|Posted: Mon May 06, 2019 5:41 pm Post subject:
|Thanks for your reply "aidaho" but sadly enough it doesn't answer my question.
(And BTW, a 'declicked aperture' isn't that, in nearly all cases, a euphemism for:
"I was so clumsy to let the tiny aperture-ball jump away when I tried to fix this lens and I can't find it back" ? )
Some more information about this lens (I copy-pasted this from a thread that was started by MFlenses-member "Spotmatic"):
"This is a lens from the Enna SB Sockel System. The idea was to have one sockel base with focusing helicoid for several lenses, and this way one could have a bayonet mount on cameras that did not have one. Mounts were available for Exakta and M42, to name a few".
There are two different types of this "Sockel"-system. And these are not compatible. Mine is the 'Sockel 2'
A picture of the lens with the 'sockel' attached: