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    I have used a Wollensak WA Yellow Dot 6-1/2 in. to good advantage. Not a lot of movements, but a nice wide angle view. They come up on Fee-bay occasionally. In fact Dagor77 has one on today. A better, though not as wide a lens, is the 210 Schneider Angulon. I have raved about this lens in other threads. Fits nicely into a Copal 3 and is very sharp and not too heavy. I have used the older Angulon lenses for years in every format from 21mm to 210mm and have nothing but nice things to say.

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    Thank you to everyone who contributed an answer.


    I'm going to give the lens a whirl. I figure that I won't get a lot of movements; however, it should just barely cover. And the circle will only get bigger if I focus closer. However, rear movements will likely be my most used movements with this lens.

    One of the benifits that I see is that this is a lightweight lens for 8x10. Not as small and light as my 240 Fujinon A; however, it will fit well with my other small lightweight lenses. I still occasionally try to hike around with my 8x10.

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