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Arca-Swiss Schneider 300mm f/5.6 Apo-Symmar L Lens with Copal Shutter & Lensboard

Arca-Swiss Schneider 300mm f/5.6 Apo-Symmar L Lens with Copal Shutter & Lensboard

B&H # AR30056CIL MFR # 51113000
Arca-Swiss Schneider 300mm f/5.6 Apo-Symmar L Lens with Copal Shutter & Lensboard

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Product Highlights

  • Designed for Analog Photography
  • Maximum Format: 8 x 10"
  • 430 mm Image Circle at f/22
  • Image Scale up to 1:3
  • Even Field Illumination
  • Distortion Correction
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The Schneider 300mm f/5.6 Apo-Symmar L Lens with Copal Shutter & Lensboard from Arca Swiss is a large format lens designed for analog photography. This lens supports formats up to 8 x 10" in size due to a large image circle of 430 mm at f/22. Additionally, it has high tolerances and can work at an image scale or 1:3 without degradation in image quality.

This lens is designed for even field illumination without the need for a center filter. Also, it has high quality distortion correction and excellent sharpness across the frame. It includes a fully mechanical Copal shutter and a lensboard for mounting to a view camera.

In the Box
Arca-Swiss Schneider 300mm f/5.6 Apo-Symmar L Lens with Copal Shutter & Lensboard
  • Copal Shutter
  • Lensboard
  • Front Lens Cap
  • Rear Lens Cap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty for Lens and Shutter
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty for Lensboard
  • Table of Contents
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    Focal Length 300 mm
    Aperture Range f/5.6 - 64
    Nominal Format 8 x 10"
    FOV on Format Diagonal 72°
    Optical Configuration Groups: 4 Elements: 6
    Flange Focal Distance 283.1 mm
    Image Circle 430 mm @ f/22
    Shutter Copal #3
    Filter Thread Front:105 mm
    Overall Length 3.78" (96.1  mm)
    Weight 2.53 lb (1.15 kg)

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