Jupiter Lenses

Jupiter was one of the classes of lenses that were produced by lens makers of the former Soviet Union. The name was probably a classification for three-group or multiple-group lens constructions which included one very thick lens element (a "Jupiter" when compared to the other "planets", see link "Industar lenses at Baierfoto.de").

Lenses[edit | edit source]

KMZ[edit | edit source]

Name Focal Length Aperture Mount
Jupiter-3 50mm f/1.5

Contax, LTM

Jupiter-6 180mm f/2.8 M39 SLR
Jupiter-6-2 180mm f/2.8 M42
Jupiter-8 50mm f/2 Contax, LTM
Jupiter-9 85mm f/2

Contax, LTM, M42, Pentax K

Jupiter-11 135mm f/4 Contax, LTM, M39 SLR, M42
Jupiter-11A 135mm f/4 M42
Jupiter-12 35mm f/2.8 Contax, LTM
Jupiter-13 125mm f/1.5 board mount
Jupiter-17 52mm f/2 M24, LTM
Jupiter 21A 200mm f/4 M39 SLR, M42. Nikon F, Pentax K
Jupiter-21M 200mm f/4 M42
Jupiter-21T 200mm f/4

T mount

Jupiter-37A 135mm f/3.5 M42
Jupiter-36B 250mm f/3.5 Pentacon Six
Jupiter-36V 250mm f/3.5 Kiev-88
Jupiter-38 75mm f/4 M42
Jupiter-100T 100m f/2.5 M39 SLR, M42

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