/36-82mm


First zoom sold in the world (1959).
This lens has a very high speed, outstanding for a lens of this type.
14 lenses in 3 groups- Angle of field : 30 to 62° – Minimum focus distance : 1,3m – Filter : 95mm.
Length : 12cm – Diameter : 10cm.

 

Super-Dynarex 4/200 fitted on Bessamatic


Big and heavy set.

 

 

Super-Dynarex 5.6/350 fitted on Bessamatic CS


Big and very, very heavy set.

Zoomar 2,8/36-82mm fitted on Ultramatic


Big and heavy set.

 

Lenses for Prominent


This lens series fit Prominent 24X36 cameras.
From the left to the right :

Ultron 2/50mm (1950) – 6 elements – Angle of field : 46° – Filter diameter : 47mm.
Dynaron 4.5/100mm (1954) – 6 elements – Angle of field : 25° – Filter diameter : 47mm.
Skoparon 3.5/35mm (1953) – 5 elements – Angle of field : 63° – Filter diameter : 47mm.
Color-Skopar 3.5/50mm (1954) – 4 elements – Angle of field : 46° – Filter diameter : 47mm.
Nokton 1.5/50mm (1950) – 7 elements – Angle of field : 46° – Filter diameter : 47mm.

 

Telomar 5.5/100 mm for Prominent


(1953) Tele lens and reflex housing for Prominent 24×36.
5 elements – Angle of field : 25° – Filter diameter : 47mm.
Front of the lens.


Back of the lens.


Telomar fitted on a Prominent.


Telomar in “Kontur” finder position.


Telomar with the optional prism unit.

 

Lenses for Vitessa T


This lens series fit Vitessa T cameras.
From the left to the right :
Skoparet 3.4/35mm (1956) – 6 elements – Angle of field : 63° – Minimum focus distance : 1m – Filter diameter : 40.5mm.
Color-Skopar 2.8/50mm (1956) – 4 elements – Angle of field : 46°- Minimum focus distance : 1m – Filter diameter : 40.5mm.
Dynaret 4.8/100mm (1956) – 6 elements – Angle of field : 25° – Minimum focus distance : 1m – Filter diameter : 40.5mm.

 

Lenses for Icarex


These bayonet-mount lens series fit Icarex cameras.
Thread mount lenses are preceded with * From the left to the right :

Super-Dynarex 4/135mm (1968) – 4 elements – Angle of field : 18°- Minimum focus distance : 1.60m – Filter diameter : 50mm (bayonet).
Tessar 2.8/50mm (1968) – 4 elements – Angle of field : 47° – Minimum focus distance : 0,45m – Filter diameter : 50mm (bayonet).
Color-Pantar 2.8/50mm (1966) – 3 elements – Angle of field : 47° – Minimum focus distance : 0,90m – Filter diameter : 50mm (bayonet).
Tessar 2.8/50mm (1966) – 4 elements – Angle of field : 47° – Minimum focus distance : 0,45m – Filter diameter : 50mm (bayonet).
*Tessar 2.8/50mm (1969) – 4 elements – Angle of field : 47° – Minimum focus distance : 0,45m – Filter diameter : 50mm (thread).
Super-Dynarex 4/135mm (1966) – 4 elements – Angle of field : 18°- Minimum focus distance : 1.60m – Filter diameter : 50mm (bayonet).
Skoparex 3.4/35mm (1966) – 6 elements – Angle of field : 63° – Minimum focus distance : 0.30m – Filter diameter : 50mm (bayonet).

 

 

On the left center : 50mm yellow bayonet filter.

 

Lenses for bayonet mount VSL


These bayonet-mount lens series fit VSL1, VSL2 and VSL3 cameras.
From the left to the right :

Color-Skoparex 2.8/35mm (1978) – 7 elements – Angle of field : 63°- Minimum focus distance : 0.30m – Filter diameter : 52mm (screw).
Color-Ultron 1.8/50mm (1977) – 7 elements – Angle of field : 45° – Minimum focus distance : 0,45m – Filter diameter : 49mm (screw).
Color-Dynarex 3.5/200mm (1977) – 4 elements – Angle of field : 13°- Minimum focus distance : 2.30m – Filter diameter : 58mm (screw).

The Color-Ultron was made in Singapore.
The other lenses were made in Japan by Mamiya-Sekor.
They show the end of German manufacturing and the beginning of Asia supremacy.

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