1. djramsay
    djramsay ·

    looks like a telescope??

  2. jaybees80
    jaybees80 ·

    a zoom lens.?

  3. domo-guy
    domo-guy ·

    some sort of photobooth ?

  4. iguana2015
    iguana2015 ·

    Tilt-Shift camera? :)

  5. wilper
    wilper ·

    Petzval lens?

  6. myfolkway
    myfolkway ·

    looks like some part of a La Sardina Metal edition ? Some metal edition of an existing camera ?

  7. chethong
    chethong ·

    Petzval lens looks spot-on! And does it point to Large-format too ? hmm....

  8. mapix
    mapix ·

    looks like nice cratsmanship! something made from wood?

  9. metobi
    metobi ·

    Petzval lens seems about right given the picture in the first article.

  10. djramsay
    djramsay ·

    Wiki Petzval looks spot on. But which camera will it be for?

  11. bokiopaki
    bokiopaki ·

    I'd say a tilt-shift camera.

  12. bokiopaki
    bokiopaki ·

    Or a tilt-shift lens.

  13. forgoodnessjakes
    forgoodnessjakes ·

    Definitely a petzval lens, but I don't know what camera it would be for, or if it's a stand alone accessory for SLRs.

  14. djramsay
    djramsay ·

    Konstruktor is the only SLA readilly availible here

  15. cabreb
    cabreb ·

    Shure it is a Petzval lens.

  16. arurin
    arurin ·

    Petzval lens for sure!

  17. christopherap
    christopherap ·

    now i feel like i have to buy a konstruktor.

  18. photobarbie
    photobarbie ·

    Petzval lens judging from the look of the photo in the email I got. Wonder which camera it'll be for?

  19. isophotographic
    isophotographic ·

    A Petzval-formula lens with a rack and pinion focus! Since the Konstructor is your only SLR, it must be designed for that camera. Any rangefinder wouldn't be able to make use of the focus adjustment you are showing here. I'm really looking forward to this!

  20. mellz
    mellz ·

    Focusing knob?

  21. stratski
    stratski ·

    Looks awfully metallic to be a konstuktor lens... Though the actual product might not actually be metal of course.

  22. upstart_thunder
    upstart_thunder ·

    Macro cam?

  23. muhamad_haiz_shamsudin
    muhamad_haiz_shamsudin ·

    Based on the clues so far (the cross-section diagram and the focusing knob picture), it does indicate a Petzval lens (old lens design achieving f/3.7) as said by @wilper but I'm not sure what the "new-ness" part of it is. Hmmm...

  24. francois
    francois ·

    Too big for a Konstruktor lens. Besides I don't see the Konstruktor with a brass barrel lens!
    It looks like a part from an old wet plate camera... but I know this is going to be wrong!

  25. ardiningrumws
    ardiningrumws ·

    Something that rotate maybe???

  26. yerzmyey
    yerzmyey ·

    Heh, You don't say it will be a projector for a LomoKino. That's something I'd buy for sure, haha. :)

  27. susanann
    susanann ·

    hmmmm......the first clue looked a bit "lensey", but this...
    some kind of film advancer screw.

  28. lborba
    lborba ·

    Fine focusing for macro...or perhaps a tilt/shift lens?

  29. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    Looks like focus rack for Petzval lens... Are we going large format, maybe... Petzval f3.7 lens and Packard shutter???? giant box camera????

  30. annunaki
    annunaki ·

    Medium format film camera with a Petzval lens would be my best guess.

  31. stonerfairy
    stonerfairy ·

    seems like a button for pinhole camera

  32. stonerfairy
    stonerfairy ·

    seems like a button for pinhole camera

  33. freakoftheweek
    freakoftheweek ·

    For sure it's a petzval lens:

  34. stratski
    stratski ·

    Another one for the belair perhaps?

  35. bamvansan
    bamvansan ·

    lens for lubitel 166+

  36. leos_
    leos_ ·

    I gues it'll be a petzval lens for konstruktor or belair camera. But I don't really think it'll be made from metal.

  37. deepfried_goodness
    deepfried_goodness ·

    I think it's going to be the new Belair lens (if it really is metal). If it's for the Konstructor, it will likely be plastic. It would also be cool if it was an M42 mount for the various Zenit SLR cameras.

  38. mcjoli
    mcjoli ·

    Its a telephotolens i think

  39. b-rampelt
    b-rampelt ·

    adjustable focus knob for a detachable lens? maybe a new addition to the Konstruktor

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