Focal length: 45mmm,
APS-C equiv. 63mm
Mount: M39 Paxette (see last paragraph)
Aperture: F 2.8 - F 16
Min focus distance: 0.65m
Length (from flange): 14/17mm
[+ 25mm for the adapters], rear element protrudes 14mm.
Diameter: 46mm
Weight: 51gr.

Some pictures:

A6000 and the lens.

The grip is a Case Logic grip attached to a Manfrotto 200PL style quick release plate, a special plate made by HorusBennu for their grips. It allows you to use the camera, with the grip attached, on a Manfrotto RC2 Rapid Connect Adapter.

Sample pictures: You may click on the sample image (except closest focus) for full resolution. The full resolution image opens in a new window, so you can keep it open for comparison. Focus is on the satellite dish to the right of the big solar panel near the center of the photo.

F 2.8. Lens is off focus.

F 8.

F 16.

Closest focus is 0.65m from outermost edge of the lens. Focus on the program wheel of the camera.

This old lens was sold for Braun Paxette cameras. This one is a bit off focus. I will probably try later with a different adapter. Wide open it's a bit soft. Stopped down it's fine. At F16 you can see what it is capable of, inspite of slightly being off focus. At F 16 there is little or no diffraction, which is much better than other lenses. Diffraction is a problem of the APS-C sensor size, not the lens (see comparison page). The sample pictures were taken on a dull day, so there is less contrast. It's astonishing, how short and light the lens is, even if you add the adapters. A nice very small lens.

The M39 Paxette Mount is the same thread as ordinary M39 (Leica), but  a different flange focal distance.
Please refer to the Paxette lens page.