Russian manufacturer Zenit releases 60mm lens with electronic aperture adjustment
We recently learned from overseas media that Zenit, a Russian manufacturer well-known for making M42 mounts in the film era, released their first electronically controlled aperture lens: Zenitar 60mm f/2.8 macro. The shot will be in its S in Krasnoyarsk Krai, central Siberia. A. Produced at the Zverev plant.
It is reported that Zenitar 60mm f/2.8 has a 1:1 magnification; the minimum focusing distance is 0.23m; it can still output high-sharpness images even at full aperture. As it is equipped with special electronic hardware, it realizes the function of controlling the aperture through the body.
According to Ivan Ozhgikhin, deputy general manager of Shvabe, the brand plans to sell this lens to multiple overseas markets, including China. This camera will also be sold through two channels, the Zenit brand official website and authorized offline dealers, this fall.
The old Russian factory Zenit, a smash hit in the film age since the digital age It was silent for a while and disappeared from the field of vision of photographers, but the release of Zenitar 60mm f/2.8 macro changed this situation. Its advent announced two points: Zenit has not closed down; Zenit’s technical reserves are still preheating in the digital age. We believe that after this lens is officially launched in China, it will have a certain impact on domestic lens brands and the market that have begun to take shape.
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