Vintage long-focus lens from the once famous French company, which released a series of classic and widely known in the film industry optics. The Kinoptik company was created by Georges Grossett and Georges Pertuis in the 1930s.

In the 50s, she began producing lenses for filmmaking, among which Tegea 9.8 T2.3 was popular. After the company was sold to the founder’s son in 81, the technologies developed over many years were used in astronomy, computer vision, medicine, the nuclear industry, etc.