>Could you lead me to more informaion on Enna. Or tell me more about
>what you know
They were a relatively small optical concern in Germany which produced some
relatively fine lenses, given their small size. They produced a range of
lenses for the Corfield cameras and for the later Argus cameras.
They DID make the 1.5/85 Lithagon which I used to own but, stupidly, sold.
Ah, well. Someday, I'll meet another...
From Marc James Small
ENNA is a small optical house which made a lot of middle-line lenses for
LTM, M42, and Exakta in the 1950's and 1960's. Their lenses were the
regular lens line for the British Corfield LTM clones, though marked with
the Corfield lens: this Ennalyt 1.9/50 is identical to the "Lumax" of the
same specification, I believe.
I think that is right about the C44 and C44r, and I have Enna lens that
was made for the Braun Paxette line as well. I have a Enna-Werk Munchen
Tele-Ennalyt 1:3.5 F-13.5 ( Red C ) Nr. 2635546. This lens produces pretty
fair results and the construction is turned aluminum with a polished finish
that is very good quality.