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The Jupiter 21M - 200mm f/4 is a tele lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 1973 (discontinued). The focus is done by Manual Focus, it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 100 €;
22 users have given it an average vote of 9.1 out of 10.
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The following opinions have been automatically translated with Google Translate.
Cons:Lampshade, weight, not very bright despite the texture and appearance
Opinion:Bought for a few euros, m42 and of course FF, practically universal, it is a little less sharp than the EF 200 f2.8 II L Canon and also the EF 70-200 f2.8 II L a TA, but perhaps with a review in assistance (30 neuri) could improve. Heavy, of obvious military approach. It seems to be made especially for those in Russia who are always wearing gloves and therefore care if it is cold to the touch. It has three rings but evidently the only one that counted was that of the focal length, extended moooooolto, while instead the focal opening resolves to a few degrees of angular variation, noisy, not at all comfortable: they seem to say "do not touch me on mission". This setting, this Siberian education, as a soldier with gloves, is visible precisely in the construction of the focal length ring: a grip never ambiguous, very fluid, very precise, of quality without uncertainty. Having said that it is a lens that can still say its in full light, it has little distortion as you can expect from this focal length. The lampshed is ridiculously small, but made especially so as not to be lost. Ultimately, having it or not having it does not change the life of those who make a talk of money immobilized in a drawer, and in the meantime it is there, waiting for its moment, like a faithful and not at all annoying dog, a little rustic.
Opinion:I must have some problems with Jupiter targets... is the second one I sell and buy back after repenting. Great construction, rather heavy optics, all metal. The full-opening yield, as per the tradition of optics former USSR, is a bit "flou", but, incredibly, it becomes excellent by closing the diaphragm a bit. Nothing to say, if it is a focal point that serves, for a short time you manage to have a respectable perspective and good build quality.
Pros:Great especially if you have apsc. To be bought along with a support ring and a lever to facilitate focus. With an extension tube you can also use it for macros. With a 2x on apsc it becomes a 600 even if you lose a bit of sharpness but a 600 to 150 euros I think you can't find it.
Cons:Don't use it backlight or you will make the disaster. Weigh so much bought support ring for lens and not machine.
Opinion:If one approaches telephoto lenses it's a great start. Also because having a 200 fixed to new f4 costs you the ir of Ddio Great especially if you have apsc. To be bought along with a support ring and a lever to facilitate focus. With an extension tube you can also use it for macros. With a 2x on apsc it becomes a 600 even if you lose a bit of sharpness but a 600 to 150 euros I think you can't find it.
Pros:Incredible construction, good photo yield, crisp, beautiful blurry, ridiculous price
Cons:Weight (it's a tank... all iron and glass) and no tressses attack. A little aberration
Opinion:Let's say. It's a 70s Russian lens.... military-derived. But it is a lens that, if you do not give it a euro, surprises in all respects. We also consider that it is prime lens ... it is only a 200mm with all the optical advantages that come with it (for others maybe a disadvantage, because it is inflexible). Clean, sharp, some chromatic imperfection in some optical conditions, but absolutely solvable. Nice built-in lampshade (at least in my version). yes, okay, it's heavy, and the lack of a tresscan attack affects, but... Guys... that slow. I mounted it on my sony (with the a6000 comes to 300mm and on the a7II). very satisfied. Considering that it is between 20 and 40 euros.... i don't add anything else.
Pros:Photo quality, sharpness, blurry. Low price compared to other very expensive lenses. Photo results. M42 attack that mounts with adapters on almost everything. Built-in lampshade. Filter diameter 58 mm .
Cons:Absence of tripod attack and maybe only manual focus and weight, but to have excellent results, a little you have to suffer and it's worth it.
Opinion:I own this wonderful lens that I used first with adapter on a fuji xm-1, then on canon and then on sony-minolta. The results, from my point of view, are excellent. It detaches the subject very much from the background and has a very pleasant bokeh. in a manual is really fun and if you don't have to do photo shoots or special things, it leaves you time to take more thoughtful and different photos from the ones everyone does. Of course, the lens and the photographer are two different things, but this also matters a lot ! The weight may be the only one against, but if you take another 200 mm of excellent workmanship, they will certainly not be feathers. The pleasure of shooting with a lens like this, with a unique character, is an experience to try !
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