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Corfield sold a range of lenses with their Periflex 39mm mount bodies. The Periflex had no rangefinder but a periscopic through the lens focusing system, so it seems that none of the lenses was rangefinder coupled. Some lenses were made in collaboration with Enna, and the last ones were probably entirely made by Enna.

The known finishes were:

  • type 0: all chrome, only on the first 50/3.5 Lumar
  • type I: chrome and leatherette
  • type II: black with wide chrome stripes (like the Enna lenses of the same period)
  • type IIb: black with thin chrome stripes and one chrome ring
  • 28/3.5 Retro Lumax (I,II)
  • 35/1.8 Super Retro-Lumax (I)
  • 35/3.5 Retro-Lumax (I)
  • 45/1.9 Lumax (I,II)
  • 45/2.8 Lumax (I)
  • 45/3.5 Lumax (I)
  • 50/3.5 Lumar, 1953 (0)
  • 50/3.5 Lumar-X, 1955 (I)
  • 50/2.8 Lumax (II)
  • 50/2.4 Lumax (II)
  • 50/1.9 Lumax (II)
  • 85/1.5 Super-Lumax?
  • 90/2.8 Tele-Lumax (II)
  • 95/2.8 Lumar (II)
  • 100/4 Lumar, 1957 (I)
  • 135/3.5 Tele-Lumax (I)
  • 135/2.8 Tele-Lumax (II)
  • 240/4.5 Lumar?
  • 400/4.5 Tele-Lumax?


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