<p>Hi I also like this lens much for portraits, mine is at f 5.5 a bit soft but at f 8 it gets sharp and at f 16 its deadly sharp!<br>
So its the...
<p>If I would consider a 65 mm lens it would be the f 4 Nikkor 65mm and not anything else!<br>
Sometimes its important to get the best...
<p>If its exaxtly like the Horseman HF which is the pre Fa then not!<br>
It need a 40.5mm Filtertread in the front!</p>
<p>Why are you not using 400 ASA Film for example Kodak TMY 400 gives very sharp and even better shadow details and 2 more f stops!<br>
<p>Switch to apple and smile forewer!</p>
<p>My 2 cts. Armin</p>
At my FLICKR page you can see some different SF lenses also the Universal Heliar:<br>
<p>I vote for a 75 mm I also had as my first lens a 135mm for 3-4 years only my second was the f 4,5 75mm Nikkor and still use it more then my...
<p>For XTOL 1:1 would be a good starter time at around 8 min -10 min!</p>
The rear diameter of the 300mm is 80mm and thad of the APO Symmar 360 is 90 mm in diameter!</p>
<p>Hope it helps, Armin</p>
<p>I have a 250 mm f 3,5 Tessar from Zeiss Jena and a f 4,5 300 mm from the same faktory!</p>
<p>They are quite sharp in the middle full...
<p>LF with film is on the long run saver, no virus can kill your pos or neg so fast as any virus.<br>
Booth worlds have there pros and cons and I...
I know the only right answer;--))))
I recommand a Sinar because its the only camera with a modern behind the lens shutter, so you can use any...
No you really need a Sinar cable release!
The Rodenstock is an 80° lens and has a stated diameter of 352 mm covering power and this is can be expanded with stoping
down more then f 22!...
Start to use the Fuji's Quickload and we will have them a bit longer!
I still have some Kodak in the freezer, which I will use the next 3-4...
And yes its a cult lens and get better und better prices on ebay!!!!
I would take the Nikkor because it does not get schneideritis!
I worked for 3 years als aero photog in Switzerland with a Linhof Aerotronica 6x9 cm my most used shutter speed on this
cam was 1/800...
For the very soft portraits he used a Struss lens. Karl Struss was also photographer and later
also a very famous movie camera man!
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