Kaleinar-5N - from the family of the same name fast four-lens lenses produced in the USSR. The optical design of the Kaleinar-5N is made on the principle of a complicated Cooke Triplet and was developed by the German company Rüo-Optik GmbH. In the 1930s, the development was purchased by the VOOMP for use in filming lenses. However, due to the unacceptable drop in resolution at the edge of the field of lenses calculated according to this scheme, their further development was suspended until the 1960s, when more successful samples were constructed from new types of optical glass.
At the Kiev plant "Arsenal" only two models of Kaleinar lenses were produced: with indexes 3 and 5.
"Kaleinar-3" - for single-lens reflex medium format cameras with a frame size of 6 × 6 cm. It was produced in two versions:
"Kaleinar-3B" - with B mount for cameras of the "Kiev-6S" and "Kiev-60" families.
"Kaleinar-3V" - with B mount for cameras "Salyut", "Salyut-S" and "Kiev-88".
"MS Kaleinar-5N" - for single-lens reflex cameras with a frame size of 24 × 36 mm. Produced with F mount for Kiev-17, Kiev-18, Kiev-19, Kiev-20, Kiev-19M cameras. At present, the Kiev plant "Arsenalreleases these models under the name "Arsat".
In 1983, a prototype Kaleinar-5 2,8/100 lens with a Leica M mount was produced at the Arsenal plant in Kiev.