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Modification Helios 44-2 to cinema lens

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Here I share my particular modification to convert the famous Helios 44-2 lens into a cinema lens to be used in digital cameras.

The modification consists of 5 pieces:

1º - Focusing ring precisely designed to the lens slots.

2nd - Diaphragm ring to control lens aperture

3º - Parasol to avoid flashes

4º - Cover adapted to the diameter of the parasol

5º - Rear cover for threaded lens m42

The rings can be controlled with a follow focus or manually. It is necessary to use some force to place the rings since they have been designed to do without screws.

In my profile you can find for free an adapter to use the Helios 44-2 lens or any other m42 mount in Sony cameras without mirror (a7 a7ii a7iii a7R a7S a5000 a6000 a6400 NEX5...)

3D printing settings

For the printing I used 40% black PLA filling with 0.4mm nozzle. You can print this design as accurately as your printer has.

  • 3D file format: STL
  • Publication date: 2019/12/04 at 12:45

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