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Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(35mm eq.)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes

Alpa (Alpa bayonet; flange focal distance 37.8mm)
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Alpa 20 2.8 22 94 - 0.19 67 - 350
PA-Curtagon 35 4 22 76-65 - 0.30 B 41 220 Shift
Alpa 50 1.9 22 45 - 0.27 46 46 280
Kinoptik 100 2 22 24 - 0.85 D 120 750
Kinoptik 150 2.8 32 16 - 1.60 D 186 1,050
Kinoptik 180 2.8 32 13 - 1.70 86 130 1,360
Alpa 200 2.8 22 12 - 2 72 - 850
Zoomar 600 5.6 45 4 - 10 T 650 4,000 Manual aperture











Angenieux (available in various mounts)
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Manual focus line
Angenieux Apo 180 2.3 22 14 6 – 8 1.80 82 138 x 91 995
Angenieux ED 200 2.8 22 12 6 – 8 2.15 82 143 x 91 945
Angenieux zoom 28-80 3.2 22 75 – 30 4 – 16 0.46 - - 515
Angenieux zoom 35-70 2.5 – 3.3 22 63 – 35 11 – 11 0.46 58 136 525
Angenieux zoom 70-210 3.5 22 34 – 11 11 – 15 0.86 62 175 780
Autofocus line
Angenieux AF 28-70 2.6 22 75 – 34
0.70 77
660











Canon FD (pre-autofocus era Canon bayonet; flange focal distance 42mm)
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Canon 7.5 5.6 22 180 8 – 11 - - 62 x 72 365 Fish-eye; rear drop-in gel filters only
Canon FD L 14 2.8 22 114 10 – 14 0.25 - 83 x 74 490 Aspherical; rear drop-in gel filters only
Canon FD 15 2.8 22 180 9 – 10 0.20 - 60 x 76 460 Fish-eye; rear drop-in gel filters only
Canon FD 17 4 22 104 9 – 11 0.25 72 56 x 76 360
Canon FD 20 2.8 22 94 9 – 10 0.25 72 58 x 76 305
Canon Bellows 20 3.5 22 94 3 – 4 - 22.5 20 x 32 35 Macro lens without a focusing helicoid, only for use on a bellows
Canon AL 24 1.4 22 84 8 – 10 0.30 72 68 x 76 430
Canon FD 24 2 22 84 9 – 11 0.30 52 50 x 62 285
Canon FD 24 2.8 22 84 9 – 10 0.30 52 43 x 63 240
Canon FD 28 2 22 75 9 – 10 0.30 52 47 x 63 265
Canon FD 28 2.8 22 75 7 – 7 0.30 52 40 x 63 170
Canon FD 35 2 22 63 8 – 10 0.30 52 46 x 63 245
Canon FD 35 2.8 22 63 5 – 6 0.35 52 40 x 63 165
Canon Bellows 35 2.8 22 - 4 – 6 - 22.5 22 x 40 60 Macro lens without a focusing helicoid, only for use on a bellows
Canon FD TS 35 2.8 22 63 – 79 8 – 9 0.30 58 74 x 67 550 Shift
Canon FD L 50 1.2 16 46 6 – 8 0.60 52 50 x 65 380
Canon FD 50 1.2 16 46 6 – 7 0.50 52 45 x 65 315
Canon FD 50 1.4 22 46 6 – 7 0.45 52 41 x 63 235
Canon FD 50 1.8 22 46 4 – 6 0.60 52? 35 x 63 170
Canon FD macro 50 3.5 32 46 4 – 6 0.23 52 57 x 63 240 Macro 1:2
Canon FD L 85 1.2 16 28 6 – 8 0.90 72 71 x 80 680 Aspherical
Canon FD 85 1.8 22 28 4 – 6 0.85 52 53 x 63 345
Canon FD SF 85 2.8 22 28 4 – 6 0.80 58 69 x 70 400 Soft focus
Canon FD 100 2 32 24 4 – 6 1 52 70 x 63 445
Canon FD 100 2.8 32 24 5 – 5 1 52 53 x 63 270
Canon FD macro 100 4 32 24 3 – 5 0.45 52 95 x 70 455 Macro 1:2
Canon FD 135 2 32 180 5 – 6 1.30 72 90 x 78 700
Canon FD 135 2.8 32 180 5 – 6 1.30 52 78 x 63 395
Canon FD 135 3.5 32 180 4 – 4 1.30 52 85 x 63 325
Canon FD II 200 2.8 32 12 6 – 7 1.50 72 140 x 78 735
Canon FD macro 200 4 32 12 6 – 9 0.58 58 182 x 68 830
Canon FD 200 4 32 12 6 – 7 1.50 52 121 x 63 440
Canon FD L 300 2.8 22 8 5 – 6 3.50 Built-in 245 x 127 2,310 Fluorite-UD, Aspherical
Canon FD 300 4 32 8 6 – 6 3 Built-in 204 x 85 945
Canon FD L 300 4 32 8 7 – 7 3 Built-in 207 x 85 1,100 UD, Aspherical
Canon FD 300 5.6 32 8 5 – 6 3 58 198 x 65 685
Canon FD L 400 2.8 32 6 8 – 10 4 48 348 x 166 5,350 UD, Aspherical
Canon FD 400 4.5 22 6 5 – 6 4 Built-in 287 x 102 1,270
Canon FD L 500 4.5 32 5 6 – 7 4 Built-in 395 x 128 2,610 Fluorite-UD, Aspherical
Canon Reflex 500 8 - 5 3 – 6 4 Built-in 146 x 90 740 Catadioptric (mirror lens)
Canon FD 600 4.5 32 4 5 – 6 8 Built-in 462 x 154 3,750
Canon FD L 800 5.6 32 34 – 11 5 – 6 14 Built-in 557 x 149 4,600 UD, Aspherical
Canon FD L 20-35 3.5 22 94 – 63 11 – 11 0.50 72 76 x 84 470 Aspherical
Canon FD 28-55 3.5 – 4.5 22 75 – 43 10 – 10 0.40 52 63 x 61 220
Canon FD 28-85 4 22 75 – 28 11 – 13 0.50 72 104 x 76 485
Canon FD 35-70 2.8 – 3.5 22 63 – 34 10 – 10 1 58 120 x 69 545
Canon FD 35-70 3.5 – 4.5 22 63 – 34 8 – 9 0.50 52 63 x 61 200
Canon FD 35-105 3.5 22 63 – 23 11 – 14 0.30 72 108 x 76 640
Canon FD 50-135 3.5 32 46 – 18 12 – 16 0.60 52 125 x 71 720
Canon FD L 50-300 4.5 32 46 – 8 13 – 16 2.50 34 250 x 104 1,945 Aspherical
Canon FD 70-210 4 32 34 – 11 9 – 12 1.20 58 151 x 72 705
Canon FD 75-200 4.5 32 32 – 12 8 – 11 1.80 52 123 x 71 510
Canon FD 80-200 4 32 30 – 12 11 – 15 1 58 161 x 67 765
Canon FD 85-300 4.5 22 28 – 8 11 – 15 2.50 Built-in 247 x 94 1,630
Canon FD 100-200 5.6 32 24 – 12 5 – 8 2.50 52 167 x 63 610
Canon FD L II 100-300 5.6 32 24 – 8 10 – 15 2 58 172 x 71 820 Aspherical
Canon FD II 100-300 5.6 22 24 – 8 9 – 14 2 58 207 x 72 830
Canon FD L 150-600 5.6 32 16 – 4 13 – 19 3 34 468 x 123 4,350 Aspherical











Canon EF (current autofocus Canon bayonet; flange focal distance 44mm)
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Canon EF L Usm 14 2.8 22 114 10 – 14 0.25 Gel filters 89 x 77 560 Aspherical; only gel filters behind the rear element
Canon EF 15 2.8 22 180 7 – 8 0.20 Built-in 62 360 Fish-eye
Canon EF 20 2.8 22 94 9 – 11 0.25 72 70.6 x 77.5 405
Canon EF L Usm 24 1.4 22 84 9 – 11 0.25 77 77.4 x 83.5 550 Aspherical, 1 UD lens
Canon EF 24 2.8 22 84 10 – 10 0.25 58 48.5 x 67.5 270
Canon TS-E L 24 3.5 22 84 9 – 11 0.30 72 86.7 x 78 570 Tilt and shift, aspherical; shifted it covers a diameter of 58.6mm
Canon EF 28 2.8 22 75 5 – 5 0.30 52 42.5 x 67.4 185 Aspherical
Canon EF L Usm 35 1.4 22 63 9 – 11 0.30 72 86 x 79 580 Aspherical
Canon EF 35 2 22 63 5 – 7 0.25 52 42.5 x 67.4 210
Canon TS-E 45 2.8 22 51 9 – 10 0.40 72 90.1 x 81 645 Tilt and shift
Canon EF L Usm 50 1 16 46 9 – 11 0.45 72 81.5 x 91.5 985 UD lenses
Canon EF Usm 50 1.4 22 46 6 – 7 0.45 58 50.5 x 73.8 290
Canon EF 50 1.8 22 46 5 – 6 0.45 52 42 190
Canon EF II 50 1.8 22 46 5 – 6 0.45 52 41 x 62.8 130
Canon EF macro 50 2.5 32 46 8 – 9 0.23 52 63 x 67.6 285 Macro 1:2, 1:1 with extension tube
Canon EF L Usm (version I) 85 1.2 16 28 7 – 8 0.95 72 84 x 91.5 1,025 UD lenses
Canon EF Usm 85 1.8 22 28 7 – 9 0.85 58 71.5 x 75 425
Canon TS-E 90 2.8 32 27 5 – 6 0.50 58 73.5 x 75 460 Tilt and shift
Canon EF Usm 100 2 22 24 6 – 8 0.90 58 73.5 x 75 460
Canon EF macro 100 2.8 22 24 9 – 10 0.31 52 105.3 x 75 650 Macro 1:1
Canon EF L Usm 135 2 22 18 8 – 10 0.90 72 112 x 82.5 750 2 UD lenses
Canon EF 135 2.8 32 18 6 – 7 1.30 52 98.4 x 69.2 390 Aspherical; soft focus
Canon EF L Usm macro 180 3.5
13 12 – 14 0.48 72 186.6 x 82.5 1,090 3 UD lenses
Canon EF L 200 1.8 22 12 10 – 12 2.50 48 208 3,000 Fluorite
Canon EF L II Usm 200 2.8 22 12 7 – 9 1.50 72 136.2 x 83.2 765 2 UD lenses
Canon EF L 300 2.8 32 8 7 – 9 3 48 243 x 125 2,840 Fluorite-ED
Canon EF L IS Usm 300 2.8 22 8 13 – 17 2.50 52 252 x 128 2,550 1 fluorite lens, 2 UD lenses
Canon EF L Usm 300 4 22 8 7 – 8 2.50 77 213.5 x 90 1,300 2 UD lenses
Canon EF L IS Usm 300 4 22 8 11 – 15 1.50 77 221 x 90 1,190 2 UD lenses, image stabilization
Canon EF L Usm 400 2.8 32 6 9 – 11 4 48 348 x 167 6,100 UD lenses
Canon EF L Usm 400 5.6 22 6 6 – 7 3.50 77 256.5 x 90 1,250 1 Super UD lens, 1 UD lens
Canon EF L 600 4 32 4 8 – 9 6 48 456 6,000 Fluorite
Canon EF L Usm 17-35 2.8 22 104 – 63 10 – 15 0.42 77 95.7 x 83.5 545 Aspherical
Canon EF L Usm 20-35 2.8 22 94 – 63 12 – 15 0.50 72 79.2 x 89 570 UD lenses
Canon EF Usm 20-35 3.5 – 4.5 22 94 – 63 11 – 12 0.34 77 68.9 x 83.5 340
Canon EF Usm 24-85 3.5 – 4.5 22 84 – 28 12 – 15 0.50 67 69.5 x 73 380 Aspherical
Canon EF L Usm 28-70 2.8 22 75 – 34 11 – 16 0.50 77 117.6 x 83.2 880 Aspherical
Canon EF 28-70 3.5 – 4.5 22 75 – 34 9 – 10 0.50 52 75 300
Canon EF L Usm 28-80 2.8 – 4 22 75 – 30 11 – 15 0.50 72 119.5 x 84 945 UD lenses
Canon EF Usm 28-105 3.5 – 4.5 22 75 – 23 12 – 15 0.50 72 72 x 75 365
Canon EF Usm 28-135 3.5 – 5.6 22 76 – 18 12 – 16 0.50 72 96.8 x 78.4 540 Aspherical
Canon EF A 35-70 3.5 – 4.5 22 63 – 34 8 – 9 0.39 52 63 250
Canon EF macro 35-70 3.5 – 4.5 22 63 – 34 8 – 9 0.50 52 63 245
Canon EF macro 35-105 3.5 – 4.5 22 63 – 23 11 – 14 1.20 58 81 400
Canon EF 35-135 3.5 – 4.5 22 63 – 18 11 – 14 1.20 58 81 400
Canon EF L Usm 35-350 3.5 – 5.6 22 63 – 7 15 – 21 0.60 (135mm)
2.2 (350mm)
72 167.4 x 85 1,385 2 UD lenses
Canon EF 50-200 3.5 – 4.5 22 47 – 12 13 – 16 1.20 58 146 x 75 684
Canon EF L 50-200 3.5 – 4.5 22 47 – 12 13 – 16 1.20 58 146 x 75 684 Fluorite-ED
Canon EF L Usm 70-210 2.8 22 34 – 12 15 – 18 1.50 77 193.6 x 84.6 1,310 4 UD lenses
Canon EF macro 70-210 4 32 34 – 11 8 – 11 1.50 58 137 650
Canon EF IS Usm 75-300 4 – 5.6 22 32 – 8 10 – 15 1.50 58 138.2 x 78.5 650 Image stabilization
Canon EF L 80-200 2.8 32 30 – 12 13 – 16 1.80 72 185.7 x 84 1,330 UD lenses
Canon EF A 100-200 4.5 32 24 – 12 7 – 10 1.90 58 130 520
Canon EF Usm 100-300 4.5 – 5.6 32 24 – 8 10 – 13 1.50 58 121.5 x 73 540
Canon EF 100-300 5.6 32 24 – 8 9 – 15 2 58 166 720
Canon EF L 100-300 5.6 32 24 – 8 10 – 15 1.50 58 166.6 x 75 695 Aspherical, 1 fluorite lens, 1 UD lens
Canon EF L IS Usm 100-400 4.5 – 5.6 22 24 – 6 14 – 17 1.80 72 189 x 92 1,360 Image stabilization, 1 fluorite lens, 1 Super UD lens











Canon (look under “Leica m39”) (M39 39x1mm screw mount; flange focal distance 28.8mm)











Contax C/Y (Contax / Yashica bayonet; flange focal distance 45.5mm)
For a more detailed view visit: http://www.contaxcameras.co.uk/slr/slrmanlenses.html
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Zeiss Distagon 15 3.5 22 110 12 – 13 0.16 Built-in 94 x 83 815 Floating elements
Zeiss F Distagon T 16 2.8 22 180 7 – 8 0.30 Built-in 61 x 70 460 Fish-eye
Zeiss Distagon T MM 18 4 22 100 9 – 10 0.30 86 51 x 70 350 Floating elements
Zeiss Distagon T MM 21 2.8 22 92 13 – 15 0.22 82 90 x 85 515
Zeiss Distagon T MM 25 2.8 22 80 7 – 8 0.25 55 56 x 62 360
Zeiss Distagon T MM 28 2 22 74 8 – 9 0.24 55 76 x 62 530 Floating elements
Zeiss Distagon T MM 28 2.8 22 74 7 – 7 0.25 55 50 x 62 280
Zeiss Distagon T MM 35 1.4 16 62 8 – 9 0.30 67 76 x 70 600 Aspherical; floating elements
Zeiss Distagon T MM 35 2.8 22 62 6 – 6 0.40 55 46 x 62 245
Zeiss PC Distagon T 35 2.8 22 63-83 9 – 9 0.30 70 85 x 70 725 Shift; floating elements
Zeiss Tessar T MM 45 2.8 22 50 3 – 4 0.60 49 18 x 60 90 Pancake
Zeiss Planar T MM 50 1.4 16 45 6 – 7 0.45 55 41 x 62 275
Zeiss Planar T MM 50 1.7 16 45 6 – 7 0.60 55 36 x 61 190
Zeiss S-Planar Makro 60 2.8 22 39 4 – 6 0.24 67 74 x 75 570 Macro 1:1
Zeiss C-Planar Makro MM 60 2.8 22 39 4 – 6 0.27 55 51 x 65.5 260 Macro 1:2
Zeiss Planar T MM 85 1.4 16 28 5 – 6 1 67 64 x 70 595
Zeiss Sonnar T MM 85 2.8 22 27 4 – 5 1 55 46 x 62 230
Zeiss Sonnar T MM 100 2 22 24 5 – 6 1 67 84 x 70 670
Zeiss Planar Makro 100 2.8 22 24 7 – 7 0.45 67 87 x 76 740 Macro 1:1
Zeiss Sonnar T MM 100 3.5 22 24 4 – 5 1 55 61 x 61 285
Zeiss S-Planar Makro Bellows 100 4 32 - 4 – 6 - 55 48.5 x 62.5 285 Macro lens without a focusing helicoid, only for use on a bellows
Zeiss Planar T MM 135 2 22 18 5 – 5 1.50 72 101 x 75 830
Zeiss Sonnar T MM 135 2.8 22 18 4 – 5 1.60 55 93 x 68 585
Zeiss Sonnar T MM 180 2.8 22 14 5 – 6 1.40 72 131 x 78 815 Floating elements
Zeiss Aposonnar T 200 2 22 12 9 – 11 1.80 - 182 x 123 2,600 Insert type filters only
Zeiss Tele Tessar T 200 3.5 22 12 5 – 6 1.80 67 122 x 78 780
Zeiss Tele Tessar T MM 200 4 32 12 5 – 6 1.50 55 122 x 66 550
Zeiss Tele Apotessar T 300 2.8 22 8 7 – 8 3.50 Built-in 244 x 120 2,600 Apochromatic
Zeiss Tele Tessar MM 300 4 32 8 5 – 5 3.50 82 205 x 88 1,020
Zeiss Mirotar T 500 4.5 - 5 5 – 5 3.50 Built-in 225 x 151 4,500 Catadioptric (mirror lens)
Zeiss Mirotar T MM 500 8 - 5 4 – 6 3.50 82 ~120 x 88 795 Catadioptric (mirror lens)
Zeiss Mirotar T 1000 5.6 - 2 5 – 5 12 Built-in 470 x 250 16,500 Catadioptric (mirror lens)
Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T MM 28-70 3.5 – 4.5 22 77 – 35 8 – 9 0.50 67 68 x 70 320
Zeiss Vario-Sonnar 28-85 3.3 – 4 22 75 – 28 13 – 16 0.60 82 99 x 85 735
Zeiss Vario-Sonnar MM 35-70 3.4 22 64 – 34 10 – 10 0.70 67 80 x 70 475 Macro 1:2.5
Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T MM 35-135 3.3 22 64 – 18 15 – 16 1.30 82 107 x 85 735
Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T 40-80 3.5 22 55 – 31 9 – 13 1.20 55 87 x 67 605
Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T 70-210 3.5 22 33 – 12 12 – 15 1.80 67 186 x 77 1,145
Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T MM 80-200 4 22 30 – 12 10 – 13 1 55 160 x 67 675
Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T MM 100-300 4.5 – 5.6 32 25 – 8 7 – 12 1.50 67 143 x 71 925











Contax N (Contax autofocus bayonet; flange focal distance 48mm)
For a more detailed view visit: http://www.contaxcameras.co.uk/slr/slrautolenses.html
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Zeiss Planar T 50 1.4 16 46 6 – 7 0.45 67 55 x 80 310
Zeiss Planar T 85 1.4 16 29 9 – 10 0.83 82 80 x 90 800
Zeiss Makro-Sonnar T 100 2.8 22 25 8 – 12 0.32 72 130 x 86 960 Macro 1:1
Zeiss Tele Apotessar T 400 4 32 6 6 – 7 2.90 - 290 x 120 3,580 Insert type filters only
Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T 17-35 2.8 22 102 – 13 10 – 15 0.50 95 96 x 102 900
Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T 24-85 3.5 – 4.5 22 84 – 29 12 – 14 0.50 82 71 x 90 570
Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T 28-80 3.5 – 5.6 22 73 – 13 7 – 7 0.25 55 70 x 76 380
Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T 70-200 3.5 – 4.5 22 31 – 13 11 – 14 1 67 106 x 78 620
Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T 70-300 4 – 5.6 32 34 – 8 11 – 16 1.50 72 129 x 88 1,070











Contax G (Contax G bayonet; flange focal distance 29.0mm)
For a more detailed view visit: http://www.contaxcameras.co.uk/gseries/glenses.html
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Zeiss Hologon T 16 8 - 106 3 – 5 0.30 - 57 x 11 125 Pancake, fixed aperture, supplied with a radial gray filter
Zeiss Biogon T 21 2.8 22 90 7 – 9 0.50 55 59 x 35.5 180
Zeiss Biogon T 28 2.8 22 75 5 – 7 0.50 46 56 x 30.5 150
Zeiss Planar T 35 2 16 63 5 – 7 0.50 46 56 x 31.5 150
Zeiss Planar T 45 2 16 50 4 – 6 0.50 46 56 x 38.5 190
Zeiss Sonnar T 90 2.8 22 27 4 – 5 1 46 63 x 56 240
Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T 35-70 3.5 – 5.6 22 62 – 35 8 – 13 1 46 54 x 59 290











Contax RF / Kiev (Contax and Kiev rangefinder bayonet; flange focal distance 34.85mm)
For a more detailed view visit: http://camerapedia.wikia.com/wiki/Contax_rangefinder_lenses or http://www005.upp.so-net.ne.jp/chatvert/zeiss/cx.html
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Contax lenses: pre-war
Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 28 8
75




“2.8cm”; uncoupled to the rangefinder
Carl Zeiss Jena Biogon 35 2.8
63




“3.5cm”; large rear element, does not mount on Contax IIa or IIIa
Carl Zeiss Jena Herar 35 3.5
63




“3.5cm”
Carl Zeiss Jena Orthometar 35 4.5
63




“3.5cm”
Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 40 2
56




“4cm”
Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 42? 2






“4cm 1/4”
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 50 1.5
45 3? - 7?



Sonnar design
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 50 2 22 45 3 – 6 1


Sonnar design; collapsible
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 50 2 22 45 3 – 6 1


Sonnar design; rigid
Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 50 2.8
45




“5cm”, collapsible
Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 50 3.5
45




“5cm”, collapsible
Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 50 3.5
45




“5cm”, rigid
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 85 2
27 3? - 7?



“8.5cm”; Sonnar design
Carl Zeiss Jena Triotar 85 4
27




“8.5cm”
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 135 4
18 3? - 4?



“13.5”; Sonnar design
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 180 2.8
14




“18cm”, direct mount
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 180 2.8
14




“18cm”, Flektoscop mount
Carl Zeiss Jena Tele-Tessar K 180 6.3
14




“18cm”
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 300 4
8




“30cm”, Flektoscop mount
Carl Zeiss Jena Tele-Tessar K 300 8
8




“30cm”, direct mount
Carl Zeiss Jena Fernobjektiv 500 8
5




“50cm”; direct mount
Post-war Contax lenses: Carl Zeiss Jena (East Germany)
Carl Zeiss Jena Topogon 25 4
80




“2.5cm”
Carl Zeiss Jena Biogon 35 2.8
63




“3.5cm”; large rear element, does not mount on Contax IIa or IIIa
Carl Zeiss Jena Biometar 35 2.8
63




“3.5cm”
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 50 1.5
45 3? - 7?



“5cm”; Sonnar design
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 50 2 22 45 3 – 6 1


“5cm”; Sonnar design; rigid
Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 50 3.5
45




“5cm”, rigid
Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 75 1.5






“7.5cm”
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 85 2
27 3? - 7?



“8.5cm”; Sonnar design
Carl Zeiss Jena Triotar 85 4
27




“8.5cm”
Carl Zeiss Jena Triotar 135 4
18




“13.5cm”
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 135 4
18 3? - 4?



“13.5”; Sonnar design
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 180 2.8
14




“18cm”, Flektoscop mount
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 180 2.8
14




“18cm”, Flektometer mount
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 300 4
8




“30cm”, Flektoscop mount
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 300 4
8




“30cm”, Flektometer mount
Carl Zeiss Jena Fernobjektiv 500 8
5




“50cm”; direct mount
Post-war Contax lenses: Carl Zeiss Oberkochen (West Germany) (at first marked “Zeiss Opton”, later on “Carl Zeiss”)
Carl Zeiss Biogon 21 4.5
90





Carl Zeiss Biogon 35 2.8
63




Shorter rear element, mounts on all Contax models
Carl Zeiss Planar 35 3.5
63





Carl Zeiss Sonnar 50 1.5
45 3? - 7?



Rigid
Carl Zeiss Sonnar 50 2 22 45 3 – 6 1


Rigid
Carl Zeiss Tessar 50 3.5
45




Rigid
Carl Zeiss Tessar macro 50 3.5
45





Carl Zeiss Sonnar 85 2
27 3? - 7?




Carl Zeiss Tessar 115 3.5






To use with Panflex reflex housing and bellows
Carl Zeiss Sonnar 135 4
18 3? - 4?




Kiev (Russian) lenses
Orion-15 28 6 22 75 4 - 4 1 49
80 Topogon design
Jupiter-12 35 2.8 22 63 4 - 6 0.90 40.5 58 130 Biogon design
Jupiter-3 50 1.5 22 45 3 - 7 1 40.5

“5cm”; Sonnar design
Helios-103 50 1.8 22 45 3 – 6 1



Jupiter-8 50 2 22 45 3 - 6 1 40.5

Sonnar design
Jupiter-9 85 2 22 27 3 - 7 1 49

Sonnar design
Jupiter-11 135 4 22 18 3 - 4 1.30 40.5


Nikon RF for Contax (marked with a “C” on the barrel, not the same “C” on the ring of the coated lenses)
Nikkor S-C 50 1.4 16 46 3 – 7
43 x 0.5
200 “5cm”; Sonnar design?; 12 blades aperture; also available in m39
Nikkor S H-C 50 2
46 3 – 6
40.5
175 “5cm”, rigid, 10 blades aperture
Nikkor S P-C 105 2.5 32 28 3 – 5 1.20 52
535 “10.5cm”, also available in m39; Sonnar design?
Nikkor S Q-C 135 3.5 32 18 3 – 4 1.50 40.5
520 “13.5cm”; also available in m39











Cosina (manual focus, available in various mounts)
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Cosina 20 3.8
94





Cosina 24 2.8
84





Cosina 28 2.8 16 74 6 – 7
52
165
Cosina MC Macro 100 3.5 22 24 4 – 5 0.43 52 71 x 68 207 Macro 1:1
Cosina 19-35 3.5 – 4.5







Cosina 100-300 5.6 – 6.7
24 – 8





Cosina 100-500 5.6 – 8
24 – 5
















Doi-group (interchangeable T2 adapters, available in various mounts)
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Doi 135 2.8 22 18 4 – 4 2.20 55 79 x 62 340
Doi 300 5.6 - 8 2 – 7 3.50 72 235 x 65 650 Catadioptric (mirror lens)
Doi 400 6.3 22 6 3 – 4 6.60 67 330 x 75 750
Doi 500 8 32 5 3 – 4 9.50 67 420 x 75 800











Elicar (manual focus, available in various mounts)
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Elicar BIG 60 DA 600-1000 9.9 – 13
4 – 2

77


Elicar BIG 808 ZE 800-1250 9.9 – 15.6
3 – 2

82
1,400











Fuji X mount (Fuji autofocus bayonet for their digital cameras; flange focal distance 17.70mm)
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Fujinon XF R 14 2.8 22 91 7 – 10 0.18 58 58.4 x 65 235 3 UD lenses; aspherical
Fujinon XF R 18 2 16 76 7 – 8 0.18 52 33.7 x 64.5 116 Aspherical
Fujinon XF R 23 1.4 16 63 8 – 11 0.28 62 63 x 72 300 Aspherical
Fujinon XF R 27 2.8 16 55 5 – 7 0.34 39 23 x 61.2 78 Aspherical
Fujinon XF R 35 1.4 16 44 6 – 8 0.38 52 50.4 x 65 187 Aspherical
Fujinon XF R 56 1.2 16 28 8 – 11 0.70 62 69.7 x 73.2 405 2 UD lenses; aspherical
Fujinon XF R APD 56 1.2 16 28 8 – 11 0.70 62 69.7 x 73.2 405 2 UD lenses; aspherical; portrait lens with apodization filter, similar to Nikon “Defocus control” series and Rodenstock “Imagon”
Fujinon XF R Macro 60 2.4 22 26 8 – 10 0.27 39 63.6 x 64.1 215 1 UD lens; aspherical
Fujinon XF R OIS 10-24 4 22 110 – 61 10 – 14 0.24 72 87 x 78 410 4 UD lenses; aspherical; image stabilization
Fujinon XF R LM OIS 18-55 2.8 – 4 22 76 – 29 10 – 14 0.10 58 70.4 x 65 310 1 UD lens; aspherical; image stabilization
Fujinon XF R LM OIS WR 18-135 3.5 – 5.6 22 76 – 12 12 – 16 0.45 67 97.8 x 75.7 490 2 UD lenses; aspherical; image stabilization; water resistant
Fujinon XF R LM OIS WR 50-140 2.8 22 31 – 11 16 – 23 1 72 175.9 x 82.9 995 5 UD lenses; image stabilization; water resistant
Fujinon XF R LM OIS 55-200 3.5 – 4.8 22 29 – 8 10 – 14 1.10 62 118 x 75 580 2 UD lenses; aspherical; image stabilization
Fujinon XC R OIS 16-50 3.5 – 5.6 22 83 – 31 10 – 12 0.30 58 65.2 x 62.6 195 1 UD lens; aspherical; image stabilization
Fujinon XC R OIS 50-230 4.5 – 6.7 22 32 – 7 10 – 13 1.10 58 111 x 69.5
1 UD lens; aspherical; image stabilization











Fujica X mount (Fuji / Fujica manual focus bayonet; flange focal distance 43.45mm)
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
EBC Fujinon F DM 16 2.8 16 180 8 – 12 0.20 Built-in 56 x 74 408
EBC Fujinon SW DM 19 3.5 16 95 8 – 11 0.25 72 51 x 75 265
EBC Fujinon W DM 24 2.8 16 84 8 – 9 0.25 49 46 x 66 195
EBC Fujinon W DM 28 3.5 16 74 5 – 5 0.30 49 41 x 62 160
EBC Fujinon W DM 35 1.9 16 63 6 – 8 0.35 49 50 x 61 205
EBC Fujinon W DM 35 2.8 16 63 6 – 7 0.35 49 46 x 62 190
EBC Fujinon DM 50 1.2 16 45 7 – 7 0.45 55 50 x 66 300
Fujinon DM 50 1.6 16 48 6 – 6 0.60 49 37 x 62 170
EBC Fujinon DM 50 1.6 16 48 6 – 6 0.60 49 37 x 62 170
Fujinon DM 50 1.9 16 47 5 – 5 0.60 49 37 x 62 150
Fujinon FM 50 1.9 16 47 5 – 5 0.60 49 37 x 62 150 For STX-2 and AX-1 cameras
Fujinon 55 2.2 16 43 4 – 4 0.60 49 37 x 62 145
EBC Fujinon M DM 55 3.5 22 43 4 – 5 0.24 49 54 x 62 202 Macro 1:2?
EBC Fujinon T DM 100 2.8 22 24 4 – 5 1 49 62 x 62 245
EBC Fujinon T DM 135 2.5 22 18 4 – 5 1.50 58 83 x 67 425
EBC Fujinon T DM 135 3.5 22 18 4 – 4 1.50 49 79 x 62 290
EBC Fujinon T DM 200 4.5 22 12 5 – 5 2.50 49 134 x 65 490
EBC Fujinon T 400 4.5 45 6 4 – 5 8 49 291 x 101 1,990
Fujinon Z DM 29-47 3.5 – 4.2 22 74 – 50 8 – 8 0.60 55 52 x 65 285
Fujinon Z DM 43 – 75 3.5 – 4.5 22 54 – 32 7 – 7 1.20 49 62 x 64 310
EBC Fujinon Z DM 75-150 4.5 22 33 – 16 9 – 12 1.80 62 145 x 71 715
EBC Fujinon Z DM 85-225 4.5 22 28 – 11 9 – 12 1.60 55 155 x 71 720











Hasselblad Xpan (Hasselblad Xpan, Fuji TX1 and TX2 rangefinder bayonet; flange focal distance 34.27mm)
For a more detailed view visit: http://harrysproshop.com/Hasselblad_Xpan/hasselblad_xpan.html
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Hasselblad Xpan Asph 30 5.6 22 72 – 94 8 – 10 0.70 58 53 x 60 310 Aspherical; supplied with a centre (radial gray) filter
Hasselblad Xpan 45 4 22 51 – 74 6 – 8 0.70 49 47 x 60 235
Hasselblad Xpan 90 4 22 27 – 42 7 – 9 1 49 73 x 60 365











Kiev / Contax RF (look under “Contax RF / Kiev”) (Contax and Kiev rangefinder bayonet; flange focal distance 34.85mm)











Kiron (available in various mounts)
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Kiron 24 2 16 83 8 – 8 0.30 55 47 x 65 288
Kiron 28 2 16 74 8 – 8 0.30 55 47 x 65 284
Kiron macro 105 2.8 32 23 6 – 6 0.35 52 102 x 72 650 Macro 1:1











Konica AR (Konica reflex bayonet; flange focal distance 40.50mm)
Konica UC 15 2.8

7 – 10




Konica 21 4
92 7 – 11




Konica 24 2.8
84 8 – 8




Konica UC 28 1.8
74 8 – 8




Konica 28 3.5
74 7 – 7




Konica 35 2
63 7 – 9




Konica 35 2.8
63 5 – 6




Konica 40 1.8
57 5 – 6 0.45 55 27 x 55 140 Pancake
Konica 50 1.4
45 6 – 7




Konica 50 1.7
45 5 – 6




Konica macro 55 3.5
43 3 – 4



Macro 1:2?
Konica 57 1.2

6 – 7




Konica 85 1.8
28 5 – 6




Konica 100 2.8
24 4 – 5




Konica macro 105 4
23 3 – 5



Macro 1:2?
Konica 135 2.5
18 4 – 4




Konica 135 3.2
18 4 – 5




Konica 200 3.5
12 4 – 5




Konica 300 4.5
8 5 – 8




Konica FL 300 6.3
8 5 – 9




Konica 400 4.5
6 4 – 4




Konica 800 8
3 1 – 2




Konica Reflex 1000 8 - 2 6 – 7



Catadioptric (mirror lens)
Konica Varifocal 35-100 2.8
63 – 24 10 – 15




Konica UC 45-100 3.5
51 – 24 10 – 11




Konica UC 80-200 4
30 – 12 10 – 14















Konica M-Hexanon (look under “Leica M”) (Leica M, Leica CL, Minolta CL-E, Zeiss Ikon, Konica Hexar bayonet; flange focal distance 27.8mm)











Leica m39 VARIOUS MAKERS (M39 39x1mm screw mount; flange focal distance 28.8mm)
For a more detailed view visit: http://camerapedia.wikia.com/wiki/39mm_screw_lenses and http://canonrangefinder.servehttp.com
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Canon M39
Canon 19 3.5 16 95 7 – 9 0.50 55 30.5 x 58.6 200 Rangefinder coupled, some are marked “FL”
Canon 25 3.5 22 80 3 – 5 1 40 15 x 48 145 Design based on the Zeiss Topogon
Canon 28 2.8
75 4 – 6




Canon Serenar 28 3.5 22 75 4 – 6 1 34 18.5 x 48 145 Gauss design
Canon 28 3.5 22 75 4 – 6 1 34 24.7 x 48 120 Gauss design
Canon 35 1.5
64 4 – 8




Canon 35 1.8 22 64 4 – 7
40

Planar design
Canon (1962) 35 2 22 64 4 – 7 1 40 28 x 49 107
Canon (1962? – 1972) 35 2 22 64 4 – 7 1 40
107 Different optical design
Canon Serenar 35 2.8
64





Canon 35 2.8
64 4 – 6




Canon Serenar 35 3.2 22 64 4 – 6




Canon Serenar 35 3.5
64 3 – 4




Canon 35 3.5
64 4 – 6




Canon 50 0.95
45 4? - 7



Planar design. Has to be adapted to mount on m39, but many have been already
Canon 50 1.2 22 45 5 – 7 1 55

Planar design
Canon (1957 – 1958) 50 1.4 22 45 4 – 6 1 48

Planar design
Canon (1959 – 1972) 50 1.4 22 45 4 – 6 1 48
246 Planar design. Same groups-lenses, but different optical scheme.
Canon Serenar 50 1.5 22 45 3 – 7 1 40

Sonnar design
Canon 50 1.5 22 45 3 – 7 1 40

Sonnar design
Canon Serenar 50 1.8
45 4 – 6 1 40

Planar design
Canon 50 1.8 22 45 4 – 6 1 40

Planar design
Canon Serenar 50 1.9
45 4 – 6



Collapsible
Canon 50 1.9
45 4 – 6




Canon Serenar 50 2
45 4 – 6




Canon 50 2.2
45 4 – 5




Canon 50 2.8
45 3 – 4




Canon Serenar 50 3.5
45 3 – 4



Collapsible
Canon Serenar 50 4
45 3 – 4



Not rangefinder coupled
Canon Serenar 85 1.5
27 4 – 7




Canon 85 1.5
27 4 – 7




Canon 85 1.8
27 4 – 5




Canon Serenar 85 1.9
27 4 – 6




Canon 85 1.9
27 4 – 6




Canon Serenar 85 2
27 4 – 6




Canon 85 2
27





Canon Serenar 100 2
24 4 – 6


515 Planar design
Canon 100 2
24 4 – 6


515 Planar design
Canon Serenar 100 3.5
24 4 – 5




Canon 100 3.5
24 4 – 5 1 40


Canon Serenar 100 4 22 24 3 – 3 1.07 34
265
Canon Serenar 135 3.5
18 3 – 4




Canon 135 3.5
18 3 – 4 1.50 48


Canon Serenar 135 4
18 3 – 4




Canon 200 3.5
12 3 – 7




Canon 400 4.5
6 4 – 5




Canon 800 8
3 1 – 2




Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Contax m39
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 50 2
46




Sonnar design; same optics as Contax RF version
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 50 1.5
46




Sonnar design; same optics as Contax RF version
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 85 2
28




Sonnar design; same optics as Contax RF version
Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 135 4
18




Sonnar design; same optics as Contax RF version
Kobalux (also sold as Avenar, Bower and Pasoptik)
Kobalux 21 2.8 22 92 6 – 8
58 48 x 66 215 Modern m39 Leica screw lens (? – 2002)
Kobalux 28 3.5 16 74

43.5
115 Modern m39 Leica screw lens (? – 2002)
Komura
Komura 200 4.5
12





Konica Hexanon
Hexanon L 35 2 16 64 6 – 7 0.90 46

Modern m39 Leica screw lens (1996)
Hexanon L UC 35 2 16 64 6 – 7 1 43 27.3 x 51 133 Modern m39 Leica screw lens (2001)
Hexanon 50 1.9
46




Made in the 1950s
Hexanon L 50 2.4 16 46 4 – 6 0.80


Modern m39 Leica screw lens, collapsible (1997)
Hexanon 50 3.5
46




Made in the 1950s, collapsible
Hexanon 60 1.2
32




Made in the 1950s
Hexanon L 60 1.2
32 6 – 7 0.80 58

Modern m39 Leica screw lens (1999)
Leica LTM
Super Angulon (1958 – 1963) 21 4 22 92 4 – 9 1 39 27 x 51 250
Hektor (1935 – 1955) 28 6.3
74





Summaron (1955 – 1963) 28 5.6
74





Summicron (1958 – 1963) 35 2 16 64 6 – 8 1 39 28.4 x 51

Summicron Asph (1999 ) 35 2 16 64 5 – 7 1 39 34.5 x 53 325 Aspherical, same optics as the M version
Summaron (1958 – 1974) 35 2.8 22 64 4 – 6 1 39 29 x 51 170 Without goggles
Summaron (1948 – 1956) 35 3.5 22 64
1 A36
145
Elmar (1930 – 1950) 35 3.5
64




Pre-war uncoated, post-war coated
Summaron (1949 – 1960) 35 3.5 22 64 ? - 6 1 39
175
Summilux (1999) 50 1.4 16 45 5 – 7
46 46.7 x 54.5
Telescopic lens hood
Xenon (1936 – 1950) 50 1.5
45




Sonnar design. Usually uncoated pre-war, but some got sent back to be coated
Summarit (1949 – 1960) 50 1.5
45




Sonnar design. Said to be same formula as the Xenon, just coated
Summar (1932 – 1939) 50 2 12.5 45 ? - 6 1 A36 20.9 x 47.5 180 Collapsible, “5cm”
Summitar (1939 – 1953) 50 2 16 45 4 – 7 1 L type
(39 with SNHOO adapter)
24 x 42.3 205 Single coated from 1946
Summicron (1952 – 1960 ) 50 2 16 45 5? – 7?
39
215 Collapsible, single coated
Summicron (1956 ) (type 2) 50 2 16 45 5 – 7 1 39 53.7 x 57 250 Single coated
Summicron (1960 – 1963 ) (type 2) 50 2 16 45 5 – 7 1 39 53.7 x 57 250 Single coated
Summicron (1999) 50 2 16 45 4 – 6 1 39 43.5 x 53 325 Telescopic lens hood
Hektor (1931 – 1948) 50 2.5






Collapsible, uncoated
Elmar (1957 – 1974) 50 2.8 16 45 3 – 4 1 39 21 x 51 190 Collapsible, single coated
Elmar (1930 – 1959) 50 3.5 18 45 3 – 4 1 Early: A36
(39 with SOOGZ adapter)
Later: 39
9.4 x 47.1 111 Collapsible, early uncoated, then single coated; Cooke triplet variant?
Hektor (1931 – 1946) 73 1.9







Summarex (1943 – 1960) 85 1.5
28





Summicron (1957 – 1962) 90 2 16 27 5 – 6 1 48 102.5 x 65.3
Same optics as the M version
Thambar (1935 – 1949) 90 2.2
27




Soft focus
Elmar (1933 – 1964) 90 4 32 27 ? - 4
A36 (later 39)
195
Elmar (1932 – 1937) 105 6.3
23





Hektor (1954 – 1963) 125 2.5






Bellows lens
Elmar (1931 – 1936) 135 4.5
18





Hektor (1933 – 1960) 135 4.5 32 18 3 – 4 1.50 39 127.5 x 51 435 Single-coated from 1946 starting at serial 590,551
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Minolta m39
Minolta 28 3.5
75 ? - 5



Modern m39 Leica screw lens (1998)
Nikon m39 (look also under “Nikon RF” for more complete specs)
Nikkor 25 4 22 81 4 – 4




Nikkor 28 3.5 22 74 4 – 6




Nikkor 35 1.8 22 63 5 – 7




Nikkor 35 2.5 22 63 4 – 6




Nikkor 35 3.5 22 63 4 – 6




Nikkor 50 1.1 22 46 6 – 9




Nikkor 50 1.4 16 46 3 – 7 0.40 (uncoupled) 43

Sonnar design
Nikkor 50 2
46 3 – 6




Nikkor Micro 50 3.5
46 3 – 5




Nikkor 85 2
28





Nikkor 105 2.5
23





Nikkor 135 3.5 32 18 3 – 4




Panomigon
Panomigon 15 11 (22) - 110




Fixed aperture, f/11 but effectively f/22. Modern m39 Leica screw lens (1999)
Pentax m39
Pentax Limited Asph 40 1.9 22 56 6 – 7
49

Aspherical, modern m39 Leica screw lens (2000), same optics as the SLR version
Ricoh LTM
Ricoh GR 21 3.5
92 6 – 9



Modern m39 Leica screw lens (1999)
Ricoh GR 28 2.8
75




Modern m39 Leica screw lens (1999)
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Russian lenses
MIR-2 20 5.6 22 94 4 - 6 0.50 55
95 Not rangefinder coupled?
Russar MR-2 20 5.6 22 94 4 – 6 0.50 48
70 Not rangefinder coupled
Fed 28 4.5 18 75 4 – 6 1


Collapsible
Orion-15 28 6 22 75 4 - 4 1 49
80 Topogon design
Jupiter-12 35 2.8 22 64 4 - 6 0.90 40.5 58 130 Biogon design
Jupiter-3 (silver version) 50 1.5 22 45 3 – 7 0.90 40.5 55 x 43 138 “5cm”; Sonnar design
Fed 50 2 18 45 4 – 6 1


Collapsible
Jupiter-8 50 2 22 45 3 - 6 1 40.5 45 130 Sonnar design
Industar-22 50 3.5 16 45 3 – 4 1.25 36 (push on)
80 Collapsible
Industar-22 50 3.5 16 45 3 – 4 1.25 36 (push on)

Rigid
Industar-50 50 3.5 16 45 3 - 4 1 36 (push on)
112 Collapsible; new version of Industar-22
Industar-50 50 3.5 16 45 3 - 4 1 36 (push on)
112 Rigid; new version of Industar-22
Fed 50 3.5 16 45 3 – 4 1.25 36 (push on)
80 “5cm”; collapsible (same as Industar-22)
Fed 50 3.5 16 45 3 – 4 1.25 36 (push on)
80 Collapsible (same as Industar-22)
Industar-26M 50 3.5 22 45 3 - 4 1 40.5
100
Mercury-1 52 2 22
? - 7 1



Industar-N61 L/D 55 2.8 16 43 3 – 4 1 40.5 38 x 54.3 130 Tessar design; lanthanum glass
Helios-40 85 1.5 22? 43 4 – 6

82? x 96? 800? Biotar design; preset aperture
Jupiter-9 (silver version) 85 2 22 28 3 – 7 1.15 49 75 x 57 312 “8,5cm”; Sonnar design
Fed 100 6.3 36 24 2 – 4 1



Jupiter-11 135 4 22 18 3 - 4 2.50? 40.5
360
Steinheil Culminar
Steinheil Culminar 85 2.8
28





Voigtlander screwmount
Ultra Wide-Heliar Asph 12 5.6 22 121 8 – 10 0.30 77 38.2 x 50.5 162 Aspherical
Super Wide-Heliar Asph 15 4.5 22 110 6 – 8 0.30 - 30.7 x 49.6 105 Aspherical
Color Skopar 21 4 22 90 6 – 8 0.70 39

In scale focusing up to 0.50m
Snapshot-Skopar 25 4 22 82 5 – 7 0.70 39 29.5 x 49.5 90
Ultron Asph 28 1.9 22 75 7 – 9 0.70 46 63.1 x 55 265 Aspherical
Color Skopar 28 3.5 22 75 5 – 7 0.70 39
163
Ultron Asph 35 1.7 16 63 5 – 8 0.90 39 47.7 x 55 203 Aspherical
Color Skopar Pancake 35 2.5 22 63 5 – 7 0.90 43 25 x 55 134 Pancake
Color Skopar Classic 35 2.5 22 63 5 – 7 0.70 39 31 x 49.5 116
Nokton (1950s version) 50 1.5
46
1 45

Sonnar design
Nokton Asph 50 1.5 16 46 5 – 6 0.90 52 54.5 x 60 243 Aspherical
Heliar 50 2 16 46 3 – 5 1 39 37.5 191 10th anniversary limited edition
Color Skopar 50 2.5 22 46 6 – 7
39


Heliar 50 3.5 22 46 3 – 5 1 27 23.2 147 Collapsible, 101th anniversary limited edition
Color-Heliar 75 2.5 16 32 5 – 6 1 43 64.5 x 55.5 230
Apo Lanthar 90 3.5 22 27 5 – 6 1.20 39 90 x 51 260 Apochromatic











Leica M VARIOUS MAKERS (Leica M, Leica CL, Minolta CL-E, Zeiss Ikon, Konica Hexar bayonet; flange focal distance 27.8mm)
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Konica M-Hexanon
M-Hexanon 28 2.8 22 76 7 – 8 0.70 46 40.1 x 55.4 230
M-Hexanon 35 2
64





M-Hexanon 50 1.2
45
0.90 62


M-Hexanon 50 2 16 45 5 – 6 0.70 40.5 54 x 54 255
M-Hexanon 90 2.8 22 27 4 – 5 1 46 69.7 x 55 307
M-Hexanon Dual 21-35 3.4 – 4
92 – 64
0.80 62 60 x 55

Leica M
Super Elmar Asph 18 3.8 16 100 7 – 8 0.70 77
(with optional filter holder)

310 Aspherical
Summilux Asph 21 1.4 16 92 8 – 10 0.70 Series VIII filters
In lens hood
66 x 70 580 Aspherical
Elmarit (1980 – 1985) 21 2.8 16 92 6 – 8 0.70 49
290 It focuses not coupled to the rangefinder up to 0.38m
Elmarit (1985 – 1997) 21 2.8 16 92 6 – 8 0.70 60 46.5 x 62 290
Elmarit Asph (1997 – 2011) 21 2.8 16 92 7 – 9 0.70 55 46 x 58 317
Super Angulon (1963 – 1980) 21 3.4 22 92 4 – 8 0.70 48 51 300 It focuses not coupled to the rangefinder up to 0.40m
Super Elmar Asph 21 3.4 16 92 7 – 8 0.70 46 55 x 66 250 Aspherical
Super Angulon (1958 – 1963) 21 4 22 92 4 – 9 0.60 39 27 x 51 250 It focuses not coupled to the rangefinder up to 0.40m
Summilux Asph 24 1.4 16 84 8 – 10 0.70 77
(with optional filter holder)
75.6 x 61 435 Aspherical
Elmarit Asph 24 2.8 16 84 5 – 7 0.70 55 45 x 58 290 Aspherical
Elmar Asph 24 2.8 16 84
0.70 46 41 x 57 260 Aspherical
Summicron Asph (2000 – ) 28 2 16 76 6 – 9 0.70 46 40.8 x 53 255 Aspherical
Elmarit (III version) 28 2.8 22 76 6 – 8 0.70 49 41.4 x 53 260
Elmarit (IV version) 28 2.8 22 76 7 – 8 0.70 46
250
Elmarit Asph (2006 – ) 28 2.8 22 76 6 – 8 0.70 39 30 x 52 175 Aspherical
Summilux (1960 – 1966) 35 1.4 16 64 5 – 7 1 Series VII filters
In lens hood
28 x 52 245
Summilux (1967 – 1995) 35 1.4 16 64 5 – 7 1 41 28 x 52 200
Summilux Asph (1994 – 2010) 35 1.4 16 64 5 – 9 0.70 46 46.2 x 53.2 310 Aspherical
Summilux Asph (2010 – ) 35 1.4 16 64 5 – 9 0.70 46 46 x 56 320 Aspherical, floating elements
Summicron (1958 – 1969) 35 2 16 64 6 – 8 0.70 39 28.4 x 51
Without goggles
Summicron (1958 – 1974) 35 2 16 64 6 – 8 0.65 39 28.4 x 51 235 With goggles, weigth includes goggles
Summicron (1969 – 1971) 35 2 16 64 6 – 7 ? 0.70 39
170 Version 2, made in Germany
Summicron (1971 – 1979) 35 2 16 64 6 – 7 ? 0.70 39
170 Version 3, made in Canada
Summicron (1979 – 1996) 35 2 16 64 5 – 7 0.70 39 26 x 52 190 Chrome version 250g
Summicron Asph (1996 – ) 35 2 16 64 5 – 7 0.70 39 34.5 x 53 255 Aspherical, chrome version 340g
Summarit (2007 – ) 35 2.5 16 64 4 – 6 0.80 39 34 x 51.4 220
Summaron (1958 – 1974) 35 2.8 22 64 4 – 6 0.70 39 29 x 51 170 Without goggles
Summaron (1958 – 1974) 35 2.8 22 64 4 – 6 0.65 39 29 x 51 240 With goggles, weigth includes goggles
Summaron (1948 – 1960) 35 3.5 22 64 ? - 6
A36

Later models 39mm filters
Summaron (1954 – 1960) 35 3.5 22 64
1 39


Summaron (1956 – 1960) 35 3.5 22 64 ? - 6 0.65 39

With goggles, weigth includes goggles
Summicron-C (1973 – 1977) 40 2 16 57 4 – 6 0.80 39 x 0.75 24.5 x 51 125 Single coated?
Noctilux Asph (2008 – ) 50 0.95 16 45 5 – 8 1 60 75.1 x 73 700 Telescopic lens hood
Noctilux (1976 – 2008) 50 1 16 45 6 – 7 1 60 62 x 69 580 Earliest version used 58mm filters
Noctilux (1966 – 1975) 50 1.2 16 45 5 – 8 1 Series VIII 75 x 73 515
Summilux (1959 – 1961) (type 1) 50 1.4 16 45 5 – 7 1 43 x 0.5
325
Summilux (1961 – 1968) (type 2) 50 1.4 16 45 5 – 7 1 43 x 0.5 53.3 x 46 300
Summilux (1969 – 1991) (type 2) 50 1.4 16 45 5 – 7 1 43 53.3 x 46 360
Summilux (1992 – 2004) (type 3) 50 1.4 16 45 5 – 7 0.70 46 46.7 x 54.5 275 Telescopic lens hood; chrome version 380g
Summilux Asph (2004 – ) 50 1.4 16 45 5 – 8 0.70 46 52.6 x 53.5 335 Aspherical, floating elements; the chrome version 460g
Summicron (1954 – 1957) (type 1) 50 2 16 45 5? – 7?
39
234 Collapsible, single coated
Summicron (1956 – 1968 ) (type 2) 50 2 16 45 5 – 7 1 39 53.7 x 57 250 Single coated
Summicron DR (1956 – 1968 ) (type 2) 50 2 16 45 5 – 7 1 39 53.7 x 57 340 Single coated
Summicron (1979 – 1985) (type 3) 50 2 16 45 4 – 6 0.70 39 43 x 53 195 Made in Canada
Summicron (1985 – 1994) (type 3) 50 2 16 45 4 – 6 0.70 39 43 x 53 195 Made in Germany
Summicron (1994 – ) (type 4) 50 2 16 45 4 – 6 0.70 39 43.5 x 53 240 Telescopic lens hood; chrome version 335g
Summarit (2007 – ) 50 2.5 16 45 4 – 6 0.80 39 33 x 51.5 230
Elmar (1957 – 1974) 50 2.8 16 45 3 – 4 0.70 39 21 x 51 220 Collapsible, single coated
Elmar (1974 – 1993?) 50 2.8 16 45 3 – 4 0.70 39 52 x 37.6 170 Collapsible
Elmar (1994 – 2007) 50 2.8 16 45 3 – 4 0.70 39 21.6 x 52 170 Collapsible, single coated
Elmar (1954 – 1961) 50 3.5 18 45 3 – 4 1 39 9.4 x 47.1 210 Collapsible, single coated; Cooke triplet variant?
Summilux (1980 – 1982) 75 1.4 16 31 5 – 7 0.75 60 80 x 68 490 Bayonet hood, up to serial 3,223,300
Summilux (1982 – 2005) 75 1.4 16 31 5 – 7 0.75 60 80 x 68 560 Telescopic lens hood
Apo Summicron Asph (2005 – ) 75 2 16 31 5 – 7 0.70 49 66.8 x 58 430 Telescopic lens hood
Summarit (2007 – ) 75 2.5 16 31 4 – 6 0.90 46 60.5 x 55 345
Summicron (1959 – 1980) 90 2 16 27 5 – 6 1 48 102.5 x 65.3 625 Various versions differing in number of aperture blades, 16 or 22 last stop and shape of the barrel
Summicron (1980 – 1981) 90 2 16 27 4 – 5 1 49 77 x 62.5 410
Summicron (1981 – 1998) 90 2 16 27 4 – 5 1 55 77 x 62.5 485 Chrome version 685g
Apo Summicron Asph (1998 – ) 90 2 16 27 5 – 5 1 55 78 x 64 500 Apochromatic, aspherical
Summarit (2008 – ) 90 2.5 16 27 4 – 5 1 46 66.5 x 55 345
Tele Elmarit (1964 – 1974) (“fat”, “nano”) 90 2.8 16 27 5 – 5 1 39 59.4 x 53 355
Tele Elmarit (1974 – 1990) (“thin”) 90 2.8 16 27 4 – 4 1 39 61.2 x 51.5 225
Elmarit (1958 – 1974) 90 2.8 22 27 3 – 5 1 39 87 x 52 335
Elmarit (1990 – 2008) 90 2.8 22 27 4 – 4 1 46 76 x 56.5 395 Chrome version 560g
Elmar (1954 – 1964) 90 4 32? 27 ? - 4
39
340 Collapsible
Elmar (1964 – 1969) 90 4
27 ? - 3



Collapsible
Elmar-C (1973 – 1978) 90 4 22 27 4 – 4 1 39 x 0.75 60 x 51 250
Macro Elmar (2003 – ) 90 4 22 27 4 – 4 0.78 39 40.7 x 51.9 225 Collapsible; Focus range with close focus adapter 14409: between 0.5 and 0.76m
Elmarit (1963 – 1977) 135 2.8 32 18 4 – 5 1.50 VII
730 With 1.5x magnifier goggles; same optics as the R version
Elmarit (1977 – 1998) 135 2.8 32 18 4 – 5 1.50 55
735 With 1.5x magnifier goggles
Apo Telyt (1998 – ) 135 3.4 22 18

49
453
Hektor (1933 – 1960) 135 4.5 32 18 3 – 4 1.50 39 127.5 x 51 435
Elmar (1960 – 1965) 135 4 22 18 4 – 4 1.50 39 122.7 x 53 405 Lanthanum glass, single coated
Tele Elmar (1965 – 1980) 135 4 22 18
1.50 39
505
Tele Elmar (1980 – 1998) 135 4 22 18
1.50 46
550 Same optics as the former Tele Elmar, changed barrel
Tri-Elmar Asph 16-18-21 4 22 107 – 100 – 92 7 – 10 0.50 67
(with optional filter holder)
62 x 54 335
Tri-Elmar Asph 28-35-50 4 22 76 – 64 – 45 6 – 8 1 55 70 x 58 340 Aspherical; chrome version 460g
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Minolta M-Rokkor
M-Rokkor 28 2.8 22 75 5 – 7 0.80 40.5 35.5 x 51 135
M-Rokkor 40 2 16 57 4 – 6 0.80 40.5 24.5 x 51 105 Multicoated?
M-Rokkor 90 4 22 27 4 – 4 1 40.5 60 x 51 250
Voigtlander M mount
Ultra Wide-Heliar Asph 12 5.6 22 121 8 – 10 0.70 67 42.5 230
Super Wide-Heliar Asph II 15 4.5 22 110 6 – 8 0.70 52 38.2 x 59.4 156 In scale focusing up to 0.50m
Ultron 21 1.8 22 90 11 – 13 0.70 58 78.4 x 69 412 In scale focusing up to 0.50m
Color Skopar P 21 4 22 90 6 – 8 0.70 39 25.4 x 55 144 Pancake, in scale focusing up to 0.50m
Color Skopar P 25 4 22 82 5 – 7 0.70 39 30.3 x 55 144 Pancake, in scale focusing up to 0.50m
Ultron 28 2 22 76 8 – 10 0.70 46 51.2 x 55 244
Nokton Asph 35 1.2 22 63 7 – 10 0.70 52 63 x 77.8 490 Aspherical
Nokton Asph II 35 1.2 22 63 7 – 10 0.70 52 62 x 60.8 471 Aspherical, in scale focusing up to 0.50m
Nokton 35 1.4 16 63 6 – 8 0.70 43 28.5 x 55 200 Available in two versions: SC (single coated) and MC (Multicoated)
Ultron 35 1.7 16 63 7 – 9 0.50 43 50.6 x 53 226 Silver 297g
Color Skopar P 35 2.5 22 63 5 – 7 0.70 39 23 x 55 134 Pancake
Nokton 40 1.4 16 56 6 – 7 0.70 43 29.7 x 55 175
Heliar 40 2.8 22 56 3 – 5 - 37 12.6 x 52 132 Lens without a focusing helicoid, for use on Sony E mount cameras in conjunction with the Voigtlander VM-E close focus adapter
Nokton 50 1.1 16 46 6 – 7 1 58 57.2 x 69.6 428
Nokton 50 1.5 16 46 5 – 6 0.70 49 45.7 x 53.8 220 Silver 293g
Heliar 50 2 16 46
1 39

Collapsible, 250th anniversary edition
Heliar 75 1.8 16 31 3 – 6 0.90 52 73.8 x 57.9 427
Zeiss ZM
Zeiss Distagon T 15 2.8 22 110 9 – 11 0.30 72 92 x 78 500
Zeiss Distagon T 18 4 22 98 8 – 10 0.50 58 71 x 65 350
Zeiss Biogon T 21 2.8 22 90 7 – 9 0.50 46 75 x 53 280
Zeiss Biogon C T 21 4.5 22 90 6 – 8 0.50 46 56 x 53 210
Zeiss Biogon T 25 2.8 22 82 7 – 9 0.50 46 71 x 53 260
Zeiss Biogon T 28 2.8 22 75 6 – 8 0.50 46 62 x 53 230
Zeiss Biogon T 35 2 22 63 6 – 9 0.70 43 63 x 56 250
Zeiss Biogon T 35 2.8 22 63 5 – 7 0.70 43 55 x 52 200
Zeiss Biogon C T 35 2.8 22 63 5 – 7 0.70 43 29.8 x 51.7 200
Zeiss Sonnar C T 50 1.5 16 46 4 – 6 0.90 46 68 x 52 240
Zeiss Planar T 50 2 22 47 4 – 6 0.70 43 68 x 52 230
Zeiss Sonnar T 85 2 16 29 6 – 6 1 58 100 x 70 500
Zeiss Tele Tessar T 85 4 22 29 3 – 5 0.90 43 70 x 54 310











Leica R (Leica and Leicaflex reflex bayonet; flange focal distance 47mm)
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Super Elmar R 15 3.5 22 110 12 – 13 0.16 Built-in 92 x 83 815
Elmarit R 16 2.8 16 180 8 – 11 0.30 Built-in 60 x 71 470 Fish-eye
Elmarit R 19 2.8 16 95 7 – 9 0.30 82 60 x 88 500
Super Angulon R 21 4 22 92 8 – 10 0.20 VIII 43 x 78 410
Elmarit R 24 2.8 22 84 7 – 9 0.30 VIII 48 x 67 420
Elmarit R 28 2.8 22 76 8 – 8 0.30 VII 40 x 63 275
PC Angulon R 28 2.8 22 73-93 10 – 12 0.28 67 84 x 75 565 Shift
Summilux R 35 1.4 16 64 9 – 10 0.50 67 76 x 75 660
Summicron R 35 2 16 64 6 – 6 0.30 55 54 x 66 422
Elmarit R 35 2.8 22 64 6 – 7 0.30 55 41 x 60 340
PA-Curtagon R 35 4 22 64-78 6 – 7 0.30 VIII 51 x 70 290 Shift
Summilux R 50 1.4 16 45 6 – 7 0.50 55 50 x 60 395
Summicron R 50 2 16 45 4 – 6 0.50 55 41 x 66 250
Elmarit R macro 60 2.8 22 39 5 – 6 0.27 55 62 x 67 390 Macro 1:2
Summilux R 80 1.4 16 30 5 – 7 0.80 67 69 x 75 625
Summicron R 90 2 16 27 4 – 5 0.70 55 62 x 70 560
Elmarit R 90 2.8 22 27 4 – 4 0.70 55 57 x 63 475
Elmarit Apo macro 100 2.8 22 25 6 – 8 0.45 60 104.5 x 73 790 Macro 1:2; Apochromatic
Elmar R macro 100 4 22 25 3 – 4 0.60 55 90 x 67 540 Macro 1:2
Elmar Bellows 100 4 22 25 3 – 4 - 55 62 x 68 365 Macro lens without a focusing helicoid, only for use on a bellows
Elmarit R 135 2.8 22 18 4 – 5 1.50 55 93 x 67 730
Summicron Apo R 180 2 16 14 6 – 9 1.50 100
2,500 Apochromatic
Elmarit R 180 2.8 22 14 4 – 5 1.80 VIII 121 x 75 755
Elmarit Apo R 180 2.8
14





Apo Telyt R 180 3.4 22 14 4 – 7 2.50 60 135 x 68 750 Apochromatic
Elmar R 180 4 22 14 4 – 5 1.80 55 100 x 65 540
Telyt R 250 4 22 10 6 – 7 4.70 VIII 195 x 75 1,230
Apo Telyt R 280 2.8 22 8 7 – 8 2.50 112 261 x 125 2,750 Apochromatic
Apo Telyt R 280 4 22 8 6 – 7 1.70 77
1,875 Apochromatic
Telyt R 350 4.8 22 7 5 – 7 3 77 286 x 83 1,820
Telyt R 400 6.8 32 6 1 – 2 3.60 VII 384 x 78 1,830
MR Telyt R 500 8 - 5 5 – 6 4 77 121 x 87 750 Catadioptric (mirror lens)
Telyt R 560 6.8 32 4 1 – 2 6.40 VII 530 x 98 2,330
Telyt S 800 6.3 32 3 1 – 3 12.5 VII 790 x 152 6,860
Vario Elmar 28-70 3.5 – 4.5 22 76 – 34 8 – 11 0.50 60 84 x 74.8 468
Vario Elmar 35-70 3.5 22 64 – 35 7 – 8 1 60 64 x 72 420
Vario Elmar 35-70 4 22 64 – 35 7 – 8 1 67
450
Vario Elmarit Apo 70-180 2.8 22
10 – 13 1.70 77
1,870 Apochromatic
Vario Elmar 70-210 4 22 35 – 12 9 – 12 1.10 60 157 x 73 720
Vario Elmar 105-280 4.2 22 23 – 8 10 – 13 1.70 77
1,950
Apo Telyt R Module System
Focus Module 2.8 | 280/400 - 2.8 - - 4 – 5
-
1,280
Focus Module 4 | 400/560 - 4 - - 4 – 6
-
1,470
Focus Module 5.6 | 560/800 - 5.6 - - 4 – 6
-
1,580
Apo Telyt R (lens head) 280 2.8

3 – 3


2,360
Apo Telyt R (lens head) 400 2.8

4 – 5


4,610











Minolta MC / MD (pre-autofocus era Minolta bayonet; flange focal distance 43.5mm)
Model Focal length
(in mm)
Max aperture Min aperture Angle of view
(on 24x36mm)
Groups -
lenses
Min. focus distance
(in m)
Filter diameter
(in mm)
Size
(length x diameter in mm)
Weight
(in g)
Notes
Minolta MD 7.5 4 22 180 8 – 12 0.50 Built-in 63 x 68 355 Fish-eye
Minolta BM Bellows 12.5 2 16 - 4 – 4 - - 23 x 33 40 Macro lens without a focusing helicoid, only for use on a bellows
Minolta MC (1st version 1969 - 1973) 16 2.8 16 180 8 – 11 0.30 Built-in 63 445 Fish-eye. Base for the “ Leitz R 16mm/2.8 fisheye”
Minolta MC X (2ndversion 1973 – 1977) 16 2.8 16 180 8 – 11 0.30 Built-in 63.5 440 Fish-eye. Base for the “ Leitz R 16mm/2.8 fisheye”
Minolta MD X (3rd version 1977 - 1978) 16 2.8 22 180 8 – 11 0.30 Built-in 63.5 440 Fish-eye. Base for the “ Leitz R 16mm/2.8 fisheye”
Minolta MD X (4th version 1978 – 1980) 16 2.8 22 180 8 – 11 0.30 Built-in 63.5 440 Fish-eye. Base for the “ Leitz R 16mm/2.8 fisheye”
Minolta MD X (5th version 1980 – 1981) 16 2.8 22 180 7 – 10 0.25 Built-in
265 Fish-eye
Minolta MD (6th version 1981 – ?) 16 2.8 22 180 7 – 10 0.25 Built-in 75 x 66 265 Fish-eye
Minolta MC W. 17 4 16 104 9 – 11 0.25 72

Floating elements
Minolta MD 17 4 22 104 9 – 11 0.25 72 53 x 75 325
Minolta MD 20 2.8 22 94 9 – 10 0.25 55 43 x 64 240
Minolta MC W. NL 21 2.8 16 92 9 – 10 0.30 72 70 x 75
Floating elements
Minolta MC W. SI (1st version 1975 – 1977) 24 2.8 16 84 7 – 9 0.30 55 50 275 Floating elements, base for the “Leitz Elmarit R 24mm/2.8”
Minolta MD W. X (2nd version 1977 – 1978) 24 2.8 22 84 7 – 9 0.30 55 50 275 Floating elements, base for the “Leitz Elmarit R 24mm/2.8”
Minolta MD W. X (3rd version 1978 – 1978) 24 2.8 22 84 7 – 9 0.30 55 50 275 Floating elements, base for the “Leitz Elmarit R 24mm/2.8”
Minolta MD W. X (4th version 1978 – 1981) 24 2.8 22 84 7 – 9 0.30 55 49 215 Floating elements, base for the “Leitz Elmarit R 24mm/2.8”
Minolta MD (5th version 1981 – ?) 24 2.8 22 84 8 – 8 0.25 49 39 x 64 200
Minolta MC X VFC (1st version 1975 – 1977) 24 2.8 16 84 7 – 9 0.30 55 50 325 Floating elements
Minolta MD X VFC (2nd version 1977 – 1978) 24 2.8 22 84 7 – 9 0.30 55 50.5 x 64 340 Floating elements
Minolta MD X VFC (3rd version 1978 – 1982) 24 2.8 22 84 7 – 9 0.30 55 50.5 x 64 340 Floating elements
Minolta MD X VFC (4th version 1982 – ?) 24 2.8 22 84 7 – 9 0.30 55 50.5 x 64 340 Floating elements
Minolta BM Bellows 25 2.5 16 - 4 – 6 - - 17 x 33 40 Macro lens without a focusing helicoid, only for use on a bellows
Minolta MC W. 28 2
75 9 – 10 0.30 55

Floating elements
Minolta MC W. SI 28 2.5
75 7 – 9 0.30 55

Floating elements
Minolta MD 28 2.8 22 75 7 – 7 0.30 49 43 x 64 185
Minolta MC W. 28 3.5
75 5 – 5 0.30 55


Minolta MD 28 3.5 22 75 5 – 5 0.30 49 40 x 64 170
Minolta MC W. HH (1st version 1968 – 1973) 35 1.8 16 63 6 – 8 0.30 55 68 420 Better bokeh than v3 and v4 models but same sharpness, 55mm filters
Minolta M W. X HH (2nd version 1973 – 1978) 35 1.8 22 63 6 – 8 0.30 55 67.6 415 Better bokeh than v3 and v4 models but same sharpness, 55mm filters
Minolta M W. X (3rd version 1978 – 1981) 35 1.8 22 63 6 – 8 0.30 49 48 235 Much more compact, 49mm filters, same sharpness compared to the previous models but slightly worse bokeh
Minolta MD (4th version 1981 – ?) 35 1.8 22 63 6 – 8 0.30 49 48 240 Much more compact, 49mm filters, same sharpness compared to the previous models but slightly worse bokeh
Minolta Auto W. HG (1st version 1959 – 1962) 35 2.8 22 63 6 – 7 0.25 55 53 300
Minolta Auto W. HG (2nd version 1962 – 1965) 35 2.8 16 63 6 – 7 0.40 55 53 315
Minolta Auto W. HG (3rd version 1965 – 1966) 35 2.8 16 63 6 – 7 0.40 55 45 205
Minolta MC W. HG (4th version 1966 – 1973) 35 2.8 16 63 6 – 7 0.40 55 45 210
Minolta MC W. X HG (5th version 1973 – 1975) 35 2.8 16 63 6 – 7 0.30 55 45 240
Minolta MC W. X (6th version 1975 – 1977) 35 2.8 16 63 5 – 5 0.30 55 41.5 220
Minolta MD W. X (7th version 1977 – 1978) 35 2.8 22 63 5 – 5 0.30 55 41.5 205
Minolta MD W. X (8th version 1978 – 1981) 35 2.8 22 63 5 – 5 0.30 49 38.5 165
Minolta MD (9th version 1981 – ?) 35 2.8 22 63 5 – 5 0.30 49 38 x 64 170
Minolta MC X Shift (1st version 1976 – 1977) 35 2.8 22 63 7 – 9 0.30 55 71.5 560 Vertical shift 11mm, lateral 8mm; VFC (Variable Field Curvature)
Minolta MD Shift (2nd version 1977 – 1978) 35 2.8 22 63 7 – 9 0.30 55 71.5 555 Vertical shift 11mm, lateral 8mm; VFC (Variable Field Curvature)
Minolta MD Shift (3rd version 1978 – 1982) 35 2.8 22 63 7 – 9 0.30 55 71.5 555 Vertical shift 11mm, lateral 8mm; VFC (Variable Field Curvature)
Minolta MD Shift (4th version 1982 – ?) 35 2.8 22 63 7 – 9 0.30 55 71.5 555 Vertical shift 11mm, lateral 8mm; VFC (Variable Field Curvature)
Minolta W. QE (1st version) 35 4
63 4 – 5 0.40 55

Single coated
Minolta W. QE (2nd version) 35 4
63 4 – 5 0.40 52

Single coated
Minolta MD 45 2 22
5 – 6 0.60 49 30 x 63 128 Single coated
Minolta TD 45 2.8 16
3 – 4 0.90 46 15 x 63 128
Minolta MC PG (1st version 1973 – 1977) 50 1.4 16 47 5 – 7 0.50 55 46 305 Same optical scheme as the 58/1.2 PG
Minolta MD X (2nd version 1977 – 1978) 50 1.4 16 47 5 – 7 0.45 55 40 245 Same optical scheme as the 58/1.2 PG
Minolta MD X (3rd version 1978 – 1979) 50 1.4 16 47 5 – 7 0.45 55 40 245 Same optical scheme as the 58/1.2 PG
Minolta MD X (4th version 1979 – 1981) 50 1.4 16 47 6 – 7 0.45 49 40 220
Minolta MD (5th version 1981 – ?) 50 1.4 16 47 6 – 7 0.45 49 40 x 64 235
Minolta MC 50 1.7
47 5 – 6 0.45 55


Minolta MD 50 1.7 22 47 5 – 6 0.45 49 36 x 64 165
Minolta MC PF 50 2
47 5 – 6 0.50 55
230
Minolta MD 50 2 22 47 5 – 6 0.45 49 42 x 76 150
Minolta MC macro 50 3.5
47 4 – 6 0.23 55

Macro 1:2
Minolta MD macro 50 3.5 22 47 4 – 6 0.23 55 55 x 64 200 Macro 1:2
Minolta Auto-Rokkor PF 53 2 16
5 – 6 0.50 52 33 x 58 193
Minolta Auto-Rokkor PF 55 2 22
5 – 6 0.50 52 35 x 60 200
Minolta Auto-Rokkor PF 55 2 16
5 – 6 0.50 52 35 x 60 200
Minolta MC PG (1st version 1968 – 1970) 58 1.2 16 41 5 – 7 0.60 55 54 455
Minolta MC PG (2nd version 1970 – 1973) 58 1.2 16 41 5 – 7 0.60 55 54 455 Revised optical construction
Minolta MC X PG (3rd version 1973 – ?) 58 1.2 16 41 5 – 7 0.60 55 54 478
Minolta MC PF 58 1.4
41 5 – 6 0.60 55


Minolta MC PF 85 1.7
29 5 – 6 1 55

Optical scheme: Gauss / Ultron
Minolta MD (1st version 1979 – 1981) 85 2 22 29 5 – 6 0.85 49 53 x 64 280
Minolta MD (2nd version 1981 – ?) 85 2 22 29 5 – 6 0.85 49 53 x 64 285
Minolta Auto PF (1st version 1961 – 1966) 100 2 22 24 5 – 6 1.20 62 63 425
Minolta MC PF (1st version 1966 – ?) 100 2 22 24 5 – 6 1.20 62 63 425
Minolta MD 100 2.5 22 24 5 – 5 1 49 64 x 64 310
Minolta MC macro (1st version 1972 – 1973) 100 3.5 22 24 4 – 5 0.45 55 88.5 550 Macro 1:2
Minolta MC X macro (2nd version 1973 – 1978) 100 3.5 22 24 4 – 5 0.45 55 88.5 600 Macro 1:2
Minolta MD X macro (3rd version 1978 – ?) 100 3.5 22 24 4 – 5 0.45 55 88.5 600 Macro 1:2
Minolta MD macro 100 4 32 24 4 – 5 0.45 55 88 x 66 385 Macro 1:2
Minolta AB Bellows 100 4 32 - 4 – 5 - - 28 x 57 145 Macro lens without a focusing helicoid, only for use on a bellows
Minolta MD 135 2 22 18 5 – 6 1.30 72 96 x 79 725
Minolta Tele PG (1st version 1958 – 1959) 135 2.8 22 18 5 – 7 1.50 55 96 550
Minolta Auto PG (2nd version 1959 – 1962) 135 2.8 22 18 5 – 7 1.50 55 96 535
Minolta Auto PF (3rd version 1962 – 1965) 135 2.8 22 18 5 – 7 1.50 55 95 530
Minolta Auto PF (4th version 1965 – 1966) 135 2.8 22 18 5 – 6 1.50 55 94 407
Minolta MC PF (5th version 1966 – 1970) 135 2.8 22 18 5 – 6 1.50 55 93 450
Minolta MC PF (6th version 1970 – 1973) 135 2.8 22 18 5 – 6 1.50 55 93 490
Minolta MC X PF (7th version 1973 – 1975) 135 2.8 22 18 5 – 6 1.50 55 93.5 518
Minolta MC X (8th version 1975 – 1977) 135 2.8 22 18 4 – 4 1.50 55 89.5 535
Minolta MD X (9th version 1977 – 1979) 135 2.8 22 18 4 – 4 1.50 55 89.5 535
Minolta MD X (10th version 1979 – 1981) 135 2.8 22 18 5 – 5 1.50 55 82 365
Minolta MD (11th version 1981 – ?) 135 2.8 22 18 5 – 5 1.50 55 81 x64 385
Minolta MC QD 135 3.5
18 4 – 4 1.20 52


Minolta MD 135 3.5 22 18 5 – 5 1.50 49 72 x 64 285 Earlier version uses 55 filters, but it is optically identical
Minolta MD 200 2.8 32 12 5 – 5 1.80 72 133 x 78 700
Minolta MC 200 3.5
12 4 – 6 2.50 62


Minolta MD 200 4 32 12 5 – 5 2.50 55 116 x 64 410
Minolta RF 250 5.6