Yep! Those are the values that the DOF field scale shows. So it is apparent that manufacturers were using a larger CoC back then, compared to the modern "standard" of .03mm. I would assume this was related to the grain size and sharpness of the film that was available at the time.
Originally Posted by Ian C
This appears to have been the standard back then. I've checked a couple of my Oly 35's from the 1950's, and they show the same scales as the Kodak and Voightlander.
Thanks for the input, guys!