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Collectable rodenstock brass lens

Collectable rodenstock brass lens

Nice glass with a little internal dust and a faint cleaning mark or 2. Blades are fast and snappy. Returns accepted. I will always leave a positive feedback after i received feedback from you. Repromaster mm F8 ULF lens.

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Delivery times may vary, especially during peak periods and will depend on when your payment clears Collectable rodenstock brass lens opens in a new window or tab. Learn More - opens in a new window or tab Any international postage is paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc. For current stock list please click here Listed below are a few items that we have previously sold. Uses film but produces 35mm size 24x23mm stereo pairs. Leica IIIf red-dial, delayed action 'Betriebsk. Minolta Vintage Cameras. Leitz 7. Other versions ; there is a long line of Retinas from the s all the lfns through the s. Please contact us if you have one for sale! Body c. Rare extreme wide-angle camera - only manufactured. Rouch Patent Portable Camera W. We have also sold serial numberbought from a vendor in Iowa! Factory records show this lens was delivered to Berlin on February Cylinder engine motorcycle twin under contract No. Eodenstock Compur Model Bdial-set, 50mm f3.

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  • This finely crafted camera features a selenium light meter, and uses an exposure value scale to make changes in equivalent settings quick and easy.
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Collectable rodenstock brass lens

Collectable rodenstock brass lens

Collectable rodenstock brass lens

Collectable rodenstock brass lens

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Click pictures for larger versions. A very compact 35mm folding camera with coupled rangefinder. The lens door opens up by gently pulling and moving the cover opposite of the small silver knob.

Here the lens has been extended and snapped into place. Along the top front of the camera we have the: reflective light meter, not shown is the diffusing screen for incident readings. The middle rectangle is the rangefinder window, and the viewfinder is on the right. As the Retina IIIC is a folding camera, it does have a leather bellows not shown just behind the lens. Notice the shutter speeds are facing up, which makes them easier to read when holding the camera for picture taking, and looking down to check or change your settings.

On the bottom we have the film advance lever on the left that cradles the film release button. The black hole in the middle is not a tripod socket, but a positioning pin for a flash bracket. The tab with the arrow indicates the direction in which you turn the assembly to expose the back cover latch; push in to release the back cover. The back of the camera is uncluttered, but proudly displays the Kodak Retina camera logo; the back of the top plate holds the viewfinder and film counter reset button, push in the direction of the arrow to begin resetting the frame number.

With the back cover opened we can see the metal film gate and sprocket wheel; however, the take-up spool appears to be black plastic. The back cover holds the film tensioner and pressure plate.

The cold shoe is for mounting a flash or other accessory; triggering a flash requires a cable to the shutter PC connection. Just below the frame counter we have the film release button that has an accidental release guard around it. This button also allows you to take a double exposure if desired. The large wheel on the right is for setting the exposure value from the light reading. All the lenses here screw on to the front of the shutter assembly, and use the same rear group to complete the optical formula.

Rodenstock Heligon and Schneider Kreuznach lenses are not interchangeable. Bad cell phone shot looking through the viewfinder.

The guidelines for each component lens is visible through the viewfinder, and each one has parallax correction marks; unfortunately, adding all these lines creates a busy and distracting viewfinder.

The lines are actually a fine light gold, not thick and rainbow colored as you see here. The bright rangefinder patch is in the center but not too visible here because of the sun hitting the car. The front and back groups are each composed of three elements in two groups, and both have a serial number visible on the retaining ring. Internet chat suggests these serial numbers must match for the lens to work properly. The front element has a serial number located around the retaining ring; this number must match the rear lens group number.

The serial number for the lens is also located on the face of the shutter. The front lens group attaches to the brass threads on the right. This view is from the open back cover, and shows the rear group numbers match the front.

Make sure you ask a seller if the numbers match before making a purchasing decision. Here are a few samples for your viewing pleasure. New foliage grows after a fire.

Very sharp, even along the extreme sides. Kodak Portra Notice the busy background highlight blur. Fuji Velvia Scanned on a Nikon Coolscan ED. Good sharpness here in the central area with some veiling haze, and a bit soft as you go towards the sides. Heavy light fall-off. Light fall-off is still heavy in the corners. The viewfinder is bright, but has too many lines for the component lenses , and the rangefinder patch is easy to see.

The distance scale is silver over black and easy to see, however, the shutter speeds are black on a silver background, and are too small for people with less than ideal eyesight. The selenium light meter and exposure value system is really not useful for me.

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Microscopes and parts. Lenses to camera. You are bidding on. Rodenstock Munchen. Brass body lens. Apertures from 6,8 to Lens is in excellent condition. Please see pictures. Glasses are clean, no fungus. Aperture works great. The aperture ring turns as it should. Happy bidding!

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Collectable rodenstock brass lens