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Horseman Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-N 105mm f/4.0 Lens for VCC Pro by Horseman

Horseman Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-N 105mm f/4.0 Lens for VCC Pro by Horseman

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Horseman Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-N 105mm f/4.0 Lens for VCC Pro by Horseman

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Product Highlights

  • Apochromatic Color Corrected Design
  • 8 Lens Elements
  • 2-15x Recommended Scale Range
  • 6 x 9 cm Maximum Film Format
  • Illuminated f/stop Display
  • Aperture Pre-select
  • Click-stop Disable Possible
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Overview
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The Horseman VCC Pro is an exciting precision tool that uses its bellows functions to basically turn your Nikon or Canon DSLR into a full-featured view camera. Tilt, swing, shift, fall and rise are normal view camera movements but rarely applicable to DSLRs. Using specially chosen Rodenstock lenses, the VCC Pro allows creative or corrective perspective and depth of field control in-camera instead of in post-production.

This Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-N 105mm f/5.6 Lens for the VCC Pro by Horseman has a tried-and-true 8-element design with edge-to-edge high contrast and superior resolution. Of course, Apo means color rendition of the highest order and this lens completely eliminates even the most minor color fringing to give you images that give new emphasis to the word, "vivid." It is recommended for 2-15x reproduction and although intended for the 24 x 36mm format, the Apo-Rodagon-N 105mm f4.0 provides coverage up to 6 x 9 cm. The larger image circle means a greater range of movements with the VCC Pro. It also means that you can use the lens in your enlarger for those Horseman or RZ negatives. With the addition of a Rodenstock Modular-Focus device you can use it on a CCD camera as well. The 105's convenience features include Aperture Pre-select, Illuminated f/stop Display and Click-stop Disable for stepless f/stop selection.

105 mm Lens Provides Extra Coverage
The larger image circle means a greater range of movements with the VCC Pro. It also means that you can use the lens in your enlarger for those Horseman or RZ negatives. With the addition of a Rodenstock Modular-Focus device you can use it on a CCD camera as well.
Rodenstock Apo Quality
The correction of these excellent 8-element lenses with was taken to the absolute limits and so ensures the full elimination of irritating visible color fringes on high-contrast structures. All monochromatic imaging errors have also been greatly reduced to give this lens type its unsurpassed image reproduction performance
Click-stop Diaphragm
The click-stop diaphragm allows a fast and precise setting of a stop value even when the room is completely dark.
Pre-set Aperture
The pre-set aperture makes it possible to set a working aperture that can be put into operation by simply turning a ring to a stop after the picture has been composed and focused.
Illuminated f/stop
The illuminated f/stop display shows the f/stop set without the room lighting having to be switched on.
Infinite f/stop setting
The infinite stop setting allows exact stopping down when analyzers with pre-set exposure times are used.
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Horseman Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-N 105mm f/4.0 Lens for VCC Pro by Horseman
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    Specifications
    Focal Length 105 mm
    Aperture Range f/4.0 - 22
    Flange Focal Distance 99.1 mm
    Flange Thread 39 mm x 1/26
    Filter Thread Front:40.5 mm
    Overall Length 2.14" (54.3  mm)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.65 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.0 x 4.8 x 4.6"

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