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  1. #41

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    Bruce, the 210 SS XL is just too pricey for me but, if I could afford one, I'd certainly have it.

    TFC, thank you for the suggestion. I'll research the Wolly.

    I've offered to buy Gary A.'s 210 Graphic-Kowa so I may have found my solution.

  2. #42

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    210mm Schneider Super Symmar HM will cover. It is rated to have 356mm IC, but it actually covers about 400mm. 210mm Apo Sironar W also covers but it has just about 356mm, not more. I had both but sold the Rodenstock as a result of smaller coverage. jim

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    210 SS XL is too head heavy, you really a sturdy camera to take that!

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    Have you considered the 210 6.8 schneider angulon (not the super angulon) as a possibility? These were made over a long time period with the more modern ones being coated. They are much smaller than the super angulon. I don't know how it would hold up for huge enlargements but the coverage would be adequate. The schneider website lists this lens as having 85 degree coverage and a 382mm image circle, probably a conservative interpretation of the image circle of this lens, but within that image circle, a later version of the lens might hold up to big enlargements. I have seen 210 angulons that appeared to be in shape going for 500.00 to 750.00. I haven't used the 210 angulon but I have the 90 and 120 angulon for the 4x5 format and 4x enlargements have been no problem.

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    I have the 210 fujinon w single coated and it covers with aplomb. It's my main lens for my 4x10 shen hao. I've also used a 180 schneider symmar convertible and that covers too although according to published data, it shouldn't...

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    This is very nearly a six year old thread. The OP must have settled on something by now.

    I've done this myself on a number of very old threads before I started checking the dates...


    RR

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Henry View Post
    I have the 210 fujinon w single coated and it covers with aplomb. It's my main lens for my 4x10 shen hao. I've also used a 180 schneider symmar convertible and that covers too although according to published data, it shouldn't...
    I'm interested. How does one identify this lens from all the others? I've heard of different versions: lettering inside; lettering outside, etc.

    I have the 250mm f6.7, which can easily be identified by it's somewhat smaller maximum aperture.

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    Neil, the 6.7/250 has inside lettering, and the coatings are straw-colored. The version of the 210 that covers 8x10 is has the same features. It takes 58mm filters, I don't believe the later versions use such a small filter.

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