Rodenstock grandagon-n 75mm

2020-02-29 00:55

The Rodenstock 75 mm F4. 5 lens is a 4x5inch format lens used for photographic professionals to shoot wide angle photographs in close conditions. You can use the Rodenstock 75 mm F4. 5 lens for shooting panoramic images also.Rodenstock Grandagon N 75mm f6. 8 Large Format. Weakness: At 6. 8 max aperature it is dark on the focusing screen. (I knew that when I bought it. ) But the 75 4. 5 Grandagon costs about 500 more, and you still need a focusing cloth to see what you are doing. Good value for a wide angle lens for large format. Sharp and colors are perfect, to me. rodenstock grandagon-n 75mm

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The GrandagonN 75mm f6. 8 is a highly corrected wideangle lens with a 102 degree angle of view. The maximum aperture of f6. 8 allows for a more compact design. Dec 18, 2004 Currently, I'm back to using a 75mm f6. 8 GrandagonN. This lens is a compromise in several ways. The f6. 8 max. aperture makes focusing and composing more difficult than a lens with an f4. 5 max. aperture. rodenstock grandagon-n 75mm How can the answer be improved?

Lens Summary. Also Known As: Rodenstock 75mm f4. 5 Lens Description: The Rodenstock 75mm f4. 5 GrandagonN Lens is a professional wide angle lens for the 4x5 format, providing an angle of view on 4x5 which is similar to a 20mm lens in the 35mm format. The GrandagonN series is an 8element, highlycorrected optical formula known rodenstock grandagon-n 75mm Rodenstock Photo Optics a brand of the LINOS Photonics GmbH& Co. KG 28 Lenses for Analog Professional Photography ApoSironarS The ApoSironarS is a lens for universal use which has been modified to provide the highest image reproduction quality. Like the ApoSironarN, its applications are almost unlimited. Jan 12, 2007 Re: Rodenstock grandagon n Fmm F 6. 8 Originally Posted by Brian Vuillemenot I also use the f6. 8 75mm Grandagon and have been completely happy with it, although I haven't done any controlled tests and use it for landscape where I don't need extensive movements.

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