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    Rolleipar?

    Hey guys,

    I know what a Rolleinar is. What is a Rolleipar?

    Todd

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    Older version of Rolleinar. It had three parts: Rolleipar x 2 and one Rolleiparkeil. You put one Rolleipar together with the Rolleiparkeil on the upper viewing lens and then a single Rolleipar on the lower (taking) lens.
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    OK.. sounds exactly like Rolleinar, except , like you said, and older version. Thanks.

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    Yes, as indicated an early version with the diopter and parallax-correcting prism as separate pieces.

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    No, the Rolleipar is the parallax compensating prism. also called Rolleiparkeil later. The close-up lenses are the Zeiss Proxars and the Rolleinars.
    J. Patric Dahlén



 

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