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Pentacon 300mm F/4 lens

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Pentacon 300mm F/4 lens basically a re-badged Meyer-Optik Görlitz Orestegor 300mm F/4.

A massive tank like built lens, weighing in at about 2 kg being designed to cover medium format. Preset diaphragm, and a built-on adjustable tripod collar. The mounting on my lens is M42 which can be easy to interchange (Pentacon Six,P6,M42,Exa T4) as it just unscrews from the back of the lens. This lens has 19 aperture blades, which gives a very cicular opening at all aperture settings.

Focal length: 300mm
Elements/Groups 5/4
Image angle: 8 degrees
Aperture max: F/4
Aperture min: F/22
Diaphragm blades: 19
Weight: 2.040kg (with M42 adapter and caps)
Length: 235 - 260mm (with M42 adapter)
Diameter: 100mm
Filter thread: M95x1
Min focus: 3.5m

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Gordon England
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