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RE: [Rollei] Mutar 0.7x
- Subject: RE: [Rollei] Mutar 0.7x
- From: "Kotsinadelis, Peter (Peter)" <peterk >
- Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 12:33:28 -0700
My results have always been very good. Do you own one of these and have
actually done this or is this something you are speculating on?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jerry Lehrer [mailto:jerryleh ]
> Sent: Monday, May 12, 2003 5:01 PM
> To: rollei us
> Subject: Re: [Rollei] Mutar 0.7x
> You are not misunderstanding Jerry, only on what he wrote:-)
> Enlarge those negatives to 10x10 inches and you will see
> what I mean.
> Of course, your standards may vary.
> "Kotsinadelis, Peter (Peter)" wrote:
> > Maybe I am reading this wrong,but why ONLY 5x5 prints?
> Cropping it will worked equially well?
> > What am I misunderstanding Jerry?
> > Peter K
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Jerry Lehrer [mailto:jerryleh ]
> > Sent: Monday, May 12, 2003 4:29 PM
> > To: rollei us
> > Subject: Re: [Rollei] Mutar 0.7x
> > Nick
> > Mutars are great! If you only make 5x5 inch prints, they have
> > no equal and are certainly cheaper than a Tele or Wide Rollei.
> > They work equally well (adequate) on any and all Rollei lenses.
> > No preference is shown for Tessar, Xenar, Planar or Xenotar.
> > You have to get the proper adapter rings.
> > Jerry
> > Nick Roberts wrote:
> > > Does anyone have an opinion about the 0.7x Mutar on
> > > either the f3.5 Planar or Xenotar? To me the greatest
> > > limitation of the Rollei TLRs is the fact that a
> > > standard lens isn't wide enough for much of my
> > > photography, and as I can't afford a Wide, my
> > > requirement is currently covered off ffairly
> > > adequately but with excessive bulk my either my Mamiya
> > > M645 or Pentacon 6. But I got to thinking that it
> > > might be much easier and more pleasant to just carry a
> > > Mutar - anbody used one? Happily? As a Zeiss
> > > accessory, how well does it work with the Xenotar? (I
> > > hesitate to ask if there's any difference between 5
> > > and 6 element lenses.....)
> > > It could be just the thing.
> > >
> > > Nick
> > >
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