Kaiser Rodenstock 80mm f/4 Rodagon Enlarging Lens

Kaiser Rodenstock 80mm f/4 Rodagon Enlarging Lens

Kaiser Rodenstock 80mm f/4 Rodagon Enlarging Lens

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Kaiser Rodenstock 80mm f/4 Rodagon Enlarging Lens

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Product Highlights

  • M39-Mount Enlarging Lens
  • Maximum Film Format: 6 x 7cm
  • Aperture Range: f/4 to f/22
  • Scale Range: 2-10x
  • Illuminated f/Stop Scale
  • Click-Stop Diaphragm, Can Be De-Clicked
  • Preset Aperture Setting
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An ideal enlarging lens for film formats up to 6 x 7cm, the Rodenstock 80mm f/4 Rodagon from Kaiser is well-suited to general black & white and color enlarging applications, and can also be used as a high-resolution macro taking lens for film and digital cameras. A six element, six group optical design maintains even sharpness and illumination from edge to edge, the recommended working aperture is f/8, and its recommended scale range of 2x to 10x benefits making mini enlargements up to mural-sized prints. Additionally, for ease of use, the lens is fitted with an illuminated f/stop scale, a convenient preset aperture setting, and a click-stop diaphragm that can be de-clicked depending on preference.

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Kaiser Rodenstock 80mm f/4 Rodagon Enlarging Lens
  • Lens Cap
  • Hard Plastic Case
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Focal Length 80mm
    Aperture Range f/4 to f/22
    Maximum Film Format 6 x 7 cm
    Scale Range 2 - 10x
    Lens Construction 6 elements in 6 groups
    Front Filter Thread Size 40.5 mm (x 0.5)
    Flange Focal Length 74.5 mm
    Flange to Rear Edge 13.7 mm
    Mounting Thread 39 mm (26 tpi)
    Dimensions 2 x 1.75" / 50 x 44.5 mm
    Weight 6.7 oz / 190 g
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