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Even in the age of digital photography, the professional camera remains the dominant tool for advertising, still-life and building photographs:

The large format of conventional photography still offer unsurpassed sharpness and an incomparable abundance of detail.

Professional cameras allow perspective corrections and deliberate inclinations of the plane of best sharpness ("Scheimpflug plane") which is not possible with fixed 35 mm or medium format cameras (or only with great restrictions).

Rodenstock's range "Lenses for professional photography" therefore includes different lens types which are available in graduated focal lenght version to meet practical requirements.

Rodenstock lenses for large format cameras are available in the different shutter versions.
Besides mentioned shutter types you can request lenses in Horseman-ISS, Noble-Prestor and Copal-Press shutters. Other shutter types - on demand.

Rodenstock lenses for large format cameras will meet your highest requriements.

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Apo-Sironar-N | The photographer's "workhorse"

Apo-Sironar-N

 

The Apo-Sironar-N is the all-round lens for the professional photographer. Typical applications: product shots of every kind, industrial subjects, landscape and city photography.

The six-element Apo-Sironar-N bears the "Apo" designation without restriction despite its very advatageous price. The field angle is 72 degree.

The image circle diameter exceeds the diagonal of the recommended format by around 45%; this gives the photographer considerable edge quality together with abundant shift and swing possibilities.

Optical design: 6 elements / 4 groups
(Apo-Sironar-N 300 mm f/5,6)

For technical data see Table 1

 

Apo-Sironar-N

Apo-Sironar-S | The ultimate lens with extensive adjustment reserves

Apo-Sironar-S

 

The Apo-Sironar-S is a lense for universal use which has been modified to provide the highest image reproduction quality. Its special stregths can be seen when complex, fine structures in the adjustment range have to be reproduced.

Its field angle has been increased to 75 degrees and so permit even more generous shifts. Therefore is the Apo-Sironar-S also the ideal standard lens for applications which require particulary large parallel shifts to correct the perspective.

As a result of elimination of the secondary spectrum thanks to the use of ED glass materials with anomalous dispersion, no visible colour fringing occurs even at edges with extreme contrast. In addition, the light fall-off towards the edge has been reduced for a more uniform illumination.

Optical design: 6 elements / 4 groups
(Apo-Sironar-S 240 mm f/5,6)

For technical data see Table 1

 

Apo-Sironar-S

Apo-Sironar-W | Lens for conversion to larger formats

Apo-Sironar-W

 

 

The Apo-Sironar-W with the field angle of 80 degrees allow to use all possible movements of your camera. This universal lens can be used then converting your camera to larger formats.

Optical design: 7 elements / 5 groups

For technical data see Table 1

 

 

Apo-Sironar-W

Apo-Macro-Sironar, Macro-Sironar-N | Lenses for great little pictures

Apo-Macro-Sironar

 

In the near area - at scales of around 1:1, the quality of leneses optimised for larger distances falls visibly from the usual stadard of performance. And it is here that the Macro-Sironar-N come into their own for imaging scales of 1:5 and greater.

The Apo-Macro-sironar offers excellent imaging qulity in conjunction with the wide freedom of movement required for large-format photography.

The Apo-Macro-Sironar provides exceptional results without any color fringes at a scale range from 1:5 to 2:1 without any need to adjust the scale individually. The focal lengths 0f 120 and 180 mm allow work with most cameras without any extra tube extension even at a scale of 2:1.

Optical design: 6 elements / 4 groups
(Apo-Macro-Sironar 180 mm f/5,6)

For technical data see Table 1

 

Apo-Macro-Sironar

Apo-Grandagon | Freedom for architecture, landscape and studio

Apo-Grandagon

 

Roll film formats for large format requireshorter focal lenght lenses. With focal lenghts of 35, 45 and 55 mm, photography in close spaces on roll film or up to a format of 4x5" becomes "dymanic enjoyment".

Both lenses give you the freedom to find new and appealing views in product photography. But new standards in freedom of movements are also offered by the the Apo-Grandagon super wide-angle lenses with a useful field angle of 120 degrees in architectural photography.

With the Rodenstock Focus-Mount, both lenses can be fitted to cameras without bellows - a feature which makes large format photography mobile!

Optical design: 8 elements / 4 groups
(Apo-Grandagon 55 mm f/4,5)

For technical data see Table 1

 

Apo-Grandagon

Grandagon-N | The "space expander" for situations where space is at a premium

Apo-Grandagon-N

 

The Grandagon-N with its field angle of up to 105 degrees can really display its strenghts in wide photos in close conditions, for example in architecture or industrial photography or in panorama views.

The Grandagon-N is available in two versions: with the maximum aperture 4,5 in focal lenghts 65 to 90 mm it has 8 elements and with the maximum aperture 6,8 in focal lenght 75 to 155 it has 6 elements.

The eight element lenses offer not only a nigh maximum aperture, but also a field angle of 109 degrees, an even more uniform illumination and distorsion values of less than 1%.

The use of neutral grey, vignetting-free Center Filters is recommended for critical motifs and to make best use of image circle.

Optical design: 8 elements / 4 groups
(Grandagon-N 90mm f/6,8)

For technical data see Table 1

 

Apo-Grandagon-N

Apo-Ronar | World-famous for extreme sharpness

Apo-Ronar

 

The Apo-Ronar is the classic process lens. But the scope of this lens, withits outstanding definition, goes far beyond process and product shots. With a field angle of around 48 degrees it is a first-class long focal lenght lens for all formats whose long side is not larger than half the focal lenght. A lens which is light, compact, attractively priced and still superior in sharpness and field angle to tele lens designs.

As the imahe circle increases with camera extension, the Apo-Ronar can also be used for larhger formats in the close-up and macro range.

Optical design: 4 elements / 4 groups
(Apo-Ronar 300 mm f/9)

For technical data see Table 1

 

Apo-Ronar

Imagon | Soft focus for romantic portraits with etherial light

Imagon

 

High-qulity leneses are normally expexted to yield sharp, crisp images. For some applications, however, - for example in prottrait shots - a softer luminous rendering is preferred over faithful detail sharpness. The Imagon lens with focal lenghts of 200 mm, 250 mm and 300 mm meets this need for film sizes up to 13x18 cm (5x7") in a very special way.

It does not produce the blurred images typical for incorrect focusing or poor quality lenses. It rather overlays a clearly defined image core with delicate diffusion controlled by adjustable push-on perforated diaphragms. By spreading highlight outlines into the shadows, the Imagon softens the hard definition, yielding portrair or landscape effects that range from a slightly flattering rendering to dreamy, romantic moods.

Optical design: 2 elements / 1 group
(Imagon 200 mm H 5,8)

For technical data see Table 1

 

Imagon

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TECHNICAL DATA OF THE LENSES - TABLE 1

 

1

Lens

2

Max. recommended film size

3

Image circle at  1 : infinity.gif (60 bytes) and   f/22, mm

   

 

Shutters (smallest aperture)

 

4

Copal 0

 

5

Compur 0

 

6

Prontor professional 01 S

 

7

Copal 1

 

8

Compur 1

14

Push-on mount diameter, mm

9

Prontor professional 1 S

15

Filter thread, mm

10

Copal 3

16

Rear mount diameter, mm

11

Compur 3

17

Optical register, mm

12

Prontor professional 3 S

18

Overal length, mm

13

Standard mount

19

Weight including Copal/Compur shutter, g

 

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Apo-Sironar-N

Lens Max. recommended film size Image circle, mm Min. aperture in Copal 0 Min. aperture in Compur 0 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 01 S Min. aperture in Copal 1 Min. aperture in Compur 1 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 1 S Min. aperture in Copal 3 Min. aperture in Compur 3 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 3 S Standard mount Push-on mount diameter, mm Filter thread, mm Rear mount diameter, mm Optical register, mm Overal length, mm Weight including Copal/Compur shutter, g

100 mm f/5,6

6x9

151

45

45

45

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

42

40,5

31,5

100

38

170

135 mm f/5,6

9x12/4x5

200

64

45

64

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

42

40,5

40,5

130

43,5

210

150 mm f/5,6

9x12/4x5

214

64

45

65

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

51

49

42

142

51

220

180 mm f/5,6

13x18/5x7

262

 

 

 

64

64

64

 

 

 

 

60

58

51

173

57

400

210 mm f/5,6

13x18/5x7

301

 

 

 

64

64

64

 

 

 

 

70

67

60

200

66

440

240 mm f/5,6

13x18/5x7

350

 

 

 

 

 

 

64

64

64

 

80

77

70

231

77

780

300 mm f/5,6

18x24/8x10

425

 

 

 

 

 

 

64

64

64

 

90

86

80

282

94

1040

360 mm f/6,8

18x24/8x10

435

 

 

 

 

 

 

64

64

64

 

110

105

80

333

116,5

1560

480 mm f/8,4

18x24/8x10

500

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

 

 

 

115

112

95

452

147

2300

480 mm f/9,0

18x24/8x10

500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

90

 

115

112

95

452

147

2300

 

Apo-Sironar-S

Lens Max. recommended film size Image circle, mm Min. aperture in Copal 0 Min. aperture in Compur 0 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 01 S Min. aperture in Copal 1 Min. aperture in Compur 1 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 1 S Min. aperture in Copal 3 Min. aperture in Compur 3 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 3 S Standard mount Push-on mount diameter, mm Filter thread, mm Rear mount diameter, mm Optical register, mm Overal length, mm Weight including Copal/Compur shutter, g

135 mm f/5,6

9x12/4x5

208

64

45

64

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

51

49 

48 

132

47,5

240

150 mm f/5,6

9x12/4x5

231

64

45

64

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

51

49 

51

147

51,5

250

180 mm f/5,6

13x18/5x7

276

 

 

 

64

64

64

 

 

 

 

70

67 

60

177

60,5

410

210 mm f/5,6

13x18/5x7

316

 

 

 

64

64

64

 

 

 

 

75

72 

65

202

69,5

490

240 mm f/5,6

13x18/5x7

372

 

 

 

 

 

 

64

64 

64

 

90

86 

80

230

82

980

300 mm f/5,6

18x24/8x10

448

 

 

 

 

 

 

64

64

64 

 

105

100 

80

277

98,5

1210

360 mm f/6,8

18x24/8x10

468

 

 

 

 

 

 

64

64

64 

 

117

112 

80

330

120

1560

 

Apo-Sironar-W

Lens Max. recommended film size Image circle, mm Min. aperture in Copal 0 Min. aperture in Compur 0 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 01 S Min. aperture in Copal 1 Min. aperture in Compur 1 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 1 S Min. aperture in Copal 3 Min. aperture in Compur 3 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 3 S Standard mount Push-on mount diameter, mm Filter thread, mm Rear mount diameter, mm Optical register, mm Overal length, mm Weight including Copal/Compur shutter, g

150 mm f/5,6

13x18/5x7

252

 

 

 

45

64

64

 

 

 

 

75

72

57

141

56

380

210 mm f/5,6

18x24/8x10

352

 

 

 

 

 

 

64

64

64

 

105

100

76,5

191

77,5

950

300 mm f/5,6

18x24/8x10

490

 

 

 

 

 

 

64

64

64

 

132

127

105

280

105,5

1610

 

Apo-Macro-Sironar

Lens Max. recommended film size Image circle, mm Min. aperture in Copal 0 Min. aperture in Compur 0 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 01 S Min. aperture in Copal 1 Min. aperture in Compur 1 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 1 S Min. aperture in Copal 3 Min. aperture in Compur 3 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 3 S Standard mount Push-on mount diameter, mm Filter thread, mm Rear mount diameter, mm Optical register, mm Overal length, mm Weight including Copal/Compur shutter, g

180 mm f/5,6

13x18/5x7

415

 

 

 

64

64

64

 

 

 

 

70

67

54

176

61,2

410

 

Macro-Sironar-N

Lens Max. recommended film size Image circle, mm Min. aperture in Copal 0 Min. aperture in Compur 0 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 01 S Min. aperture in Copal 1 Min. aperture in Compur 1 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 1 S Min. aperture in Copal 3 Min. aperture in Compur 3 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 3 S Standard mount Push-on mount diameter, mm Filter thread, mm Rear mount diameter, mm Optical register, mm Overal length, mm Weight including Copal/Compur shutter, g

300 mm f/5,6

18x24/8x10

550

 

 

 

 

 

 

64

64

64

 

80

77

80

280

93

1080

 

Apo-Grandagon

Lens Max. recommended film size Image circle, mm Min. aperture in Copal 0 Min. aperture in Compur 0 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 01 S Min. aperture in Copal 1 Min. aperture in Compur 1 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 1 S Min. aperture in Copal 3 Min. aperture in Compur 3 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 3 S Standard mount Push-on mount diameter, mm Filter thread, mm Rear mount diameter, mm Optical register, mm Overal length, mm Weight including Copal/Compur shutter, g

35 mm f/4,5

6x9 (6x12)

125

22

 

22

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

70

67

60

43,2

55,7

300

45 mm f/4,5

6x9 (6x12)

131

32

 

32

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

70

67

60

55,5

65,3

350

55 mm f/4,5

9x12/4x5

163

45

45

45

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

70

67

60

67,6

69,8

400

 

Grandagon-N

Lens Max. recommended film size Image circle, mm Min. aperture in Copal 0 Min. aperture in Compur 0 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 01 S Min. aperture in Copal 1 Min. aperture in Compur 1 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 1 S Min. aperture in Copal 3 Min. aperture in Compur 3 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 3 S Standard mount Push-on mount diameter, mm Filter thread, mm Rear mount diameter, mm Optical register, mm Overal length, mm Weight including Copal/Compur shutter, g

55 mm f/4,5

9x12/4x5

170

45

45

45

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

60

58

51

70

63,5

330

75 mm f/4,5

9x12/4x5

195

45

45

45

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

70

67

60

82

73,5

440

75 mm f/6,8

9x12/4x5

187

45

45

45

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

60

58

54

79

65

340

90 mm f/4,5

13x18/5x7

236

 

 

 

45

45

45

 

 

 

 

85

82

70

98

88,5

700

90 mm f/6,8

9x12/4x5

221

45

45

45

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

70

67

60

94

78,5

460

115 mm f/6,8

13x18/5x7

291

 

 

 

45

45

45

 

 

 

 

85

82

70

121

93

740

155 mm f/6,8

18x24/8x10

382

 

 

 

45

45

64

 

 

 

 

110

105

90

169

133,5

1460

200 mm f/6,8

18x24/8x10

495

 

 

 

 

 

 

64

64

64

 

140

135

115

215

172

2600

 

Apo-Ronar

Lens Max. recommended film size Image circle, mm Min. aperture in Copal 0 Min. aperture in Compur 0 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 01 S Min. aperture in Copal 1 Min. aperture in Compur 1 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 1 S Min. aperture in Copal 3 Min. aperture in Compur 3 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 3 S Standard mount Push-on mount diameter, mm Filter thread, mm Rear mount diameter, mm Optical register, mm Overal length, mm Weight including Copal/Compur shutter, g

150 mm f/9,0

6x9

135

64

45

64

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

42

40,5

31,5

149

36,5

150

240 mm f/9,0

9x12/4x5

212

 

 

 

90

64

90

 

 

 

 

51

49

37,5

235

41,5

260

300 mm f/9,0

13x18/5x7

264

 

 

 

90

90

90

 

 

 

 

51

49

37,5

296

47,5

270

360 mm f/9,0

13x18/5x7

318

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

90

90

 

60

58

58

351

59

550

480 mm f/9,0

18x24/8x10

396

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

 

 

 

70

67

60

463

67

850

480 mm f/11,0

18x24/8x10

396

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

90

 

70

67

60

463

67

850

 

Imagon

Lens Max. recommended film size Image circle, mm Min. aperture in Copal 0 Min. aperture in Compur 0 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 01 S Min. aperture in Copal 1 Min. aperture in Compur 1 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 1 S Min. aperture in Copal 3 Min. aperture in Compur 3 Min. aperture in Prontor prof. 3 S Standard mount Push-on mount diameter, mm Filter thread, mm Rear mount diameter, mm Optical register, mm Overal length, mm Weight including Copal/Compur shutter, g

200 mm H 5,8

6x9

 

 Perforated diaphragm

*

*

*

 

55

-

60

216

78

510

250 mm H 5,8

9x12/4x5

 

*

*

*

*

55

-

60

276

84,5

520

300 mm H 6,8

13x18/5x7

 

*

 

*

*

55

-

60

332

91

540

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DEPTH OF FIELD VERSUS DIFFRACTION - THE OPTIMUM WORKING APERTURES

 

Strictly speaking, sharp focusing is only possible in the subject plane; in front of or behind this plane, the sharpness is less. The area in which unsharpness is not yet recognizable as such is called "depth of field".

The longer the focal length of a lens, the shallower the depth of field; but the more the lens is stopped down, the larger this again becomes.

Because large taking formats require long focal lengths, large format lenses have to be stopped down quite a lot in order to provide sufficient depth of field.

A certain amount of stopping down is also normally required to suppress the residual aberration which can never be corrected 100%.

But at low apertures diffraction -an unavoidable physical effect -increases so that the sharpness is visibly reduced. For this reason, you should never stop down any more than is absolutely necessary.

Under optimum circumstances most large format lenses should be stopped down to f/22; smaller apertures may be permissible with larger formats (see chart). If a great deal of depth of field is required, the aperture can be stopped down by one more number without any substantial loss in the image sharpness.

When comparing different taking formats, the different focal lengths, the different depths of field and the different diffraction must be taken into contact if the comparison is to be correct.

Because the different taking formats have different "width to height" ratios, the corresponding format diagonal is used as the reference value.

The chart shows focal lengths (from super wide-angle to long focal length) which have corresponding diagonal field angles and which have been rounded to standard values in comparison with standard focal lengths for 35 mm photography.

The last column shows the corresponding optimum aperture values with regard to depth of field and diffraction; the reference value here is aperture f/5.6 for 35 mm. These recommended values should only be exceeded in the interest of best possible sharpness when the depth of field is much more important than good sharpness.

 

Format

Analogue focal lenghts (mm)

Best
Aperutre

Short

Normal

Long

24x36 mm

18

24

28

35

50

85

135

5,6

6x6 cm

30

40

50

65

90

150

250

11

6x7 cm

35

50

60

75

100

180

280

11 - 16

6x9 cm

45

55

65

105

135

210

360

16

9x12 cm/ 4х5"

55

75

90

115

180

300

480

16 - 22

13x18 cm/ 5x7"

90

115

155

200

240

420

600

22 - 32

18x24 cm/ 8x10"

115

155

200

240

360

600

900

35 - 45

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IMAGE CIRCLES AND SHIFT LIMITS

 

In order to make optimum use of the decisive advantage of a large format camera, i.e. its wide range of movements, you need lenses with a large image circle and first-class image reproduction quality right up to the edge of the image circle.

The most important camera movement is the parallel adjustment to eliminate or reduce converging verticals. Especially for architectural photographs or product shots it may be necessary to reduce convergence considerably. For this, the lens must have an image circle far beyond the size of the taking format. The following chart  shows the recommended adjustments for a focusing distance of infinity and a working aperture of f/22. For shorter distances (e. g. for product shots), the image circle diameter will increase so that even larger adjustments are required.

 

 

1

Lens

2

Recommended working aperture

3

Field angle at recommended working aperture

4

Image circle at 1:infinity.gif (60 bytes) at recommended working aperture, mm

 

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Apo-Sironar-N

Lens Recommended working aperture Field angle at recommended working aperture Image circle at recommended working aperture and focusing to infinity, mm

Shift limits in mm ( ver. | hor. ) at recommended working aperture and focusing to infinity

100 mm f/5,6

11-22

72

151

39 | 36

33 | 26

22 | 13

8 | 6

 

 

 

 

 

135 mm f/5,6

16-22

72

200

66 | 62

62 | 52

54 | 39

41 | 34

32 | 28

 

 

 

 

150 mm f/5,6

16-22

72

214

73 | 69

70 | 59

63 | 46

49 | 42

41 | 36

3 | 2

4 | 3

 

 

180 mm f/5,6

22-32

72

262

98 | 94

95 | 84

90 | 71

76 | 67

68 | 62

38 | 30

39 | 31

 

 

210 mm f/5,6

22-32

72

301

119 | 114

116 | 104

111 | 91

98 | 88

90 | 83

63 | 52

64 | 53

11 | 8

 

240 mm f/5,6

22-32

72

350

 

 

137 | 116

124 | 113

116 | 108

92 | 79

92 | 79

46 | 37

28 | 23

300 mm f/5,6

32-45

72

425

 

 

 

 

 

134 | 118

134 | 119

93 | 79

77 | 67

360 mm f/6,8

32-45

64

435

 

 

 

 

 

139 | 123

140 | 124

99 | 84

83 | 72


Apo-Sironar-S

Lens Recommended working aperture Field angle at recommended working aperture Image circle at recommended working aperture and focusing to infinity, mm

Shift limits in mm ( ver. | hor. ) at recommended working aperture and focusing to infinity

135 mm f/5,6

11-22

75

208

70 | 66

66 | 56

59 | 43

45 | 38

37 | 32

 

 

 

 

150 mm f/5,6

11-22

75

231

82 | 78

79 | 68

72 | 55

59 | 51

50 | 45

16 | 12

17 | 13

 

 

180 mm f/5,6

16-32

75

276

105 | 101

103 | 91

97 | 78

84 | 74

76 | 69

47 | 38

48 | 39

 

 

210 mm f/5,6

16-32

75

316

126 | 121

124 | 112

120 | 99

106 | 96

98 | 91

72 | 60

73 | 61

23 | 18

3 | 2

240 mm f/5,6

16-32

75

372

 

 

149 | 127

135 | 124

128 | 120

104 | 90

105 | 91

60 | 50

43 | 36

300 mm f/5,6

22-45

75

448

 

 

 

 

 

146 | 130

147 | 131

106 | 92

91 | 79

360 mm f/6,8

33-45

68

468

 

 

 

 

 

157 | 140

158 | 141

118 | 102

102 | 90


Apo-Grandagon

Lens Recommended working aperture Field angle at recommended working aperture Image circle at recommended working aperture and focusing to infinity, mm

Shift limits in mm ( ver. | hor. ) at recommended working aperture and focusing to infinity

35 mm f/4,5

8-11

120

125

24 | 22

20 | 15

1 | 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

45 mm f/4,5

8-11

110

131

28 | 25

24 | 19

4 | 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

55 mm f/4,5

8-11

110

163

46 | 42

40 | 32

30 | 19

16 | 13

7 | 5

 

 

 

 


Grandagon-N

Lens Recommended working aperture Field angle at recommended working aperture Image circle at recommended working aperture and focusing to infinity, mm

Shift limits in mm ( ver. | hor. ) at recommended working aperture and focusing to infinity

65 mm f/4,5

16-22

105

170

50 | 46

45 | 36

35 | 23

22 | 17

12 | 10

 

 

 

 

75 mm f/4,5

16-22

105

195

63 | 59

59 | 49

51 | 36

38 | 31

29 | 25

 

 

 

 

75 mm f/6,8

16-22

102

187

59 | 55

55 | 45

46 | 32

33 | 27

24 | 20

 

 

 

 

90 mm f/4,5

16-22

105

236

85 | 80

81 | 71

75 | 58

62 | 53

54 | 48

20 | 16

21 | 16

 

 

90 mm f/6,8

22-32

102

221

77 | 73

73 | 63

67 | 50

53 | 45

45 | 40

9 | 7

10 | 7

 

 

115 mm f/6,8

22-32

104

291

113 | 109

111 | 99

106 | 86

92 | 82

85 | 77

57 | 47

58 | 47

3 | 2

 

155 mm f/6,8

22-32

102

382

 

 

154 | 132

141 | 129

133 | 125

110 | 95

111 | 96

67 | 55

50 | 42


Apo-Ronar

Lens Recommended working aperture Field angle at recommended working aperture Image circle at recommended working aperture and focusing to infinity, mm

Shift limits in mm ( ver. | hor. ) at recommended working aperture and focusing to infinity

240 mm f/9,0

22

48

212

72 | 68

68 | 58

61 | 45

48 | 41

39 | 35

 

 

 

 

300 mm f/9,0

22

48

264

99 | 95

96 | 85

91 | 72

78 | 68

70 | 63

40 | 32

40 | 32

 

 

360 mm f/9,0

22-32

48

318

127 | 122

125 | 113

120 | 100

107 | 96

99 | 92

73 | 61

74 | 62

24 | 19

4 | 3

480 mm f/9,0

22-32

48

396

 

 

162 | 139

148 | 137

141 | 132

118 | 103

118 | 104

75 | 63

59 | 50

480 mm f/11,0

22-32

48

396

 

 

162 | 139

148 | 137

141 | 132

118 | 103

118 | 104

75 | 63

59 | 50


Apo-Macro-Sironar

Lens Recommended working aperture Field angle at recommended working aperture Image circle at recommended working aperture and focusing to infinity, mm

Shift limits in mm ( ver. | hor. ) at recommended working aperture and focusing to infinity

120 mm f/5,6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

scale 1:5

8-11

70

201

85 | 85

76 | 71

69 | 69

67 | 63

64 | 56

55 | 35

42 | 35

33 | 29

 

scale 1:1

8-11

60

277

123 | 123

115 | 109

108 | 108

106 | 101

104 | 95

98 | 79

85 | 75

77 | 70

 

scale 2:1

8-11

55

374

172 | 172

146 | 158

157 | 157

156 | 151

155 | 145

150 | 128

137 | 126

129 | 121

 

180 mm f/5,6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

scale 1:5

16-22

70

302

119 | 114

116 | 104

112 | 91

98 | 88

90 | 83

63 | 52

64 | 53

11 | 9

 

scale 1:1

16-22

60

415

177 | 171

174 | 161

171 | 148

158 | 146

150 | 142

128 | 113

129 | 113

87 | 73

70 | 61

scale 2:1

16-22

55

562

250 | 245

249 | 235

247 | 222

233 | 220

226 | 216

206 | 188

207 | 189

170 | 152

155 | 141

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