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[[Fuji]] made Fujinon lenses in [[39mm screw lenses|Leica screw mount]] in the 1950s and 1960s, and the 5cm f/1.2 was also available in [[Nikon rangefinder lenses|Nikon mount]].
 
[[Fuji]] made Fujinon lenses in [[39mm screw lenses|Leica screw mount]] in the 1950s and 1960s, and the 5cm f/1.2 was also available in [[Nikon rangefinder lenses|Nikon mount]].
  
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* [http://pwfukagawa.blog98.fc2.com/blog-entry-75.html Cristar 5cm f/2], [http://pwfukagawa.blog98.fc2.com/blog-entry-76.html other Cristar 5cm f/2], [http://pwfukagawa.blog98.fc2.com/blog-entry-78.html Fujinon 5cm f/1.2] at [http://pwfukagawa.blog98.fc2.com/ Fukugawa Seimitsu Kōbō]
 
* [http://pwfukagawa.blog98.fc2.com/blog-entry-75.html Cristar 5cm f/2], [http://pwfukagawa.blog98.fc2.com/blog-entry-76.html other Cristar 5cm f/2], [http://pwfukagawa.blog98.fc2.com/blog-entry-78.html Fujinon 5cm f/1.2] at [http://pwfukagawa.blog98.fc2.com/ Fukugawa Seimitsu Kōbō]
* [http://archive.is/www.kuroneko-camera.com/lenses/fujinon_50_28.html Fujinon L 5cm f/2.8] and [http://archive.is/www.kuroneko-camera.com/lenses/fujinon_50_2.html Fujinon L 5cm f/2] at [http://archive.is/www.kuroneko-camera.com/ Kuroneko Camera] (archived)
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* [https://web.archive.org/web/20150101174907/www.kuroneko-camera.com/lenses/fujinon_50_28.html Fujinon L 5cm f/2.8] and [https://web.archive.org/web/20120124040507/www.kuroneko-camera.com/lenses/fujinon_50_2.html Fujinon L 5cm f/2] at [https://web.archive.org/web/20150121020116/http://www.kuroneko-camera.com/index.html Kuroneko Camera] (archived January 2015 and December 2012 respectively, at archive.org)
 
* [http://spblack.ojiji.net/lp0011.html Fujinon L 5cm f/2] and [http://spblack.ojiji.net/lp0022.html Fujinon L 5cm f/2.8] at [http://spblack.ojiji.net/ Lens Paradise]
 
* [http://spblack.ojiji.net/lp0011.html Fujinon L 5cm f/2] and [http://spblack.ojiji.net/lp0022.html Fujinon L 5cm f/2.8] at [http://spblack.ojiji.net/ Lens Paradise]
 
* [http://www.hayatacamera.co.jp/monthlyphoto/200903/ Fujinon 5cm f/1.2] and pictures made with it] at [http://www.hayatacamera.co.jp/ Hayata Camera Laboratory]
 
* [http://www.hayatacamera.co.jp/monthlyphoto/200903/ Fujinon 5cm f/1.2] and pictures made with it] at [http://www.hayatacamera.co.jp/ Hayata Camera Laboratory]
* [http://archive.is/www.cameraguild.jp/nekosan/leotax.htm Leotax page] with Fuji 39mm screw lenses in [http://archive.is/www.cameraguild.jp/nekosan/ Nekosan's website] (archived)
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* [https://web.archive.org/web/20160306093413/www.cameraguild.jp/nekosan/leotax.htm Leotax page] with Fuji 39mm screw lenses in [https://web.archive.org/web/20160317141859/www.cameraguild.jp/nekosan/ Nekosan's website] (archived March 2016 at archive.org)
  
  

Latest revision as of 04:33, 10 November 2020

Fuji made Fujinon lenses in Leica screw mount in the 1950s and 1960s, and the 5cm f/1.2 was also available in Nikon mount.

  • Cristar 35/3.5[1]
  • Cristar 5cm f/2[2]
  • Fujinon 3.5cm f/2, chrome[3]
  • Fujinon L 5cm f/2.8, black and chrome[4]
  • Fujinon L 5cm f/2, black and chrome
  • Fujinon 5cm f/1.2, chrome, later black, also in Nikon mount
  • Fujinon 10cm f/2, black and chrome

Notes

  1. Lens sold at Skinner on September 11, 2004.
  2. Awano, p.123 of Kurashikku Kamera Senka no.32.
  3. Lens sold as lot 90 of Westlicht Photographica Auction 8, 27 Nov 2005 (linked below).
  4. Lens sold as lot 91 of Westlicht auction 8 (linked below).

Links

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