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CCCP Jupiter-8 52 mm f/2.0

Manufacturer CCCP
Model Jupiter-8 52 mm f/2.0
Lens style Normal
Focal length 52 mm
Maximum aperture f/2
Angle of view 45 o
Closest focusing distance 1 m
Maximum magnification
Minimum aperture 22
Number of diaphragm blades 8
Auto focus type MF
Lens Construction 6 elements / 3 groups
Filter diameter 40.5 mm
Macro No
Available mounts Inne
Dimensions 45 x 49 mm
Weight 130 g
Additional information Manufacturer KMZ [Krasnogorsk]. M39 mount for Kiev/Contax
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  1. Romoro
    Romoro 26 January 2022, 20:02
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    IP 62.181.x.x
    Owner since: 3 months
    Price: 25$
    User profile: Semipro

    Cons: Soft at 26mp crop sensor wide open, better at f/2.8+. Tested 4 versions, one made in 1955, 3 others from 1960 to 1988. They all are, mostly identical. Not really fast, f/2 is barely usefull Low contrast. Bad coupling with focuse-peeking, very difficult to catch the focuse. Jupiter 37a, in contrast, has no problem with it, so it is not just common old lens issue but the design of the lens. MFD is like 0.6 m on crop sensor, can`t really get to close. Need go find a good exemplar that is clean and not stuck. Notorious USSR QC issues, you can have a really bad one if unlucky.

    Pros: Bokeh is really nice and unique. Bokeh is still strong at f2.8. Cheap. Looks cool on the lens if it is a silver early variant.

    Summary: Always wanted to try it on DSLR but couldnt, with XT-30 i finally managed. Cheap bokeh generator, but i really struggle to catch a focuse on that particular manual lense. Lens worth using at f/2.8+, it produces sharp enough images for dreamy portraits, but MFD is so damn big, that makes me consider selling that lens and by a TTartisan 50mm with MFD over 35cm. Nice company to kit lens for some blurry portraits, but i think, better bying some chinese mf lenses, at least for Fujifilm, they have more resolution and same old-school bokeh + made to work fine with focuse-peeking.

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