Rodenstock 50mm f/4 HR Digaron-W Lens

Rodenstock 50mm f/4 HR Digaron-W Lens

Rodenstock 50mm f/4 HR Digaron-W Lens

B&H # RO504DWHRR MFR # R150140

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  • Includes Rollei #0 Electronic Shutter
  • Designed for Digital Backs
  • 40 x 54mm Max. Format Size
  • Extreme Color Correction
  • Wide Angle View
  • 84° Coverage
  • 90mm Image Circle
  • Uses 67mm Filters
  • Flange Length Avoids Interference
  • f/5.6 - 8 Ideal Working Aperture Range
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Rodenstock R150140 Overview

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The Rodenstock 50mm f/4 HR Digaron-W Lens is a wide angle 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 40 x 54mm maximum image area, and provides a view similar to that of a 32mm lens in the 35mm format.

This HR Digaron-W comes with a Rollei #0 Electronic Shutter that delivers precision exposure control with speeds ranging from 1/500 - 30 sec, plus B, and allows f/stop adjustments in as little as 1/10 increments. Aperture and shutter speed are controlled via a Rollei Lens Control unit (purchased separately).

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 digital-specific lenses such as this HR Digaron-W 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 HR Digaron-W, you can use digital backs with a pixel pitch as small as 5µ.

Despite this lens' shorter focal length, it provides adequate flange focal length extension and spacing between the rear of the barrel and the image receiving area to permit unrestricted use on nearly any camera which accepts a medium format digital back. Because it is designed for a view camera without an optical concession to clear a camera's mirror box (such as in an SLR camera's lens), this lens is commonly adapted to be used with DSLR cameras because of its remarkable resolution.

Extreme high resolution lens specifically for digital backs as large as 40 x 54mm
Produces extremely fine, uniform 90mm image circle
Flange-to-sensor distance and flange-to-rear-barrel length allow unrestricted use with most cameras
Appropriate for use with digital-specific large format systems and DSLR cameras as the image receiver
Wide angle view with 84° coverage
Apochromatic design to eliminate color fringing
Ideal working aperture range of f/5.6 - 8
Accepts 67mm threaded filters
Rear barrel diameter of 51mm
In the Box
Rodenstock 50mm f/4 HR Digaron-W Lens
  • Rollei #0 Electronic Shutter
  • 70mm Push-On Front Cap
  • 51mm Push-On Rear Cap
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Rodenstock R150140 Specs

    Focal Length 50 mm
    Aperture f/4.0 - 32
    Covering Power 84°
    Image Circle 90 mm @ f/11
    Shutter Rollei Electronic #0
    Shutter Speeds 1 / 500 to 30 second B, T
    Filter Thread Front: 67 mm
    Overall Length 3.87" (98.4  mm)
    Dimensions (DxL) 2.76 x 3.87" / 70 x 98.4 mm

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