Enlarger lens

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  1. fotch

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    Federal Octar® Anastigmat 135mm F:4.6 s/n 323-0 $10
    Made in the USA No retaining ring (about 33.5mm?) Metal front cap
    Appears to be good condition, never used by myself

    Schneider Kreuznach Componon 135mm F:5.6 s/n 8907540 $20
    Made in Germany Retaining Ring Incl. (about 25mm?) No caps
    Fair to Poor condition, some glass chipped, scratches, never used by myself, probably would give adequate image.

    Kodak Projection Anastigmat 105mm F:4.5 s/n none $20
    Made in USA Retaining Ring(about 39mm?) Metal front cap
    Appears to be in very good condition, never used by myself, based on Kodak enlarging lens that I use, my guess is that this is a very good lens.

    Vivitar 75mm F:3.5 s/n 84108 $5
    Made in Japan No retaining ring, no caps, standard Leica thread
    Good condition, Never used by myself

    Voss 75mm F:3.5 s/n 32055 $5
    Made in Japan No retaining ring, no caps, standard Leica thread
    Good condition, Never used by myself

    Shipping via USPS CONUS Priority Mail send zip code, will quote ship and then can use PayPal.USD
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    Hello- Is the Kodak lens still available? I would like it.
     
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    Yes, still available.
     
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    Do you know if I could easily work with the 645 format with a 105mm or is it too much?
     
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    Depends. On a tallish enlarger, like a 23c or 4x5, it will do all but the largest enlargements. Generally, the 105 handles up to 6x9, however, when working with a variety of negatives, I use one like this. Usually though, if I pop a 35mm into my enlarger, I then switch to a 50mm. The main advantage of a 75 or 80 would be for maximum size or a short column enlarger. YMMV
     
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