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To calculate the HORIZONAL field of view in comparison to 35mm film: 65mm divided by 122mm (4x5's horizontal dimension) = .53. Multiply .53 times 36mm (35mm's horizontal dimension) = 19mm equivalent in 35mm format terms. You can do the same if you want to compare the diagonals and will get somewhat different results Forums > Equipment > Large Format > Schneider Super Angulon 65mm f/5.6 of f/8 Which to buy Discussion in ' Large Format ' started by Aoresteen , May 7, 2004 Angle of view is the most accurate way for comparing lenses and formats. The Focal Length Equivalent Chart is to aid us with a very simple comparison to a format that 99% of us have graduated from. The 35mm comparisons are very close. The angle of view was measured from the actual exposed aria of the negative whenever possible When looking for a lens for your monorail or field camera our used large format lenses are the way to go. At KEH, we stock the best large format lenses on the market. Shop all your favorite brands below: Rodenstock, Schneider, Nikkor, & Fujinon Lenses in Copal & Seiko shutters plus more Historically the 35mm format was sometimes called small format to distinguish it from the medium and large formats. APS-C is an image sensor format approximately equivalent in size to the film negatives of 25.1x16.7mm with an aspect ratio of 3:2

70 mm film (or 65 mm film) is a wide high-resolution film gauge for motion picture photography, with negative area nearly 3.5 times as large as the standard 35 mm motion picture film format. As used in cameras, the film is 65 mm (2.6 in) wide. For projection, the original 65 mm film is printed on 70 mm (2.8 in) film Large format lenses project an image onto larger negatives than medium format lenses or SLR lenses. This means that the image must be magnified fewer times to be enlarged. Less magnification means a reduction in the amount of grain that exists in the final image The 65mm f/4.5 lens is equivalent to the 35mm lens used with the 35mm camera and may be termed a standard short focus lens. A fairly straightforward lens visually, it is appreciated by professional photographers as a moderate wide-angle lens. Distortion of the subject perspective is minimal, its picture angle is sufficiently wide, it has a. The advantage of a 11 minutes-at-a-time (like a film magazine!) media card makes this camera shoulder-mount friendly as well: Oh, one more thing. The Alexa 65 has a frame rate range of 20-27 fps. This means, most likely, one will shoot 24 fps. More options are possible in future updates

65mm thru 90mm. 100mm thru 163mm. 180mm thru 270mm. 300mm and longer. Comments on my finding can be found here. Please note: Take care in comparing lenses. Some were tested from f/11 to f/22, while others were tested from f/16 to f/32, and still others from f/18 to f/32. 65mm thru 90mm Large format lenses are different from smaller formats in that the shutter will be installed in the lens between the front and rear elements. The shutters have a slide that lets you change the aperture from wide open down to usually f45 or f64 and also a ring that lets you adjust the shutter speed Although one must account for a crop factor to calculate the lens required in 65mm and large format cinematography to create an equivalent field of view to that of a lens in super 35 cinematography, one must not mistake that the optical design of a 50mm lens with 65mm coverage is identical to a Super35 50mm lens with a smaller image circle

Large format cameras, like the Panavision Millennium DXL, Sony F65, and ARRI LF series, capture images with significantly more detail. They create a clearer picture and a shallower depth of field. That means using a 50mm lens on a 65mm format camera produces a field of vision equivalent to 25mm lens on 35mm format Because of the use of a longer focal length to achieve the same angle of view (a 65mm lens on medium format vs. a 34mm lens on super 35), I got a shallower depth of field. The blur circle diameter of an out-of-focus object is almost two times larger on the GFX 100, so the background appears more out of focus 2021 has started with the official announcement of two new large-format cinema lenses: The FUJINON Premista zoom 19-45mm T2.9 and the Tokina Vista prime 65mm T1.5. Both of them are designed as industry workhorses and dedicated to cover large sensors. Check them out below. Tokina Vista prime 65mm T1.5 The Vista 65mm is the latest focal length in the series that includes a robust design that. Large-format cameras also have a significant impact on a filmmaker's use of lenses. For example, using a 50mm lens on a 65mm format camera produces a field of view roughly the equivalent of a. Pre-Owned. 5.0 out of 5 stars. 6 product ratings. - Nikon NIKKOR W 180mm f/5.6 Large Format Lens w/Lens board from Japan Excellent+5. C $240.39. Top Rated Seller. Top Rated Seller. Trending at C $295.95. Trending price is based on prices over last 90 days

I use a number of Large Format (LF) lenses on my Linhof Technika (6x9) and Arca-Swiss (6x9, 6x12, 4x5) cameras. I tend to favour long lenses for my line of LF photography. All lenses reviewed here covers up to 4x5 format, but movements often are restricted when some lenses are mounted on a 4x5 camera Large format lenses. Fujinon SWD is the wide-angle Fujinon line. These lenses are 8 elements in 6 groups, and have an angle of view of 105°. 65mm 1:5.6 (for 4×5 in) 75mm 1:5.6; 90mm 1:5.6 (for 5×7 in) Fujinon SW is a 6-element, 6-group line, with an angle of view of 100° The Nikkor-SW 90mm f/4.5 is both huge and excellent. I bought mine new in 1993. I found it too big to carry around along with my 65mm f/8 Super Angulon, so I replaced them both with a 75mm f/5.6 Super Angulon and sold this 90mm in 2004 for $1,025, used, in it's original box. Specifications. 82mm front filter thread. 8 elements

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In filmmaking, large format usually refers to film stock that is 65mm and 70mm (or digital equivalents). Large format camera characteristics: Larger and more expensive stock, cameras, and lenses (4x5, 5x7, 8x10 A 4x5 lens focal length ranges from 18 millimeters to 800 millimeters. What type of 4x5 lens are there? There is a variety of lenses available, depending first on the type of camera you are using, whether a large format, mirrorless, or a single-lens reflex camera (SLR). Youll also want to decide your desired focus type and focal length type An integral part of the ALEXA 65 system is a range of exclusive 65 mm prime lens series specifically designed to cover the full image area of the sensor and do justice to the exceptional levels of detail it is capable of capturing. Through collaborations with cinematographers, ARRI Rental's range of full-coverage 65 mm lenses is continually. The ultra-sharp 65mm F2 DG DN | Contemporary can capture extremely fine detail even wide open at its maximum aperture of F2, and produces large and round bokeh. Furthermore, its all-metal body, which is a feature across all I series lenses, and the design with great care paid on the touch and even how delightful the sound made during operation.

Lens Description: The Horseman 65mm f/4.5 Grandagon-N Lens is a Rodenstock 65mm f/4.5 Grandagon-N with a standard Copal #0 shutter, but built into a Horseman-specific helical focusing mount and barrel assembly made to fit upon their SW612/SW612 Professional medium format cameras. Used with a 6x12 film back, this lens produces a moderately wide 81° x 47° field of view, and upon the 612. 65mm cinematography continues to build on its long tradition founded on the impressive negative size and the large-format anamorphic glass that were used to create that epic look. Vantage understands how important those initial 65mm anamorphic lenses were to film history, and our latest state-of-the-art lens systems are built to surpass those. you won't have much movement with the f8 version of this lens with the 4x5 format. For roll film formats, like 6x7 or 6x9, it should be a great choice. For the 4x5 format the f5.6 version of the Schneider 65mm SA would be a much better choice. I don't have any experience with the Fuji 65mm f8 SW

Medium Format Lenses with the Pentacon Six Mount A comparative test by TRA. The wide angle lenses (3) 55-65mm [C373-0A] The wide-angle lenses, from L to R: 40mm Distagon, 50mm Flektogon, 40mm Curtagon, 65mm Flektogon, 45mm Mir 26, 65mm Mir, 60mm Curtagon. 55mm. Since completing the original tests in Hitchin Town Square I have been able to test. Table 1. Fujinon Large Format Lens Serial Number Data . Definitions: Let's start by defining the column headings and the meaning of the entries in the table. Focal Length: Pretty self-explanatory. Fujinon large format lenses have been manufactured in the following focal lengths: 65mm, 75mm, 90mm, 105mm, 120mm, 125mm, 135mm, 150mm, 180mm, 210mm, 240mm, 250mm, 300mm, 360mm, 400mm, 420mm, 450mm. A 90mm and 75mm are noticeably different (probably similar to 21mm and 28mm). The difference between a 65mm and 75mm is pretty slim. Movements are not as big a deal with wide angles as they are with longer lenses. The dof is larger and being wa they generally require less rise, fall and shift. * and prefer the 50mm because I like to shoot wide. Both lenses are good but the 50mm is of an older design, compared to the 65KL. Both lenses make good quality negatives. It is a matter of preference. For wide 50mm, for street type photography the 65mm is good The Mitakon 65mm f/1.4 is a very good lens. For a medium format lens it is even very very cheap. For $800 you get really nice build quality, a native mount, bokeh and shallow DOF like mad. The lens is sharp and nice to use in almost all every day situations as well as portraits

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  1. lenses deliver high contrast and resolution, reduced flare and excellent color rendition, thanks to Nikon Super Integrated Coating and strict control of aberrations. SW-series lenses with a maximum aperture of f/8 are compact and well compensated for distortion. 65 mm f/4 S 75 mm f/4.5 S Nikkor-SW 65mm f/4S Nikkor-SW 75mm f/4.5S Focal length.
  2. Zenza Bronica Zenzanon-PS 65mm F/4 Wide-angle prime lens • Film era • Discontinued. Medium format is a film format or image sensor format larger than 36x24mm (35mm) but smaller than 4x5in (large format). Angle of view. Angle of view describes the angular extent of a given scene that is imaged by a camera. It is used interchangeably with.
  3. Designed for the 65mm film format, Panavision System 65 lenses deliver the established classic look to modern day, large format cameras. System 65 lenses offer a warm, contouring look that creates pleasing flesh tones. With organic focus roll off and rounded bokeh, the System 65 lenses offer high resolution without compromising on.
  4. iS4/i prime lenses. Aperture. Cooke Anamorphic /i primes lenses have a true T2.3 aperture and cover Super 35mm format, except the 65mm MACRO which has a T2.6 aperture, the 180mm has a T2.8 & the 300mm has a T3.5 apeture. Index Marks. Every index mark is.
  5. Fuji made numerous, large format lenses in 19 different focal lengths over the years, from 65mm super-wide-angle to 1200mm super-telephoto -- quite a spread. You can find a lens for pretty much any situation. If you're a wedding photographer you need to have wide and macro lenses to capture the perfect images

Seller Notes: This Schneider-Kreuznach Super Angulon 65mm f/8 large format wide angle lens comes with both caps and in a Synchro-Compur shutter. There are a couple of scuff marks on the exterior of the shutter and on the barrel's exterior. All settings adjustments are smooth, and all shutter speeds sound correct Lens Description: The Rodenstock 65mm f/4.5 Grandagon-N Lens is a professional wide angle lens for the 4x5 format, providing an angle of view on 4x5 which is similar to a 17mm lens in the 35mm format. The Grandagon-N series is an 8-element, highly-corrected optical formula known for great contrast and distortion correction.rnrnThe 105° angle of coverage permits a generous 10mm of all. This item is rated in Good condition. That means that this item is between 75-89% of original condition. This item has been tested as fully operational and includes only what is photographed in the listing. The photographs are of the actual item for sale The Canon MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1-5x Manual Focus Macro Lens with Tripod Mount Ring is a unique manual-focus lens designed exclusively for macro shooting, between life-size (1x) and 5x life-size at its maximum magnification, you can fill a 35mm frame with a grain of rice

70 mm film (or 65 mm film) is a wide high-resolution film gauge for motion picture photography, with negative area nearly 3.5 times as large as the standard 35 mm motion picture film format. As used in cameras, the film is 65 mm (2.6 in) wide. For projection, the original 65 mm film is printed on 70 mm (2.8 in) film The MFT-mount Tokina 65mm T1.5 Cinema Vista Prime Lens provides an image circle that covers Micro Four Thirds sensors and is designed to provide sharp images even when recording images at 8K resolution. It features a fast maximum T-stop of 1.5 that is perfect for shooting in low-light situations or creating exceedingly shallow depth of field looks The large image circle of the Tokina Cinema Vista 65mm T/1.5 enables it to be used on most cinema cameras and sensor sizes. This telephoto focal length can produce natural looking results, which can be quite flattering for the subject, while the wider aperture can also help to create beautiful looking background blur and isolate the subject more effectively

Large Format Lenses: specs . Compiled by Michael Gudzinowicz for the Large Format Page. The lenses are in Copal shutters, with perhaps 2 or 3 exceptions. Under YR, #1 is a copy of a page of an equipment guide published in the mid 70's which gives list prices. The exact reference has been lost, and a xerox copy was used since some. As with other lenses from Zhongyi Optics, the 65mm f/1.4 is solidly built from heavy materials. Its 11 elements of glass are enclosed within a metal body that together weigh in at just over one. LARGE FORMAT LENSES INTRODUCTION LARGE FORMAT LENSES Angulon series. Almost every lens in this group has an angle of coverage of either 100° or 105° and focal lengths ranging from 65mm to 210mm. All of these lenses are considered wide-angle, and each focal length is designed for a specific format. The 65mm lens i Jan 30, 2019 - Schneider-Kreuznach Super-Angulon 65mm f/5.6 large format lens specs. The range of Schneider Super-Angulon lenses cover image formats up to 10×12 Lens Test Chart / Reticle anamorphic 65mm f. projector P-TP7 Lens Test Chart / Reticle anamorphic 65mm for projector P-TP7II, P-TP7 and P-TPCXPL for visual inspection of anamorphic lenses for Cine and Single Chip sensors, with Siemensstars, line pairs and format markings, anti-twist safeguard

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Large-Format Lens Specifications. The following list of view camera lenses was prepared to compare older lenses which may be available on the used market. There are numerous blank values in the table for which no data was available. For recent designs and prices, contact the major manufacturers. The prices were those given in the source lists. Bronica 6x7 Medium Format Camera with 65mm f4, 100mm f3.5 and 150mm f4 Lenses plus Accessories. Along with the 3 lenses this kit includes: waist-level finder, prism finder, camera grip, shutter-release cable, camera strap, 1 UV filter, front and end lens caps, 2 original Bronica lens cases. Camera is in excellent con

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Horseman 65mm F7 Super Topcor Large Format Lens Used Condition: EX $ 249.99; Add to cart Mamiya RB 150mm F4 SF C Medium Format Soft Focus Lens with 3 Disc Inserts Used Condition: VG $ 199.99; Add to cart Pentax 6X7 55mm F3.5 SMC Takumar Manual Focus Medium Format Wide Angle Lens Used Condition: AVG $ 199.99; Add to car Cloudy Nights Large Format such a wide piece of film (large format lenses are designed to cover more than the film in order to accomodate swings and shifts) and are often $1k+ for a single normal lens. In addition the lenses are SLOW, with f4 being the fastest large format lens currently available (Nikon 65mm). Since the camera I began to play around with the bodies of old folding cameras like the Voigtlander Bessa 6X9 coupled with large format lenses like the Schneider-Kreuznacht 65mm f8 Super-Angulon; building hybrid Frankencameras. Forgotten. Kraken 612 with Schneider-Kreuznacht 65mm f8 Super-Angulon. About this time, I began corresponding with Nick Lyle on. I found this lens entirely by chance during a trip in Paris, in a shop where I originally went to search a recessed lens board for another wide-angle lens (65mm) I wanted to use with my large format Horseman camera. I didn't need the Mamiya 65mm lens for my RZ, but, because of the relatively low price, I was tempted to try it

A brand new lens board for use with Linhof Technika cameras. Also fits the brand new Intrepid cameras, which require a Technika size lens board. The lens board is 96mm x 98mm. Various size boards are available: Copal 0 (34.6mm), Copal 1 (41.6mm), Compur 2 (52.5mm), Copal 3 (65mm). Venus Optics just released their Laowa 65mm f/2.8 2x Ultra-Macro APO APS-C lens for Nikon Z-mount:. Laowa 65mm f/2.8 is optimized for mirrorless cameras with APS-C format. As the only macro lens in the market that is capable of producing 2X life-size images, the lens allows photographers to use it for a wide range of subjects

In 8x10 format, the normal focal length is about double of 4x5, or 300mm to 360mm. Wide angle lenses The 90mm lens is the most popular and versatile 4x5 wide angle lens, useful for a wide range of subjects from capturing vast landscapes, and both architectural and table top subjects A 450mm normal lens will need 450mm of bellows extension to focus at infinity. Telephoto lens in large format don't refer to just a long focal length, they refer to the fact that a lens can be focussed at infinity at a shorter bellows length. E.g. The 500mm Nikkor Telephoto lens can be focussed at infinity with 350mm of bellows

Large Format Lenses (Nikon UK) Catalog of Nikon Large Format lenses (in Japanese, sorry) FILM. You use the same film (Tri-X, Velvia, etc.) that you use in any other format. Usually you load each sheet by hand into a special film holder in a darkroom as it has been done for a hundred years It is a Tessar type lens in a Copal #3 shutter -- like the other Fujinar-SC lenses -- but there never was a 300mm lens designated Fujinar-SC, for some reason. Because it was a Tessar lens, it was different in design from the Fujinon W series lenses, and it probably was the first large format lens made by Fuji to carry the FUJINON label Please make sure to check out the theoretical background and the better quality vimeo version at:https://www.manuelluebbers.com/large-format-look-alexa-65-vs..

A 75mm 645 medium format camera lens on a full frame camera (if you can fit it) has the same FOV as a 120mm lens ON a medium format camera, but the SAME FOV as any other 75 mm lens on the full frame camera. Put the 75mm lens back on the 645 camera, and the FOV is now the same as that given by a ~40mm lens on the full frame camera If you're shooting a large format camera, (4×5), 150mm will be your normal lens. There is something called a crop factor. Basically, this is a number that will translate that medium format lens to what a 35mm camera lens would be. For example, a 6×6 camera has a crop factor of .55. So, if you multiply an 80mm lens by .55, you'll get. Schneider Super-Angulon 65mm f/5.6 MC large format lens 5x4 Copal 0 4x5. £395.00. Click & Collect. £8.70 postage 【TOP MINT】Mamiya Z 65mm f/4 W For RZ67 II D Lens From JAPAN. £439.99. Free postage 【EXC+++++】Mamiya Sekor Z 65mm f/4 Wide Angle Lens For RZ67 Pro II IID From JAPAN 【NEAR MINT】 Nikon NIKKOR SW 65mm f/4 S Horseman Large Format Copal 0 JAPAN #75/Total Condition 【NEAR MINT】/ Serial Number: 700069 /Appearance: Appearance is beautiful. It shows signs of use.*Please check the photos. Optics: Very beautiful condition. There is no fungus. There is a little haze in the rear lens

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  2. 65mm Cameras Panavision 65mm cameras use a 5-perforation pull-down, 65mm film, and many of the same accessories as our 35mm cameras. The 65mm format uses the maximum negative area for highest possible widescreen image capture quality. 65MM Panaflex System 65 Studio Camera - 65SPFX Panavision introduced the Panaflex® System 65 camera in 1991 as an update to their earlie
  3. Rodenstock Grandagon N 65mm f/4.5 Large Format user reviews : 4.9 out of 5 - 3 reviews - photographyreview.co
  4. All lenses have filter threads and screw locking aperture and focus rings. The ML-6540-62M35 65mm x0.4 magnification lens for up to 62.5mm format sensors with 130lp/mm resolving power for 4.5µm pixel siz
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Nikkor SW Series lenses are extreme wide angles rang- ing from 65mm to 150mrn Coverage is 105 degrees at 6 (f22 with 90mrn, 120mm and 150mrn f8 lenses) with maximum apertures as wide as f4 This combination of wide angle coverage and high speed means that focusing and composing on the groundglass is now fast, easy and accurate as compared to. The result is the possibility of ideal lens designs, which Mamiya s computer-aided optical R&D department crafts with the utmost pride and unsurpassed precision of any medium format system. The Mamiya 65mm f/4.0 is a true wide angle design with distortion-free performance that produces results virtually indistinguishable from standard focal. 65mm film cameras have traditionally been large, heavy beasts that keep chiropractors in business. The 70mm camera package used on Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk weighed over 40kg ( almost three times the weight of most ARRI Alexa rigs), but the Magellan weighs less than 12kg (26lbs) in a ready to shoot configuration including lens, film (500ft magazine) and battery Laowa 65mm f/2.8 2x Ultra-Macro APO. Laowa 65mm f/2.8 is optimized for mirrorless cameras with APS-C format. As the only macro lens in the market that is capable of producing 2X life-size images, the lens allows photographers to use it for a wide range of subjects I'm tinkering with the idea of building my own kind-of-large format camera (i.e. 6x12) and a lens that has caught my eye is the 65mm f/4 Nikkor SW. As per this spec sheet its image circle at maximum aperture is 110mm, i.e. 20mm shy of actually covering a 56x118mm frame. Stopping down, it..

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  1. With this format divide focal length by 2. So 65mm is 32mm and 50mm is 25mm. But the 6x7 format has a squarer look, so a 50mm will not look as wide as a 25mm in 35mm format
  2. The Fuji GSW690 III is a medium format film camera with a fixed, wide angle 65mm F/5.6 lens. The Camera takes 120 film, which is still widely available today, and developing is the same as 35mm film, so your local camera shop should be able to handle all your 120 needs
  3. Near Mint Mamiya 7II Black 6x7 Medium Format Camera N 80mm F/4 L Lens From Japan. $4,199.99. 【N MINT+++】Mamiya 7 Medium Format Rangefinder Camera N 65mm f/4 L From JAPAN. $3,499.99. [Top MINT] Mamiya 7ii Medium Format Film Camera N 65mm f4 L With Lens Hood JAPAN. $5,299.99
  4. ARRI Rental's exclusive ALEXA 65 system offers the biggest canvas for high-end motion pictures, television productions, and commercials. The system comprises a 65 mm digital cinema camera, custom-designed prime and zoom lenses, and fast, efficient workflow tools. ALEXA 65 represents the pinnacle and flagship of the ALEXA camera platform

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The XCD 65mm F2.8 is a standard nifty-fifty prime lens for the Hasselblad X digital medium-format camera system. Is this lens well-suited to life inside and outside of the studio? Find out now by reading our in-depth Hasselblad XCD 65mm F2.8 review, complete with full-size sample photos Large Format Lens Specifications This table is sorted by coverage within lens length. Those lenses with the most coverage occur first. Lens coverage needed (without shifts & tilts) for each format is approximately... 4 x 5 needs about 160 mm of coverage. 5 x 7 needs about 210 mm of coverage. 8 x10 needs about 310 mm of coverage The Laowa 65mm F2.8 Ultra Macro 2x is a fully mechanical lens. It has a wide focusing ring with a very long focusing stroke, from infinity to 2:1. There is a smooth-running aperture ring with openings from F2.8 to F22 and a small depth of field scale. This mostly shows how small the expected sharp area is at a certain aperture ARRI Unleashes Digital 65mm 5-perf Large Format Monster ALEXA 65 Ogy Stoilov September 21, 2014 Blog 2 Comments Recently ARRI unlocked the 3.2K acquisition on the Alexa, and now they are at the forefront of high resolutions with their latest announcement Nikkor Large-format lenses . The history of large-format lenses for photography, made by Nikon Corporation, goes back to 1929, when a batch of lenses for aerial photography were made. Since then Nikon produced many lenses for cameras using films in other formats than the 35 mm. cinefilm

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Tokina announced a new Cinema Vista 65mm T1.5 lens available for multiple mounts: Focal Length 65mm Lens Mount ARRI PL, EF, MFT, Sony E, and ARRI LPL mounts Format Large Format Image Circle 45.6 mm Maximum T-Stop T1.5 Minimum T-Stop T22 Minimum Focus Distance From Image Plane: 2.3′ / 69 cm Optical Design 14 Elements in 13 Groups [ Each of the lenses needs to get mounted into a Linhof/Wista style lens board to allow mounting to the camera. To get a rough idea of how large format lenses compare to 35mm, divide the LF lens focal length by 3. Here are lenses that I currently use: Schneider Super Angulon 65mm f/5.6. Equivalent to about 22mm in 35mm terms

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  1. The Vazen 65mm T2 1.8x Anamorphic lens is now available, with a price of $3,250 and a $400 discount offered to any existing owners of the previous Vazen 28 and 40mm. The new VZ (Vazen) 65mm t/2 Anamorphic prime is, according to the company, the world's first 1.8x anamorphic prime designed for Micro Four Thirds cameras with 4:3 sensors
  2. Leica 65mm f3.5 Elmar Chrome + Box. Nice lens with some small scratches on the rear element. Learn More. €400.00. A/B. View Details
  3. THE WEB'S MOST COMPLETE FUJINON LARGE FORMAT LENS LIST AND MUCH MORE! Since you are viewing this page, you are probably aware of the many great lines of large-format lenses that Fuji made -- and unfortunately no longer make! But on the other hand, maybe you are new to Fuji's lenses and want to find out more
  4. Roll film formats for large format requireshorter focal lenght lenses. With focal lenghts of 35, 45 and 55 mm, photography in close spaces on roll film or up to a format of 4x5 becomes dymanic enjoyment. Both lenses give you the freedom to find new and appealing views in product photography
  5. Lenses designed for use on 35mm SLRs may be usable on bellows or extension tubes on a medium format camera, as at the greater distance from the film the projected image may be large enough to cover the frame fully. (Think of projecting a slide onto a screen

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Schneider Super-Angulon 65mm f/5.6 MC large format lens 5x4 Copal 0 4x5. £395.00. Click & Collect. £8.70 postage 【TOP MINT】Mamiya Z 65mm f/4 W For RZ67 II D Lens From JAPAN. £439.99. Free postage 【EXC+++++】Mamiya Sekor Z 65mm f/4 Wide Angle Lens For RZ67 Pro II IID From JAPAN What is the difference between Venus Laowa 25mm f/2.8 2.5-5X Ultra Macro and Canon MP-E 65mm F/2.8 1-5x Macro Photo? Find out which is better and their overall performance in the Canon camera lens ranking

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Large Image Circle. With a huge ⌀65mm image circle, the lens not only works with the full-frame format but also covers the medium format sensors. This makes it currently the World's Widest lens covering Fujifilm GFX sensor with no vignetting Secondly, this lens when shot on the larger full-frame medium format back is unique in terms of what it is. The full-frame equivalent of this lens would be somewhat similar to a 65mm f/1.4 lens.

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