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    Carl Zeiss Luminar/Synchro Compur for Linhof Technika

    Im selling a Zeiss Luminar 40 1:4.5 on a Synchro Compur shutter for Linhof Technika.

    Both lens and shutter are in perfect working condition.

    Im asking $320/250 plus shipping.

    Payment by PayPal.
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    Just curious, is this a wide angle or a close up lens?
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    It's a specialist macro lens.

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    Thank you Ian

    Ive attached the exact specifications:

    you have to know is that the numbers engraved on the aperture ring are not f-stops. They are exposure factors. On "15" you'll need 15x the exposure time of setting "1", independend of extension factors. But you still have to determine the correct exposure for setting "1"
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    It's also supposed to be one of the best macro lenses of it's type available, better than the equivalent Nikkor.

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    For anyone without a macro lens this represents very good value. I paid double that for my secondhand Schneider 120mm Makro a couple of years ago!
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