Soviet high-aperture lens Jupiter-8 2/50. Produced at KMZ in 1976. The focusing of the lens is smooth, the focusing ring rotates 180 degrees. The diaphragm has 9 blades. The aperture control ring rotates smoothly. At closed apertures, the lens gives smooth circles in the out-of-focus area (the lens has amazing bokeh). Jupiter-8 2/50 is a very interesting and well-made rangefinder lens, which is perfect for creative experiments.
Specifications: Manufacturer: KMZ Year of issue: 1985 Lens mount: M39 Focal length: 50 Aperture ratio: 2 Thread diameter: 40
Product condition: There are scratches on the front lens. The mechanics are working properly. Scuff-free body.