Combo deal on black INDUSTAR-61 L/D 55mm f/2.8 m39 ltm lens!
Vintage m39 LTM prime lens made in USSR!
Starter combo for novice users! If you only have mirrorless camera(with kit lens or even without lens) and would like to give it a try with the soviet vintage glass – this combo is for you.
This is 2950php combo deal that includes 3 items:
1 – Industar-61 L/D lens(2000-2200php value)
1 – black metal vented hood(550php value)
1 – (your choice of) mirrorless adapter(850php value)
To order click on “ADD TO CART” and add a note telling us what camera you plan to use the lens on – we will include the compatible adapter.
Condition of the lens – very good to excellent.
Fully serviced by qualified technician before sale, the lenses are with very few signs of use/age on barrel;
clean and clear glass: no fungus, no haze, no scratches.
Might have a few internal dust particles/light wipe marks which will not have any effect on photos.
Mechanics are excellent, focusing is smooth.
*Note: serial number of the actual INDUSTAR-61 lens you receive might be different from what shown on the photos, but it will be in equally “very good to excellent” condition.
Soviet standard lenses in m39 mount Industar-61 L/D is a kit lens for thew various FED rangefinder cameras produced on Arsenal factory in Kyiv, soviet Ukraine.
These lenses are effectively used on modern mirrorless systems: Sony NEX, Olympus Pen, Panasonic G, Canon EOS M, Nikon 1, FujiFilm XE-1 etc.
The Industar 61 L/D is possibly the most highly regarded lens for Ukrainian Leica copies apart from the 35mm Jupiter-12.
Black I-61 L/D was the last version of Industar-61, produced all the way into 1990s.
It is mildly radioactive due to rare earth Lanthanum element content.
Mount Leica Thread Mount (M39)
Focal length nominally 53-55mm depending on production run
Aperture range f2.8-22
Focal range 1m to infinity
Elements 4 in 3 groups
Filter thread 40.5mm
Weight about 130g
Aperture blades 6
Choose the correct adapter for your camera:
*Note: Industar-61 L/D(or any other rangefinder lenses) cannot be used on (D)SLRs due to incompatible flange distance – even if mounted focusing will be limited to extreme close distance.