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#1 Rod Otaviano

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Posted 12 September 2006 - 08:22 PM

I've read somewhere this OPF 10-100m zoom lens that usually comes with the Kinor 16 is based on the Zeiss 10-100, but which one are we talking ? The 10-100 T3 or the 10-100 T2 in bayonet mount ? (I suspect it's the T3 but I just want to make sure).

As for the filters that come with it, I know they are small filters that are supposed to be screwed in to the back of the lens. Question: are those "generic" filters that are easy to find at any camera store or they are made specifically for this lens ? And .. does anybody know exactly which filters come with the lens (and filter factor for each one as well - I read on filmshooting.com the labels on these filters are all written in Cyrillic letters so that's why I'm asking)

And the last question is ... I know there's a member of this forum who customized a matte-box for this lens on a K3. I'm wondering if there're other options. Anybody using any matte-box with filter slots with this lens on a Kinor 16?

I appreciate any help.

(and sorry for the number of questions but I couldn't find this information anywhere).
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#2 Olex Kalynychenko

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Posted 13 September 2006 - 02:39 AM

I've read somewhere this OPF 10-100m zoom lens that usually comes with the Kinor 16 is based on the Zeiss 10-100, but which one are we talking ? The 10-100 T3 or the 10-100 T2 in bayonet mount ? (I suspect it's the T3 but I just want to make sure).

As for the filters that come with it, I know they are small filters that are supposed to be screwed in to the back of the lens. Question: are those "generic" filters that are easy to find at any camera store or they are made specifically for this lens ? And .. does anybody know exactly which filters come with the lens (and filter factor for each one as well - I read on filmshooting.com the labels on these filters are all written in Cyrillic letters so that's why I'm asking)

And the last question is ... I know there's a member of this forum who customized a matte-box for this lens on a K3. I'm wondering if there're other options. Anybody using any matte-box with filter slots with this lens on a Kinor 16?

I appreciate any help.

(and sorry for the number of questions but I couldn't find this information anywhere).


The russian 16 mm zoom lens 16 OPF-12-1 10-100 mm, F2.5/T2.8
The geometric aperture F2.5, the effective aperture T2.8

The 16OPF-12-1 zoom lens have a set of original rear filters.
- compensative filter,

- correction filter 4500K, ( 4500K-3200K) (morning, evening light, evening-glow, daybreak , filter formula 313-222=+91, between 85(+112) and 85C (+81)
I think, filter factor + 2/3

- correction filter 6000K ( 6000K-3200K ) ( midday light, 313-167=+146, near filter 85B ( +131)+ 81A ( + 18)
The filter factor + 1 stop.


- correction filter 8000K ( 8000K-3200K ) (blue, light nebulosity sky, filter formula 313-125=+188 )
This like 85B ( + 131 ) and 85C ( + 81)
The filter factor + 1,1/3 stops.

- neutral density filter HD6, 2.2x ( + 1 stop )

- neutral density filter ND7 4.8x ( near + 2,1/3 stop )

This is special filters and possible use a original filters only, because, this is filters have original body.
The zoom lens will work correct with one from set of filters on rear side of lens.
If you not set any filter on zoom lens, the zoom lens not will work.
If you not need any correction you need set " compensative filter ". This is clear filter similar of UF.

The filters have marks on body ( the compensative filter can not have any mark).
This is digitals : 4500K, 6000K, 8000K, words ND6 2.2x, ND7 4.8x.

If you need use other filters, you can set a gelatine filter between rear glass of zoom lens and front side of compensaitive filter.
You can use similar idea if you will need correctiontilter and neutral density filter at one time.



You can use matte box from 35 mm Konvas-1M camera.
Send me letter on my e-mail olex@a-teleport.com i can send you pictures of Kinor-16 with matte box of Konvas-1M camera.


The original set of 16OPF-12-1 10-100 mm zoom lens have lens hood.
The set of zoom lens can have front optical wide adapter and the lens can have two zoom rate :
10-100 mm T2.8 ( without adapter ) and 7.5-75 mm T2.8 ( with adapter )
If the zoom lens have front adapter, the distance scale will change too, need The russian 16 mm zoom lens 16 OPF-12-1 10-100 mm, F2.5/T2.8
The geometrical aperture F2.5, the effective aperture T2.8

The 16OPF-12-1 zoom lens have set of original rear filters.
- compensative filter,

- correction filter 4500K, ( 4500K-3200K) (morning, evening light, evening-glow, daybreak , filter formula 313-222=+91, between 85(+112) and 85C (+81)
I think, filter factor + 2/3

- correction filter 6000K ( 6000K-3200K ) ( midday light, 313-167=+146, near filter 85B ( +131)+ 81A ( + 18)
The filter factor + 1 stop.


- correction filter 8000K ( 8000K-3200K ) (blue, light nebulosity sky, filter formula 313-125=+188 )
This like 85B ( + 131 ) and 85C ( + 81)
The filter factor + 1,1/3 stops.

- neutral density filter HD6, 2.2x ( + 1 stop )

- neutral density filter ND7 4.8x ( near + 2,1/3 stop )

This is special filters and possible use original filters only, because, this is filters have original body.
The zoom lens will work correct with one from set of filters on rear side of lens.
If you not set any filter on zoom lens, the zoom lens not will work.
If you not need any correction you need set " compensative filter ". This is clear filter similar of UF.

The filters have marks on body ( the compensative filter can not have any mark).
This is digitals : 4500K, 6000K, 8000K, words ND6 2.2x, ND7 4.8x.

If you need use other filters, you can set gelatine filter between rear glas of zoom lens and front side of compenasitive filter.
You can use similar idea ifyouy will need correctiontilter and neutral denosty filter at one time.



You can use matte box from 35 mm Konvas-1M camera.
Send me letter on my e-mail olex@a-teleport.com i can send you pictures of Kinor-16 with matte box of Konvas-1M camera.


The original set of 16OPF-12-1 10-100 mm zoom lens have lens hood.
The set of zoom lens can have front optical wide adapter and the lens can have two versions :
10-100 mm T2.8 ( without adapter ) and 7.5-75 mm T2.8 ( with adapter )
If you use front wide adapter with zoom lens, the scale of distances need multiply on 0.75 too.
And you receice a some possiblility to shoot from short distances.
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#3 Rod Otaviano

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Posted 13 September 2006 - 09:25 AM

Thanks very much Olexandr. That's exactly what I wanted to know.
I'll pop you an email later on today.
Cheers.
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