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Schneider Kreuznach 150 mm f5.6 super symmar XL 105.

Schneider Kreuznach 150 mm f5.6 super symmar XL 105.

Regular price €2.990,00 EUR
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Schneider Kreuznach 150 mm f5.6 super symmar XL 105.

in near-mint condition. everything works perfectly. no fungus, haze, scratches or any other deficiencies.

the Compur shutter works perfectly as well (including the slow speed), with a max shutter speed of 1/500.

a very high-end wide-angle lens for your large-format camera. the extremely wide viewing angle of 105 degrees almost without distortion allowing for very extreme movements.

all the items seen in the photos will be included in the lot (they are all in mint condition as well).

The Schneider 150mm f/5.6 Super-Symmar XL Lens is a professional super wide angle lens for the 8x10 format, providing an angle of view on 8x10 similar to a 20mm lens in the 35mm format. This is the ideal lens for capturing tight interior spaces with an 8x10 camera. The Super-Symmar XL lenses are the world\'s first aspherical lens design for large format, producing incredible peak sharpness with excellent correction for distortion and small overall size. The lens' large image circle allows plenty of creative control for the photographer-in fact, it has the largest image circle of any 150mm large format lens. Beyond the coverage, the lens' large maximum aperture helps to ease the difficulty of focusing the camera in poor light.rnrnThe 150mm Super-Symmar XL's 105° angle of coverage permits a generous 44mm of all-direction shift on the 8x10 format, which is particularly beneficial when capturing a building from ground level. Used on smaller formats, there's likely no camera which could offer enough displacement of the standards to challenge the image circle. It can be mounted upon near view or field camera, thanks to its small 65mm diameter rear barrel which only extends 24.2mm behind the mount, allowing plenty of space between the rear of the barrel and the image plane for tilts and swings.


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