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    WTB: Rodie HR Alpagon 50 & 70

    Want to buy:

    RODENSTOCK/ALPA HR ALPAGON 4.0/50 MM, SB34

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    RODENSTOCK/ALPA HR ALPAGON 5.6/70 MM, SB34

    Anyone want to sell, kindly please let me know.

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    Re: WTB: Rodie HR Alpagon 50 & 70

    There isn't a 70MM SB34 (I wish there was!).

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    Re: WTB: Rodie HR Alpagon 50 & 70

    Yes, I don't understand too...the barrel of 70 should be long enough to cut short for 34SB...don't know why Alpa don't make it...
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    Re: WTB: Rodie HR Alpagon 50 & 70

    Ray. There is a 70mm SB17. I guess this is what you are looking for

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    Re: WTB: Rodie HR Alpagon 50 & 70

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyen View Post
    Yes, I don't understand too...the barrel of 70 should be long enough to cut short for 34SB...don't know why Alpa don't make it...
    I'm not sure it is actually. I've got the 70mm LB and also the 34mm spacer and have just lined them up. It looks like the barrel of the 70 isn't quite long enough to do it.

    I have a suspicion that we may be seeing SB28 lenses at some point. These could be mounted with a combination of the 17mm (including TS) and 11mm adapters on a standard ALPA 12 camera, and just the 11mm adapter on the FPS.

    An SB28 could also be mounted with a standard ALPA 12 camera on the FPS.

    The only real limitation an SB28 would have compared to and SB34 is that you couldn't utilise the 17mm T/S adapter on the FPS.

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    Gerald.

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