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    FS: assorted lrg format lenses: Schneider angulon 90/zeiss 150mm/ kodak 6 3/8 lenses

    Schneider angulon 90mm f6.8 in compur rapid shutter: $100 obo
    comes with retaining ring... shutter speeds sound reasonably accurate glass is clean with no haze or fungus

    Zeiss ikon tessar 150mm f4.5 in compur shutter: $100 obo

    I have no idea about this lens and nothing came up on a google search about it's quality but... ... couldn't find any stats about it.. but it seemed good.... I only used once... rear element has a very very small bubble on it from when it was manufactured... shutter speeds sound reasonably accurate/ glass is clean other than the bubble that i mentioned... also comes with retaining ring... (picture below was taken with this lens and a burke and james press)


    the flagship hotel by Heespharm, on Flickr

    kodak 6 and 3/8 inch anastigmat lens f4.5 in No.3 supermatic graphic shutter: $75
    Glass is clean and shutter sounds accurate and was recently cleaned at a local camera store... glass has very light cleaning marks but is pretty clean... light dust inside lens... no retaining ring

    USA only paypal only


    IMG_1353 by Heespharm, on Flickr

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    Angulon is sold!

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    The 150mm Tessar is one of the most common pre WWII 9x12 camera lenses, that's the redesigned 30's version in a Compur 1 shutter. Should be similar to a 150mm uncoated Xenar in terms of image quality so very capable.

    It's designed to give best sharpness at f22 but is reasonable at f16, wider they are great for portraits etc but get softer as they are opened up at the edges/corners. I use a coated 1954/5 version. The shutter is over engineered and should be OK, it's more reliable than a modern Copal 1 and interchangeable

    I've far too many lenses around this length but the Tessar & Kodak are steals at those prices, just for the shutters alone

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    Tessar sold

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    Thanks for the info... I'll pass it along to the buyer


    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    The 150mm Tessar is one of the most common pre WWII 9x12 camera lenses, that's the redesigned 30's version in a Compur 1 shutter. Should be similar to a 150mm uncoated Xenar in terms of image quality so very capable.

    It's designed to give best sharpness at f22 but is reasonable at f16, wider they are great for portraits etc but get softer as they are opened up at the edges/corners. I use a coated 1954/5 version. The shutter is over engineered and should be OK, it's more reliable than a modern Copal 1 and interchangeable

    I've far too many lenses around this length but the Tessar & Kodak are steals at those prices, just for the shutters alone



 

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