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Rodenstock 45mm f/4.5 Apo-Sironar digital Lens USA

B&H # RO4545DAS Mfr # 150128
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Product Highlights
  • Includes Copal #0 Shutter
  • Designed for Digital Backs
  • 72 x 96mm Max. Recommended Size
  • Extreme Color Correction
  • Super Wide Angle View
  • 107° Coverage
  • 125mm Image Circle
  • Uses 67mm Filters
  • 60mm Rear Barrel
  • f/8-11 Ideal Working Aperture Range

The Rodenstock 45mm f/4.5 Apo-Sironar digital Lens is a wide angle large format lens specifically designed for use with digital backs, which require a smaller image circle with extreme resolution, color correction, and maximum performance at a large aperture. This lens is recommended for use with backs having a maximum image area of 72 x 96mm, capturing a view similar to that of a 16mm lens on a 35mm format camera. This Apo-Sironar digital is delivered in a standard type Copal #0 shutter.

In many cases, digital photography is superior to conventional photography if the desired end product is a printed image. To achieve this ideal, however, a much higher demand is made upon the image reproduction quality of the lens. This is because of a digital image chip's smaller area, which means finer details in a scene are squeezed into a smaller image recording area, as well as their sensitivity to color fringes.

But Rodenstock's digitally-specific lenses such as this Apo-Sironar digital provide image quality which allows the maximum capacity of a digital back to be realized. The lens utilizes every technological possibility to get as close as possible to the absolute limits of diffraction-determined resolution, even accounting for the properties and thickness of a CCD's protective glass. With the Apo-Sironar digital, you can use digital backs with a pixel pitch as small as 5µ.

This lens is recommended for use at apertures of f/8 - 11; you should primarily use your camera's movements to control the depth of field.

Extreme high resolution lens specifically for digital backs as large as 72 x 96mm
Produces extremely fine, uniform 125mm image circle
Wide angle view with 107° coverage
Apochromatic design to eliminate color fringing
Ideal working aperture range of f/8 - 11
Accepts 67mm threaded filters
Rear barrel diameter of 60mm
Standard type Copal #0 shutter
Focal Length 45 mm
Aperture Range f/4.5 - 22
Covering Power 107°
Image Circle 125 mm @ f/11
Shutter Copal #0
Shutter Speeds 1 / 500 to 1 second B, T
Filter Thread Front:67 mm
Overall Length 2.78" (70.5  mm)
Dimensions (DxL) Approx. 2.76 x 2.78" (70 x 70.5 mm)
Weight 12.35 oz (350 g)
Rodenstock 45mm f/4.5 Apo-Sironar digital Lens
  • Copal #0 Shutter
  • 70mm Push-On Front Cap
  • 60mm Push-On Rear Cap
  • Lifetime Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
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