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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 Edit

  1. Lens sold at Skinner on September 11, 2004.
  2. Awano, p.123 of Kurashikku Kamera Senka no.32.
  3. Lens sold at Westlicht Auction 27 Nov 2005.
  4. Lens sold at Westlicht Auction 27 Nov 2005.

Links Edit

In English:

  • Past sales by Westlicht:
    • Cristar 5cm f/2: lot no.353 of auction no.9 (May 20, 2006)
    • Fujinon 3.5cm f/2: lot no.90 of auction no.8 (November 27, 2005)
    • Fujinon L 5cm f/2.8: lot no.91 of auction no.8 (November 27, 2005)
    • Fujinon L 5cm f/2.8: lot no.381 of auction no.10 (November 30, 2008)
    • Fujinon L 5cm f/2 on a Leotax T2: lot no.351 of auction no.7 (May 21, 2005)
    • Fujinon L 5cm f/2: lot no.365 of auction no.11 (May 26, 2007)
    • Fujinon 5cm f/1.2: lot no.214 of auction no.10 (November 18, 2006)
    • Filter for Fujinon 5cm f/1.2: lot no.355 of auction no.9 (May 20, 2006)
    • Fujinon 10cm f/2: lot no.354 of auction no.9 (May 20, 2006), lot no.382 of auction no.14 (November 30, 2008), lot no.361 of auction no.15 (May 23, 2009)
    • Fujinon L 5cm f/2.8: lot no.382 of auction no.10 (November 30, 2008)
  • Cristar 35/3.5 on a Leica III: lot no.197 of the September 11, 2004 auction by Skinner

In Japanese:


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