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An excellent lens. Has a 190mm image circle at f22, which is enough coverage for 4×5.
Remarkable condition. Looks to have been hardly used and very well cared for.
Full lens specs are here: https://www.schneideroptics.com/info/vintage_lens_data/large_format_lenses/symmar-s/data/1,5,6-135mm.html
Has a Copal #0 shutter, so requires a lens board with a 34.6mm hole.
Lens and shutter. Suitable for a half plate (5×7) camera.
This shutter has just been professionally serviced. It is supplied with an extended six month warranty.
Xenar lens with c. 20 blade aperture control.
Focal length is approc 8 inches (200mm).
Image circle 173mm.
Full lens specification: https://www.schneideroptics.com/info/vintage_lens_data/large_format_lenses/xenar/data/5,6-150mm.html
This is an exceptionally rare lens. It was made at the Oberkochen plant in West Germany during a very short period in 1958. Less than 1,000 were made.
Linhof/Zeiss increased the price up on this Tessar when the Biogon/Planar/Sonnar were introduced along with it. Literature claims the new and improved Tessar incorporates Schott glass and a recomputed formula.
Image circle is 165mm and uses a 49mm screw-in filter.
Linhof Shutter is from a Symmar lens (made for Linnof) with a dual aperture scale of f45 to f5.6, whereas the lens elements require that a fully open shutter is a f4.5. Original shutter which is missing its internal mechanism is also supplied.
Large format lens with shutter.
Suitable for 4×5 and 5×7.
Large format lens. 180mm image circle.
Full lens specs are here:
Standard lens for 4×5 format. Fits Copal #0 lens board.
Image circle diameter at f/22: 173mm.
4 element , 3- component system.
This lens is a Sinar branded ‘Rodenstock Sironar-N’.
Has a 214mm image circle at f22.