Anti-reflection coatings of various lens series

Lens series Anti-reflection coating
Asahi Takumar Single-coated, except for the Super-Multi-Coated (SMC) Takumars.
Canon M39 Single-coated.
Canon EF, EF-M, EF-S, TS-E, MP-E, RF Multi-coated.
Canon FD New FD lenses are multi-coated, except for the 50mm F/1.8. First generation FD lenses are single-coated, except for the lenses designated as S.S.C. and L-series lenses, which are multi-coated.
Canon FL, FLP Single-coated, except for the lenses designated as S.S.C., which are multi-coated.
Canon R Single-coated.
Chiyoko Single-coated, except for the Chiyoko Rokkor 35mm F/3.5 (C) and Chiyoda Kogaku Super Rokkor 50mm F/1.8 which are multi-coated.
Cima Kogaku RE Not disclosed by the manufacturer.
Cosina AF and/or MC Multi-coated.
Fuji Multi-coated lenses designed for film cameras are designated as EBC. If the EBC acronym is enclosed in brackets, it means that there were versions of the lens with and without the EBC. The rest of lenses designed for film cameras are single-coated.
Fujifilm Multi-coated.
Hasselblad HC, HCD, XCD Multi-coated.
Heinz Kilfitt Munchen, Kamerabau-Anstalt-Vaduz, Zoomar Muenchen Single-coated.
Irix Multi-coated.
Kodak Ektar Single-coated.
Konica (Konishiroku) Not disclosed by the manufacturer, except for the UC and AF lenses, which are multi-coated.
Kowa 6x6 Single-coated.
Leica (Leitz) Not disclosed by the manufacturer.
Mamiya/Sekor (for TL/DTL series cameras) Single-coated.
Mamiya-Sekor CS Multi-coated.
Mamiya-Sekor E, EF, ES, SX Not disclosed by the manufacturer. Most likely multi-coated.
Mamiya 6, 7, M645, RB67, RZ67 Multi-coated, except for the RB67 lenses without C designation, which are single-coated.
Minolta A Multi-coated.
Minolta M-Rokkor Lenses for CL are single-coated. Lenses for CLE are multi-coated.
Minolta SR MC and MD lenses are multi-coated. The rest of lenses are single-coated.
Nikon F Multi-coated since 1971. Before 1971, ·C lenses are multi-coated and non-C lenses are single-coated. Series E lenses are multi-coated, except for the 50mm F/1.8 and 100mm F/2.8, which are single-coated.
Norita Kogaku Single-coated.
Olympus OM Most lenses are multi-coated, even those without the MC acronym.
Panasonic Multi-coated.
Pentax, Takumar (bayonet) Multi-coated, even those without the smc acronym.
Ricoh M42 Single-coated.
Ricoh K Most are multi-coated, except for the Rikenon 135mm F/3.5, Rikenon 50mm F/2, Rikenon 600mm F/8, Rikenon 60mm F/2.8 Macro, Rikenon 800mm F/8, Rikenon P 50mm F/2, XR Rikenon 50mm F/2, which are single-coated.
Rollei, Rolleinar Multi-coated lenses are designated as MC or HFT. The rest of lenses are single-coated.
Samsung Multi-coated.
Samyang Lenses designed for digital cameras are multi-coated.
Schneider-KREUZNACH Multi-coated lenses are designated as MC or HFT. AF lenses, Zenzanon-E lenses and lenses designed for digital cameras are also multi-coated. The rest of lenses are single-coated.
Sigma Multi-coated at least since the late 1970s.
Sony Multi-coated.
Tamron Adapt-A-Matic lenses are single-coated. All later lenses (Adaptall, Adaptall-2, AF) are multi-coated.
Teikoku Kogaku Zunow Single-coated.
Tokina Multi-coated at least since the late 1970s.
Tokyo Kogaku Topcor Single-coated, except for the Auto-Topcor 58mm F/1.4 (made by Cosina Co., Ltd) and RE GN Topcor M 50mm F/1.4, which are multi-coated.
Tomioka M42 Single-coated, except for the Auto Yashinon DS-M 55mm F/1.2, which is multi-coated.
Voigtlander Original Voigtlander lenses designed for Prominent, Bessamatic/Ultramatic, Vitessa T cameras are single-coated. All Voigtlander lenses made by Cosina are multi-coated, except for several lenses developed in variants with single-layer or multi-layer coating.
Vivitar Series 1 Multi-coated, except for the 135mm F/2.3 (VMC) Auto, which was originally single-coated but later received multi-layer coating.
Yashica M42 Single-coated, except for the DS-M lenses which are multi-coated.
Yashica/Contax Multi-coated, except for the DSB lenses which are single-coated. YUS lenses are also single-coated.
Zeiss Multi-coated lenses are designated as HFT or T*. If the HFT acronym is enclosed in brackets, it means that there were versions of the lens with and without the HTF coating. The rest of lenses are single-coated (including T lenses without the star mark).
Zenza Bronica Zenzanon Multi-coated.

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