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The Meyer Gorlitz 30mm f/3.5 Lydith is a wide-angle lens for FF and APS-C, 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 45 €;
7 users have given it an average vote of 9.0 out of 10.
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Opinion:He was in my father's Pracktica kit and looking at him you wouldn't give him a lyre. I tried it on Fuji xt30 and it was a great experience. The thing you notice first is the color rendering, so much so that it does not seem such an old optics. It is sharp enough, especially at medium apertures. A versa surprise. It is not my definitive "street" perspective but from good satisfactions.
Pros:sharpness-iris to 10 blades-small and light-well-built-cheap
Cons:none for 20 euros
Opinion:Huge surprise. Colors, sharpness,bokeh,small light and well-built..... Economic... Mine is the 1971 version and is marked Pentacon. recommended for those who want a great normal on apsc and a good wide angle on FF, with a little vignette up to F/5.6.Nitido already at TA and therefore great for portraits with a nice bokeh. Used on Fuji X-E1 with excellent results. https://www.pentaxforums.com/userreviews/pentacon-30mm-f-3-5.html
Opinion:Had to try on a single occasion, say that if not for a slight coma on FF Canon manifests at each corner and disappears entirely in f. 8 would be a perfect lens to use for starry skies. Even the vignetting by closing a little bit is well contained. I'd say even on apsc Canon the situation improves further. For sure I'd have her between my lenses securely
Opinion:I use it with extreme satisfaction about a year on my Fuji XT1, where it returns a field angle similar to a 45mm; I would say that it is the "normal" APS perfect, I purchased it in the Exakta version for 30 euro sent, so I struggled a bit to find an adapter but now I'm fully satisfied. It sucks a little in the backlight but if used with calm and expertise it can give you great results, I use it very in landscape photographs and details
Cons:anti-glare treatment of the older generation, scara resistance to flares, poorly suited to digital
Opinion:I have thoroughly tested this goal. rnDopo I bought for the modest sum of 10 €, full of mold and stains, it took me a week to restore it to dovere.rnSulle Zenit (122 and TTL) behaves very well, its size and weight make it very pleasant to use . is rather sharp and has good colors. The diaphragm 10 has slats, giving the image fuzzy pastosornUnica very thing worth mentioning: the digital (APS-C) I have noticed a significant deterioration of the images.
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