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    Quote Originally Posted by ongarine View Post
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    I have also the Trousse Aplanastigmatique n.7 with 2x No7, plus one each of No 8 and 9 for foci from 12 cm (4.75in) combined to 40 cm. (16in.) single cell, usefull for 4x5.
    Yes, I have one of those too...

    Haven't tried it yet, since it arrived here after the light went south for the winter.

    For the N.5 I have bought two of them to have one complete and in good order, but this happened often with casket sets because during years some components were losted or missed in action.
    So for all the owner of Busch's Unicum Aplanatsatz casket sets model C or similar I have to complete this or another, take note and send me a PM.
    In all the incomplete Aplanatsatz'es I have, there are no two with the same threads. Bugger.
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    Ole send me some photos with a rough measurements of threads of your incomplete Aplanatsatz so I will check and I will see if I will be lucky.
    If you need the same please let me know.

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    feeling stupid or ignorant...

    ..so please inlighten me on this:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MEWA:IT&ih=015

    what reason for the very high price? (1619$....)

    brand?
    coverage?


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    The only "special thing" I see with that one is that it's a 25 to 85cm instead of the more common 15 to 75cm.

    Apart from that, I have absolutely no idea why it went over the top!

    ... Especially compared to this one...
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ole View Post
    ... Especially compared to this one...
    eeh - I didn't see that one...

    I have to learn to search better!

    (on the other hand, I just got a nice casket from another place.. and not expensive either! )

    pictures as I get it...

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    zeiss?

    new casket set arrived today.

    Apparently a Carl Zeiss set as it is written on the box, but no markers name on the set it self.

    it sais: "reticlinear eccelsior" on the barrel.

    lenses: 15- 25 - 35 - 45 - 55 - 65 - 75

    anyone knows about this?

    And I have no idea how to mix the lenses....:rolleyes:

    but a nice looking set!
    and not too expensive.
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    It looks very much like one of the Vade-Mecum'y Aplanat Satz sets, like the one I showed in http://www.apug.org/forums/forum127/...tml#post551662

    Some files on the way to you.
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    well two more sets on their way...

    the one is called Haake & Albers with lenses from 25 to 75..

    the second is called Gross Meteor aplanat set with 7 lenses and teo distance lenses.. very good condition.

    Ole: is anything happening with the site?
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    The site has been on hold for quite a while while I've concentrated on getting good at my new job. A few months before that I was about ready, then hit the problem with no longer having the email address I used to register it with, so I couldn't get access to approve moving it. When I checked just now that seems to have been resolved, so I'll continue with building the site as soon as I get my PC back from repairs.

    Anyway, it's closer to launch than it's been in a long, long time!

    In the meanwhile, my collection continues to grow slowly.

    Here are some pictures of a Schulze & Billerbeck (often sold by and as Hugo Meyer) Euryplan Objektivsatz No. 2 für 9x12cm (borrowed from the seller):
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    Oh by the way: One of my incomplete sets is a "Meteor" too.

    They seem to have been made in great numbers by Ridenstock, and sold under a number of different "seller names". They are to all purposes identical with the Vade Mecum, and give similar focal lengths.

    One odd thing is that all the tables of focal lengths and apertures for combinations of these sets that I have seen so far are all identical, and all incorrect! The tables are made on the "basic formula" of 1/F = 1/F1 + 1/F2, without correction for the cell spacing. Same with the apertures - fno = F/d, without correction for the difference between physical aperture and entrance pupil. The differences aren't that great with the longer combinations, but with 15+25 the differnce is significant. Even the focal length is visibly different depending on whether or not you use the spacers.

    So that's one project: Using a good optical bench (AKA Carbon Infinity), I should be able to measure the location of the nodal points and thus come up with a corrected table of focal lengths and apertures for generic Vade Mecum/Meteor/Satzaplanat sets.
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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