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    Good to know that the 366 G Claron, 450Nikkor, and 600C will cover 14x17 as I have these lenses and currently constructing a camera. "Pinhole" is another option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew O'Neill View Post
    Good to know that the 366 G Claron, 450Nikkor, and 600C will cover 14x17 as I have these lenses and currently constructing a camera. "Pinhole" is another option.
    Andrew, you don't need any more glass! You are right the lens group you have is just fine. Mine are the 19' and 24' Artars and I do have the 610 Nikkor just for a big honkin' lens. Oh, my 16" Darlot will cover at portrait distances..... I think.

    Jim

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    The 210mm covers 12x20? Wow, that is good to know.

    Quote Originally Posted by coriana6jp View Post
    For ULF the only two true lenses currently being produced are the big buck Schneider XXLs one is 550mm and the other is 1100 if my memory is working correctly.

    I only use 12x20, like Michael. I use a Fuji 600C, a Fuji 450mm CMW (not the little 450mm C), and a Schneider 355mm G-Claron. I am lusting for a 210mm Schneider Super Symmar XL which covers 12x20 and some say up to 16x20, also am after a 30 inch or 35 inch RD Artar.

    Hope it helps.

    Gary

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    I've used the Super Symmar XL 210 a fair bit on an 8x20 and it is a stretch to get any movements, it vignettes easily. Don't know about a 12x20 but experience with the 8x20 indicates it would be barely possible, if at all.

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