FOA, there is no real MACRO lens ( Soviet / Ukraine ) , the Ind-61 and Volna is pretty much close up , bu not macro. IMHO both the Ind and Volna are fairly good for its intended purpose of general purpose standard lens with a decent close up performance. As all of such lens , they have a deeply set barrel making hoods unneccessary and pre-set aperture. Both of them are late production items and feature better coating than earlier soviet optics. They are also typical of Soviet Lens, that is their color rendering is typically catered for tonality and graduiation, and not exactly for accutance, contrast and saturation ( all of which does not mattre much if you shoot DSLR, but must be noted for film user )|
Construction wise, the ind had a design flaw, the M42 mounting flange can frequently seen loose from the actual lens barrel. So remember to tighten the screw periodically and check for any play. Bpth lens also suffer from too much oil ( lubricant leaking onto the aperture blade, but truth is those oil do not affect the blade ( since its manual preset and not auto) and do not show on any image, so I am not so bothered by that )
If you are looking at lens that can do roughly the 1:4 to 1:3 range, they are pretty good for the money. Just do not expect to perform as real MACRO. The Volna can goto 1:2 but by then you can see its starting to degrade the image
And finally, the MACRO is only a term given to them, the original Soviet factory manual for the lens only refer to the lens capable for Close up. They specifically say if you need macro, use a bellow and reverse mount the lens instead !!