Samsung also has a 10mm Fisheye pancake lens. The only of its kind aside from the noted 18mm Takumar (which I also own, funnily enough). The 17mm Fish Eye Takumar is at the borderline of what I would consider a pancake but maybe it could be included too.
Thanks for pointing to it Jose. After a long time I added the lens to the list.
Olympus also has a 38mm f:2.8 pancake lens for their half frame Pen series. You can use this lens with APS-C and micro 4/3sensor cameras with a proper adapter. Some of that Pen lenses can also support full frame too. But I don’t know if it is possible for this lens.
Thanks for contributing I added the lens. Its special, there is not much info about it.
there also is Ricoh XR Rikenon 28mm F/3.5 Aspherical Pancake len for Pentax, quite rare, just one year of producing, in the 90’s.
Thanks Seb! I added it to the list and moved the blog entry to a new home on streetphototip.com
I think you should add the Voigtlander 28mm f2.8 SL and/or SLII pancake lens. It is a lovely lens and unfortunately discontinued. But I believe worth to mention.
Thanks Can! I added it to the list and moved the blog entry to a new home on streetphototip.com
Now I remember that Industar-69 is another 28mm 2.8 pancake lens too. You may want to add your list.
Great added it a and more M39 pancake lenses as well.
I would add the Pentacon Prakticar 50mm 2,4 lens. (as good as I know there were two versions… one metal and one more plasticky)
I don’t know whether it was marketed as a pancake but by form factor … if Konica 40mm 1,8 or the Nikon 50mm 1,8 Pancake is a pencake than this should be considered to be one, too.
Thanks Casba. I added the DDR Lens. It rally is special with its mount.
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