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    This is it in M42, under the name PEEROTAR.

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    Fujita is the manufacturer.

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    Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Field View Post
    I don't get the impression that it splits. Also the construction is pretty different, even if the elements were the same.

    How does your Tamron perform?
    The Tamron takes an inter changable mount, possibly a T mount and the converter goes between the mount and the lens. I acquired it in a job lot of darkroom equipment about 11 years ago and haven't actually used it I only acquired an Exacta

    Actually to overall construction and dimensions are very similar bar the T mount but then there were a lot of similar lenses from about the mid 30's until the 1960's when faster telephoto lenses became far more common.

    Ian

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