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    LENS = schneider-kreuznach 300mm/5.6 mc

    schneider-kreuznach 300mm/5.6 mc

    Hello. Can anyone tell me anything about this lens? I want to know its coverage in an 8 x 10 format.

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    This might help: LensCharts.pdf

    For older lenses, Schneider also maintain data on their vintage lens data page.
    Last edited by paul_c5x4; 02-13-2011 at 02:22 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    As it's Multicoated and a 300mm f5.6 it it's most likely a Symmar-S which covers 10x8 with ease.

    Symmars are excellent lenses.

    Ian

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    I just looked at the link the OP provided. It’s a Symar-S mounted in a Sinar board for use with a Sinar Digital Shutter. I don’t he can use it unless he has the Sinar shutter and related gear.

    Here is the link he provided.

    http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/List...x?id=354636836

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    Ouch... Expensive.

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    It's mounted on a DBM panel, allowing you to adjust aperture manually

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    you will need a sinar shutter to use it, though once you have it other lenses in the db shutter are generally cheaper



 

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