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PostPosted: Sun Jul 07, 2019 4:43 am    Post subject: Auto Miranda Lens Specs Reply with quote

Auto Miranda E Lens Specs

Lens AOV. G/E SAP MFD. Filter. L. Dia. Weight

25 f2.8 . 82° 7-8. f16. .25. 52. 60. 59. 300
28 f2.8. 74° 6-8. f16. .25. 52. 54. 59. 273
35 f2.8. 64° 5-6. f16. .30. 52. 48. 59. 222
50 f1.8. 46° 4-6. f16. .43. 52. 47. 59. 235
50 f1.4. 46° 5-7. f16. .43. 52. 55. 63. 345
105 f2.8. 23° 5-5. f16. 1.2. 52. 69. 59. 340
135 f2.8. 18° 5-5. f16. 1.5. 55. 96. 65. 500
135 f3.5. 18° 3-4. f16. 1.5. 52. 95. 60. 435
180.f3.5. 14° 4-4. f16. 2.3. 58. 143. 69. 728
200 f3.5. 12° 5-6. f16. 3.0. 62. 150. 70. 760
MACRON
52. f2.8. 45° 4-6. f32. .2. 58. 61. 64. 260


PostPosted: Sun Jul 07, 2019 5:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have rest of the specs for the entire Auto Miranda line. Which I will post.
Sadly I took the time to post the above chart with perfect spacing, and that happened.
Got to find a better way to post it.


PostPosted: Sun Jul 07, 2019 5:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

walter g wrote:
. . .
Got to find a better way to post it.


Have you considered sharing a screenshot of the data entered into a spreadsheet?


PostPosted: Sun Jul 07, 2019 6:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

55 wrote:
walter g wrote:
. . .
Got to find a better way to post it.


Have you considered sharing a screenshot of the data entered into a spreadsheet?


Thanks, the data is hand printed in a notebook. I tried to create a spreadsheet on my phone, and that didn't work.
I will try my chromebook tomorrow.


PostPosted: Sun Jul 07, 2019 7:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Auto Miranda EC specs

Lens. SAP. GE. AOV. MFD. Filter l Weight
28 f2.8. f16. 7/7. 74° .25. 49. 38. 205
35 f2.8. f16. 6/6. 64° .30. 49. 38. 190
50 f1.8. f16. 4/6. 46° .43. 49. 41.5. 225
50 f1.4. f16. 5/7. 46° .43. 49. 42.9. 255
105 f2.8. f22. 5/5. 23° 1.2. 49. 64.3. 315
135 f2.8. f22. 4/5. 18° 1.5. 55. 82.5. 360
200 f3.5. f22. 5/6. 12° 2.5. 62. 116.6. 650
80-200 f3.5 f22. 8/12. 30-12. 2. 62. 182.9. 910

55 MACRON
f3.5. f22. 3/4. 43° (1.2).25/9.8. 49. 51.3. 220
(1.1).25/9.8


PostPosted: Sun Jul 07, 2019 8:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Auto Miranda ARM Specs
Lens. AOV. G/E. SAP. MFD. Filter. L. Dia. Weight
25 f2.8. 82° 7/8. f16. .25. 52. 60 59. 300
28. f2.8. 74° 6/8. f16. .25. 46. 54. 59. 273
35. f2.8. 64° 5/6. f16. .30. 46. 48. 59. 222
50. f1.8. 46. 4/6. f16. .43. 46. 47. 59. 235
50. f1.4. 46° 5/7. f16. .43. 52. 55. 63. 345
105 f2.8. 23° 5/5. f16. 1.2 . 46. 69. 59. 340
135 f2.8. 18° 5/5. f16. 1.5. 55. 96. 65. 500
135.f3.5. 18° 3/4. f16. 1.5. 46. 95. 60. 435
180 f3.5. 14° 4/4. f16. 2.3. 58 143. 69. 728
200.f3.5 12° 5/6. f16. 3.0. 62 150 70. 760

MACRON
52. f2.8. 45° 4/6. f32 .. .2. 58. 61. 64. 260

Two specs are missing from this list, I don't have them.
Auto Miranda 50mm f1.9
Auto.Miranda 50mm.f2.8


PostPosted: Sun Jul 07, 2019 9:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm still piecing together the second series Auto Miranda Lens Specs. I will post it here when finished.


PostPosted: Sun Jul 07, 2019 1:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 08, 2019 10:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

walter g wrote:
I'm still piecing together the second series Auto Miranda Lens Specs. I will post it here when finished.


Good one Walter.
Thank you
Tom


PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 2:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oldhand wrote:
walter g wrote:
I'm still piecing together the second series Auto Miranda Lens Specs. I will post it here when finished.


Good one Walter.
Thank you
Tom


You're Welcome.

Spoiler alert.
The second series has the only Miranda 50mm f1.4 that has the 8 elements in 6 groups optical formula.


PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 6:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

walter g wrote:
I have rest of the specs for the entire Auto Miranda line. Which I will post.
Sadly I took the time to post the above chart with perfect spacing, and that happened.
Got to find a better way to post it.


Try using the "CODE" tag around the data you want evenly spaced, this should invoke a mono-spaced typeface and make layout a lot easier Wink


PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 7:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks, I will give that a try.


PostPosted: Tue Jul 30, 2019 5:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

One lens I'm not finding any info on is the Auto Miranda 300mm f5.6. I believe it was only made in the first two Auto Miranda series. I've never seen an E version, or an EC version.
So No specs for this lens yet.


PostPosted: Tue Jul 30, 2019 10:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

walter g wrote:
One lens I'm not finding any info on is the Auto Miranda 300mm f5.6. I believe it was only made in the first two Auto Miranda series. I've never seen an E version, or an EC version.
So No specs for this lens yet.


It bears a remarkable resemblance to my Soligor 250mm f4.5 which was made by Tokina.
It is more than likely a Soligor 300mm f5.5 in sheep's clothing or vice-versa
As for optical construction the Soligor is 5 elements in five groups
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