|Posted: Fri Nov 13, 2020 2:54 am Post subject: Adapting Soviet Projector lens KO-120M 120mm f/1.8 to Nikon
|So first would such lens work well with a dSRL?
I want to determine how to make it to focus to infinity and i read that you have to hold it agaist a sheet of paper and when the light is at it's sharpest you have to measure that distance and basically that's the distance in which the lens focuses to infinity. I have a bellow with m42 mount i think i might test it there.
I don't have to make any changes to the lenght of the lens itself right? Just have to make the choice for the right lengh of the focusing mechanism. Because i read that some use extension tubes or shorten the lengh of the body of lens itself.
I was reading of ways for adapting such lenses and the method that chudy128314 shared really peaked my interest. Well the minus is that there are helical grooves made into the body of the lens itself and this adapting is more lens-specific, but it seems more sturdy to me.