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    FS: Rodenstock 150mm + Fujinon W 150mm + Schneider 210mm

    Rodenstock 150mm f/5.6 Sironar-n in EX+ condition. No scratches, dent, fungus, dust. Accurate shutter speed. Perfect working order. Comes with a technika lens board. $399 shipped paypalled to lower 48 states.
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    Schneider 210mm f/5.6 symmar-s in Very good condition. No scratches, dent fungus, dust. Accurate shutter speed. Perfect working order. Comes with a technika style lens board. One side, Aperture number 8, 11, 16 is missing but no missing number on the other side. $229 shipped paypalled to lower 48 states.

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    Fujinon W 150mm f/6.3 in EX+ condition. No scratches, dent fungus, dust. Accurate shutter speed. Perfect working order. Comes with a technika style lens board. $210 shipped paypalled to lower 48 states.

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    Links doesn't work. Send me a pm for pics.

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    Rodenstock 150mm $369

    Schineider 210mm $209

    Fujinon 150mm $199




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    Forgive my ignorance can educate me a little, how significant of a difference is there between 210 mm lens, and 150mm lens?

    I know there's supposed to be more of a difference when you're using 35mm vs 4x5 when it comes to changes in the look of an image when changing focal lengths, and even if say a 150mm lens is similar to a 50mm lens, and a 210mm is similar to a 70mm lens, somehow it doesn't quite calculate that way or something?

    Basically trying to decide if getting a 210mm is the way to go when I already own a 150mm or if I should go straight to a 300mm (or very close to that) which is also something I want for landscapes more than portraits.

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    For the work I've seen of yours, Stone, I'd recommend a 210mm.
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    Stone, I now often carry a 210mm Symmar S(or a 203mm Ektar) as well as a 150mm and I find there's a significant difference. I had my 210 for some time before starting to use it but I've started to find it's a very useful FL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Forgive my ignorance can educate me a little, how significant of a difference is there between 210 mm lens, and 150mm lens?

    I know there's supposed to be more of a difference when you're using 35mm vs 4x5 when it comes to changes in the look of an image when changing focal lengths, and even if say a 150mm lens is similar to a 50mm lens, and a 210mm is similar to a 70mm lens, somehow it doesn't quite calculate that way or something?

    Basically trying to decide if getting a 210mm is the way to go when I already own a 150mm or if I should go straight to a 300mm (or very close to that) which is also something I want for landscapes more than portraits.

    Thanks


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    For portraits, I rather use a 210mm than a 300mm but that's just me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klainmeister View Post
    For the work I've seen of yours, Stone, I'd recommend a 210mm.
    Can you elaborate on this? I'm intrigued... Work here? Or on APUG? And my landscapes or nude models?


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