The first variant was the Mir-1 and won the Grand Prix at Expo '58 in Brussels. Its construction was derived from the Flektogon lens by Carl Zeiss. The first element in this lens is in fact a disperser meniscus to reduce vignette effects when photographing with an open diaphragm.
- D.S. Volosov, «Photographic optics (theory, design basics, optical characteristics)», 2nd revised edition, Moscow, «Iskusstvo» Publishing House, 1978.
- (Russian) Mir-1, Mir-5, Mir-6, Mir-10, Mir-20, Mir-24, Mir-46, Mir-47, Mir-51,
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