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    25" Dallmeyer Rapid Rectilinear... Dallmeyer 3a (although it only covers at portrait distance on 11x14)... 22" Jamin- Darlot cone centralisateur...sweet!... 17x20 Versar... 14.5" Verito ... 16.5" Dagor (older, uncoated, American model)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanking View Post
    ...Just curious why you don't care for the 355 G-Claron?...
    Sandy,

    The 355/9 G-Claron does indeed cover with more movements than I need, and is also a sharper lens than necessary for my uses. It also has good local contrast. The weak point of the G-Claron however (IMO, of course) is its bokeh, which I find very harsh, unrefined, and distracting. This would not be a problem for most ULF users, however I make the vast majority of my images open wide. Consquently bokeh becomes a fairly major consideration for me.

    jason

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    I use a Nikon 450, a 305 Computar and a 305 Claron. The Claron gets little use now that I have the computar. the only focal length I feel I need is a 600mm, I think a Fuji would do nicely.

    Mike
    'To the complaint, 'There are no people in these photographs,' I respond, 'There are always two people: the photographer and the viewer.'

    Ansel Adams

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