CZJ Flektogon 20mm 2.8

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by teos, Aug 18, 2010.

  1. Hello!
    Here there are some of the pictures taken with Flektogon 20mm 2.8 on Canon EOS 50e with a chip adaptor with focus confirmation.Scanned on Noritsu KOKI .The results of the focus confirmation are somehhat mixed , I can't have a strong clear conclusion .I think I have to habituate myself with it.
    Because I am testing this lens , I shot a roll with the lens monted on Minolta X-700 , I'll post the results.
  2. Is the Flektogon in M42 mount? Has anyone compared this lens to the 20/3.8 Vivitar Fixed Mount, the Vivitar or Soligor 21/3.8 T4 or the 21/4 Konica Hexanon? From the outside the designs look similar.
  3. My sample is a M42 mount. I use it with a focus confirm adapter wich allows me a maximum 7.1 aperture stop down on Canon Eos. If I try to stop down more , the camera doesn't work.
  4. CZJ Flektogon 20mm 2.8 on EOS 50e with adapter aperture 5.6 Fuji200
  5. I'm envious of your Flektogon :)
    I have personally had very bad luck with focus-confirmation chips on adapters, and have found it better and safer to simply trust your own eyes.
    Really nice pictures.
  6. Hi, JDM !
    Thank you for the feed-back !
    I think you are right . This adapter I used doesn't please me either.It is quite interesting because they say it can be programmed , even for corecting front/back focus problems .In the field ...mmmm I am not totally satisfied , this is why I moved the lens on the X-700 with aM42 to MD adapter, and waiting to see what happens .I shot a roll , didn't sent it to the lab yet.
    Maybe (even if I wear glasses) disabling the AF of the EOS 50e and shooting only on scale could be a better option(I could use f 11 ,f16 with the AF disabled - that adaptor permits programming manual focus ,as if the lens would have a selector MF/AF like the EOS lenses).
    Of course a manual focus screen could be a solution but I don't know how to mount it.
    But here is a sample taken with the same lens on X-700 this spring.
  7. Here are some pics taken with the Flektogon 20mm on Canon XTi :
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  9. and , at F8

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