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Here we introduce to you a 1930’s uncoated cine lens for 16mm cameras, Hugo Meyer Kino Plasmat 2cm f/1.5 in c mount. Hugo Meyer Plasmat lenses are famous old cine lenses. This Kino Plasmat 2cm f/1.5 is a very tiny lens perfect for micro 4/3 cameras, Black Magic, Panasonic, Lumix … It covers little less than aps-c.

 

Wide open it is sharp with super swirly bokeh. Colors rendition is great with a cine vintage feeling.

 

Price : ++

Beauty : 8/10

Rarity : 9/10

Use : 8/10

Size / weight : 10/10

Sharpness : 7/10

Contrast : 7/10

Bokeh : 10/10

Grade = 8.4/10

Here this is a real piece of collection in perfect condition, Hugo Meyer Makro Plasmat 50m f/2.7 in c mount. Makro plasmat lenses have been produced by Hugo Meyer during 1930’s. This Makro Plasmat 50mm is extremely rare and our is in excellent conditions. Not a fast lens for a Meyer optic, but really sharp and a great bokeh. This lens is non coated and makes great flares with sun light. Excellent colors rendition !!!

Hugo Meyer Makro Plasmat 50/2.7 is small and lightweight. It fully covers APS-C and can cover Full Frame with modification. Perfect for Sony A7 aps-c or 4/3 cameras (Black Magic, GH4, GH5). It’s a special feeling to shoot with a quasi hundred years old lens.

 

Price : ++++

Beauty : 9/10

Rarity : 10/10

Use : 8/10

Size / weight : 9/10

Sharpness : 8/10

Contrast : 7/10

Bokeh : 8/10

Grade = 8.4/10

Cooke varotal 21-210mm f2.9 was made by Taylor Hobson for TV. This lens was controled with electronic but can be used manualy. It has a very beautiful golden coated.

 

Price : ++++

Beauty : 7/10

Rarity : 9/10

Use : 6/10

Size / weight : 6/10

Sharpness : ?/10

Contrast : 5/10

Bokeh : 10/10

Grade = 7.2/10

 

I’ve tested it on nikon d810 full frame. This is difficult to make focus on nikon d810 without an adaptator but we can see a great bubble bokeh :