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    Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    Hi all.

    From time to time I entertain the notion of replacing my Mamiya 645 II system with an Alpa 12TC and a few Schneider or Rodenstock lenses. So, in that vain, I'm wondering whether I really need a center filter with the Schneider 35 when used with a P45+ and NO shifts or tilts. Without the center filter, how bad is the vignetting? Is it so bad that it degrades image quality in the corners after post processing it away? If you've used this lens in the way I'm describing, I'd love to get your take on the center filter.

    Also, as long as I'm posting about this, I'll also ask for your comparisons between the Schneider 35 and the Rodenstock 35. If I get this kit, I'll be using it to shoot landscapes from a tripod, usually between f/5.6 and f/11, so the f/4 max aperture of the Rodenstock probably isn't required. On the other hand, it for sure doesn't need a center filter. I've also heard that the Rodenstock probably is a bit sharper.

    I vaguely recall reading somewhere that Rodenstock recommended not stopping down their 35 beyond f/11. Does image quality really drop off at f/11 and up?

    Finally, for those of you that have shot a MFDB on both an Alpa and a Mamiya system, am I really going to see a difference in sharpness and contrast between the Mamiya lenses vs the Schneider or Rodenstock lenses?

    Thanks,
    Mort.

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    Mort

    This is beginning to be of interest to me as well as I am thinking of getting a Cambo WDS and switching my back from a P30+ to a P45.

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    Hi Mort:

    Just a quick response. The center filter on the Schneider 35XL is not required for optimal image quality. It does help even out the images but I've lately been keeping it in the case. Something nice about slightly vignetted images I guess. The 24xl really needs it.

    The Schneider has a larger image circle than the Rodenstock so if movements are necessary I'd stick with the Schneider but you said Alpa TC so I guess you're not interested in movements. I can't imagine anything sharper than the Schneiders but I've not seen Rodenstock images.

    Will you see a difference from SLR lenses? Absolutely!! Keep in mind the Digitars are designer for digital. Super sharp, symmetrical designs with little to no distortion or CA. No mirror to compromise the lens designs.

    Schneider suggests optimal sharpness between f8 and f11. Beyond that diffraction will degrade the images.

    I've used the Digitars on Cambo and currently Alpa MAX and SWA cameras.

    Hope that helps.

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    I honestly cannot tell the difference in images produced with either lens.
    The Horsemans that we have been selling have the Rodenstock APO-Sironar_digital l for their 35mm/45mm/55mm models and the 24mm Schneider. The Cambos and ALPAS I have sold almost exclusively have Schneider Digitars across the line. Occasionally there is a Rodenstock 28 HR. (so from my standpoint in the marketplace Schneider has more marketshare and happy customers)

    Yes you will most definitely want to use the center filter on the 24mm. We really have not found the need to use on the 35mm.

    Technically speaking there are two models of Rodenstock Digital lenses the Sironar Digital and Sironar Digital HR . The Sironar Digital lenses allow for more movements than the HR series and support larger sensor areas. I have attached the tech specs for both series of lenses.

    Also I am getting in a ALPA SWA kit and variety of lenses that has been slightly used next week. I will post the specs in the Vendor area , it may be of interest to you.

    Have a good weekend and see some of you at the lighting workshop next week.


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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    the difference are three:

    1. the rodenstock is very sharp even NOT stopped down, as long its the HR version. in this aspect its superior than the schneider which wants 1 , better 2 stops.
    2. the HR lens has slightly less vignetting, shiftet much less.
    3. the HR is sharp till the edge of its image circle, this allows 12mm shifting on a 36x48mm chip without black corners, meanwhile the schneider has bigger image circle but its sharpness degrades fast if you shift more than .

    you can use it at f22 too, the rodenstock claim not to go beyond f11 speaks about the optimum results. all lenses degrade after with actual sensors,- i use the 35HR often at f22 if i need it and there is no "extra" problem with sharpness degradation.

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    I personally like what I have seen with the Rodenstock HR series lenses. From the tests that I have studied, I cannot really see a significant difference comparing the two. The decision should be based on how you will intend to use the lens. I would go with the HR lenses because they're very sharp wide open, probably your best bet if you will be hand holding the TC.

    Either way, you'll end up with a spectacular lens and camera. You can't really go wrong with any combination that Alpa provides.

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    the rodenstock HR is amazing.
    I've had a Rodenstock 45mm digital
    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...gital_APO.html
    and compared to the 35mm HR, it looks like mush.

    Yes the movements are limited but the resolution is incredible. If the Schneiders are only on par or slightly better than the rodenstock digital (non-hr) then I say go for the HR. just do a rental and test it out, you'll be easily convinced I'm sure.

    The HR is sharp wide open at f/4 and depth of field was a concern for me but after using it I'm getting used to shooting at f/4-f/8

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    I can only recommend the Rodenstock HR: they have a huge advantage over their corresponding Schneider, they DO NOT need to stopped down and are sharp at full-open f-stop, sharp over the whole image circle.

    Also, their respective shift ways given in the brochure are VERY conservative: you can easily go 3-4 mm more.

    Best regards,
    Thierry

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffreytotaro View Post
    Hi Mort:

    The Schneider has a larger image circle than the Rodenstock so if movements are necessary I'd stick with the Schneider but you said Alpa TC so I guess you're not interested in movements. I can't imagine anything sharper than the Schneiders but I've not seen Rodenstock images.

    Jeffrey
    I had the Rodenstock, and I think the above is incorrect as far as I know. Shift specifications are almost identical: Schneider: 20/17 for a 36X48 sensor ... verses Rodenstock: 21/17 with a 37X49 sensor. Both are spectaular performers.

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    I tested both, personally I have not seen much difference and to be honest I decided on Schneider for practical and esthetic reasons... it's substantially smaller (if you use TC) and more compact with superb quality!!!

    Rodenstock or Schneider... As far as I am concerned, there are no mistakes just personal preference

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    Quote Originally Posted by Natasa Stojsic View Post
    ....I decided on Schneider for practical and esthetic reasons... it's substantially smaller (if you use TC) and more compact with superb quality!!!
    The small size of the Schneider is the main attraction for me as well. I always travel with my Nikon DSLR kit and my MF kit. However, stuffing a Mamiya 645 AFD II, P45+ and a few MF lenses into the bag, along with the DSLR kit, is a pain at best. I'm hoping the 12TC will ease that pain a bit, and the Schnieder helps in that regard. Still, the Rodenstocks have a strong pull on me, for reasons that probably aren't totally logical :-). Also, while I don't typically need f/4 for shooting landscapes, the f/4 would be appealing if I ever need to do ground glass focussing. But at least the center filter is no longer an issue.

    As I recall, you also shoot your MFDB on a Mamiya kit. How would you rate your Schnieder's against your Mamiya lenses?

    Mort.

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    Quote Originally Posted by Mort54 View Post
    The small size of the Schneider is the main attraction for me as well. I always travel with my Nikon DSLR kit and my MF kit. However, stuffing a Mamiya 645 AFD II, P45+ and a few MF lenses into the bag, along with the DSLR kit, is a pain at best. I'm hoping the 12TC will ease that pain a bit, and the Schnieder helps in that regard. Still, the Rodenstocks have a strong pull on me, for reasons that probably aren't totally logical :-). Also, while I don't typically need f/4 for shooting landscapes, the f/4 would be appealing if I ever need to do ground glass focussing. But at least the center filter is no longer an issue.

    As I recall, you also shoot your MFDB on a Mamiya kit. How would you rate your Schnieder's against your Mamiya lenses?

    Mort.
    Mort,

    OK let me be specific... I originally ordered 24XL / 35mmXL / 47mmXL decentered and later (just one week later) I decided to add 28HR because of the bigger sensors due any time soon

    Now when I tested them few months ago, all I can say is Schneider and Rodenstock SCREAM QUALITY So, against 28mm Mamiya both lenses were obviously and far superior!!!

    I had one problem with focusing.... so in that respect I had 95% perfect results with Mamiya and only 5% results with ALPA 12 TC and Schneider/Rodenstock Lenses... Now, of course that's due to my lack of expirience with view Cameras and guesstimation

    So if convenience is what you need, 28mm Mamiya will do its JOB better than any 24mm/28mm Schneider/Rodenstock lens period

    If the quality is you're after and you measure 1% of results with Mamiya against 1% of results with Schneider/Rodenstock... I'm afraid Mamia doesn't stand a chance and that's as simple as it gets

    I seriously think there are no wrong choices here...

    it's QUALITY vs. CONVENIENCE? (both important when you need it)

    I decided on Mamiya 28mm at first and look at me now.... I am about to receive ALPA 12 TC/ALPA 12 MAX with 24XL, 28HR not to mention 35XL and 47XL decentered!!!

    So as you can imagine... I can't wait
    Last edited by Natasa Stojsic; 13th September 2008 at 17:49.

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    LOL, Natasa, you should be Capture Integration's official equipment tester with all the gear you've got.

    How do you like the 28HR versus the 24XL? I really wanted to get the 24XL as my first lens, but the image circle is very constricting.

    Quote Originally Posted by Natasa Stojsic View Post
    Mort,

    OK let me be specific... I originally ordered 24XL / 35mmXL / 47mmXL decentered and later (just one week later) I decided to add 28HR because of the bigger sensors due any time soon

    Now when I tested them few months ago, all I can say is Schneider and Rodenstock SCREAM QUALITY So, against 28mm Mamiya both lenses were obviously and far superior!!!

    I had one problem with focusing.... so in that respect I had 95% perfect results with Mamiya and only 5% results with ALPA 12 TC and Schneider/Rodenstock Lenses... Now, of course that's due to my lack of expirience with view Cameras and guesstimation

    So if convenience is what you need, 28mm Mamiya will do its JOB better than any 24mm/28mm Schneider/Rodenstock lens period

    If the quality is you're after and you measure 1% of results with Mamiya against 1% of results with Schneider/Rodenstock... I'm afraid Mamia doesn't stand a chance and that's as simple as it gets

    I seriously think there are no wrong choices here...

    it's QUALITY vs. CONVENIENCE? (both important when you need it)

    I decided on Mamiya 28mm at first and look at me now.... I am about to receive ALPA 12 TC/ALPA 12 MAX with 24XL, 28HR not to mention 35XL and 47XL decentered!!!

    So as you can imagine... I can't wait

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    Quote Originally Posted by carbonmetrictree View Post
    LOL, Natasa, you should be Capture Integration's official equipment tester with all the gear you've got.
    Unfortunately.... not enough time left

    Quote Originally Posted by carbonmetrictree View Post
    How do you like the 28HR versus the 24XL? I really wanted to get the 24XL as my first lens, but the image circle is very constricting.
    Image circle is not that much constricting on P30+ and P45+, practically I can't see any difference so that I should worry about except 24XL is charmingly wider and very sweet lens if you happen to need that extra bit/space shooting Interiors like I often do!!!

    However, if you are to move to P65+ also take in consideration that it's full frame I think 28HR will hold the edge, but we don't know that yet... I can only assume that it will!!! Although, when shooting interiors... 24XL makes enough of a difference to me to be able to afford and own both

    Anyway, considering the work (night) I've seen on your web I think your decision to go for 28HR is simply logical & practical regardless of the size of sensor

    Great Eye & Natural Talent
    Last edited by Natasa Stojsic; 14th September 2008 at 11:13.

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    Thanks for your comments Natasa

    I had an incredibly tough time deciding upon the two lenses. How are your experiences with the 24XL in terms of shifts? I'm sure your actual experience with these lenses will be a lot different than any data sheet can give me. From what I have read so far, it seems that you will only be able to shift approximately 3mm.

    Heck, I should start getting together some tools for a bank robbery. At least the ski mask won't be too expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbonmetrictree View Post
    Thanks for your comments Natasa

    I had an incredibly tough time deciding upon the two lenses. How are your experiences with the 24XL in terms of shifts? I'm sure your actual experience with these lenses will be a lot different than any data sheet can give me. From what I have read so far, it seems that you will only be able to shift approximately 3mm.
    :
    Obviously data sheet is there only as a general guide... usually hands on expirience is always different for better or for worse

    28HR will give me more room obviously, but I don't worry about that much with 24XL.... I will confirm the details when I get the equipment after Photokina... (saves some tax$ too) or even better.... we can see each other in L.A. I have a job in Calif. and will be visiting members of my family there... if time allows us, we can do a test on the spot and exchange opinions


    Quote Originally Posted by carbonmetrictree View Post
    Thanks for your comments Natasa
    Heck, I should start getting together some tools for a bank robbery. At least the ski mask won't be too expensive
    The way these companies suddenly price their products, I wouldn't be surprise if you and your Bank come few dollars short

    Although, I'll keep my fingers crossed for you for sure... hehehehe!!!

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    That would be great if we could test out the lenses to see exactly the differences on the 12Max. I was at Samy's in Los Angeles and the dealer there didn't want to put the 12Max together because it was his only body So I didn't get to test it out on the max. I'll probably purchase the 24XL for my personal work, and the 28HR for jobs. My friends know me as the wide guy', it's no joke that a 28-35mm lens is the peak of my longer focal lengths


    Quote Originally Posted by Natasa Stojsic View Post
    Obviously data sheet is there only as a general guide... usually hands on expirience is always different for better or for worse

    28HR will give me more room obviously, but I don't worry about that much with 24XL.... I will confirm the details when I get the equipment after Photokina... (saves some tax$ too) or even better.... we can see each other in L.A. I have a job in Calif. and will be visiting members of my family there... if time allows us, we can do a test on the spot and exchange opinions




    The way these companies suddenly price their products, I wouldn't be surprise if you and your Bank come few dollars short

    Although, I'll keep my fingers crossed for you for sure... hehehehe!!!

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    ... then you will be pleased with the new coming Sinaron Digital 23 mm (Rodenstock) for the arTec ...



    Thierry


    Quote Originally Posted by carbonmetrictree View Post
    My friends know me as the wide guy', it's no joke that a 28-35mm lens is the peak of my longer focal lengths

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    Thanks Thierry, looks like the new Rodenstock 23mm HR lens will be available with an Alpa mount too! It was a good thing I didn't buy the 24XL, this lens will be perfect for my work.

    23HR

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    Welcome.

    Yes sure, it is available.

    Best regards,
    Thierry

    Quote Originally Posted by carbonmetrictree View Post
    Thanks Thierry, looks like the new Rodenstock 23mm HR lens will be available with an Alpa mount too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbonmetrictree View Post
    That would be great if we could test out the lenses to see exactly the differences on the 12Max. I was at Samy's in Los Angeles and the dealer there didn't want to put the 12Max together because it was his only body
    That is precisely what destroys Sinar's brand name in US those kind of
    individuals with similar attitudes!!!

    Hopefully soon it will change for better!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbonmetrictree View Post
    Thanks Thierry, looks like the new Rodenstock 23mm HR lens will be available with an Alpa mount too! It was a good thing I didn't buy the 24XL, this lens will be perfect for my work.

    23HR
    Andrew, thanks for the link....

    Although, you know what this means right... hehehehe!!!

    BTW: If you happen to have two ski masks, give me a call... I'll fly with you
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    hi Natasa,

    12max = Sinar?! Would be new for me!

    I guess this time it is somebody else to be blamed, not Sinar and/or its distributors/dealers.

    Or am I wrong?



    Best regards,
    Thierry


    Quote Originally Posted by Natasa Stojsic View Post
    That is precisely what destroys Sinar's brand name in US those kind of
    individuals with similar attitudes!!!

    Hopefully soon it will change for better!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thsinar View Post
    ... then you will be pleased with the new coming Sinaron Digital 23 mm (Rodenstock) for the arTec ...



    Thierry
    Thierry, I think it could be a good and practical idea to make an adapter to mount Alpa lenses to arTec

    As you know... the idea is viable and has been done with LF even 35mm successfully before.... So, I don't see a problem there!!!

    I got your PM on LL and I'll wait after Photokina so we can arrange something

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    Got it Natasa.

    My guess is that one way or another there will be Alpa (understand Schneider/Alpa) adapters available for the arTec.
    Not un-doable but infinity setting has to be checked very carefully.

    Best regards,
    Thierry

    Quote Originally Posted by Natasa Stojsic View Post
    Thierry, I think it could be a good and practical idea to make an adapter to mount Alpa lenses to arTec

    As you know... the idea is viable and has been done with LF even 35mm successfully before.... So, I don't see a problem there!!!

    I got your PM on LL and I'll wait after Photokina so we can arrange something

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    Quote Originally Posted by thsinar View Post
    hi Natasa,

    12max = Sinar?! Would be new for me!

    I guess this time it is somebody else to be blamed, not Sinar and/or its distributors/dealers.

    Or am I wrong?



    Best regards,
    Thierry
    Thierry, you know I mean Sinar in general suffers exactly because of this kind of attitude served to Andrew by Samy's.... Obviously not the 12 Max

    As we all know 12 Max is ALPA

    Remember James and his desire to test Sinar M Camera, practically the same thing!!!

    The only Dealer I would put my trust that sells Sinar (and I don't know him good yet) is Jeff from Foto Care NY and that is because all of my friends buy there without a single problem!!!

    Thierry, if you want to name few more please do
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    Quote Originally Posted by thsinar View Post
    Got it Natasa.

    My guess is that one way or another there will be Alpa (understand Schneider/Alpa) adapters available for the arTec.
    Not un-doable but infinity setting has to be checked very carefully.

    Best regards,
    Thierry
    Thierry, that would totally be Logical & Practical thing to do since arTec
    already made a huge impression on all of us Word-Wide

    As far as checking infinity is concerned... we hope not to use wedding speed
    when we shoot with arTec, so I guess we should be OK

    Just to make it clear... I'm not blaming Sinar, OK

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    yes, I know: I just did as if I wouldn't!


    With your permission:

    ULSAKER STUDIO, in East Hartford, CT: Michael Ulsacker, a very knowledgeable and helpful person.

    PROFESSIONAL PHOTO RESOURCES, in Atlanta: Steve Hendrix has unfortunately left recently, but his replacement can be trusted as well.

    DODD CAMERA, in Cleveland.

    Sorry for all the dealers which I don't know personally, but am sure there are others.

    From SBI, a person to know and contact:

    Dave McRitchie
    Regional Manager
    17 Progress St
    Edison, NJ 08820

    (603) 867-1813 Cell
    (603) 965-0328 Fax
    (800) 456-0203 Main Office

    Best regards,
    Thierry


    Quote Originally Posted by Natasa Stojsic View Post
    Thierry, you know I mean Sinar in general suffers exactly because of this kind of attitude served to Andrew by Samy's.... Obviously not the 12 Max

    As we all know 12 Max is ALPA

    Remember James and his desire to test Sinar M Camera, practically the same thing!!!

    The only Dealer I would put my trust that sells Sinar (and I don't know him good yet) is Jeff from Foto Care NY and that is because all of my friends buy there without a single problem!!!

    Thierry, if you want to name few more please do

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    Yes I know, you are blaming me!



    Take care,
    Thierry

    Quote Originally Posted by Natasa Stojsic View Post
    Thierry, ...

    ... Just to make it clear... I'm not blaming Sinar, OK

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    According to Alpa's site, there will also be a new Rodenstock 4.0/40 HR available, in addition to the new 5.6/23 HR.

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    ... and BTW, nothing to do here in this topic, but as a pre-information:

    I shall (very) soon publish the Sinar Hy6 - 65 camera system prices, here and elsewhere.

    May be this night, if not too late and too tired, may be tomorrow, if I feel so.
    So be kind with me!



    Thierry

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    Quote Originally Posted by thsinar View Post
    Yes I know, you are blaming me!



    Take care,
    Thierry
    you wish

    kidding of course

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    Hey guys I'm going to start a new thread for the 23HR so that we don't totally hijack this thread

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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    Andrew the 23HR sounds great. Still trying to dig some more info up for everyone .
    Your new ALPA MAX/28HR should be in your hands tomorrow (thank you Guy for the adapter!).
    Looking forward to seeing some images off of it.

    PS put a little surprise in the box.



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    Re: Rodenstock 35/4 Vs Schneider 35/5.6 For Alpa

    Lance, you are one of a kind. I visit my family on the Big Island of Hawaii every year, I'm almost thinking you need to come one of these days! You and Guy for that matter!



    Quote Originally Posted by lance_schad View Post
    Andrew the 23HR sounds great. Still trying to dig some more info up for everyone .
    Your new ALPA MAX/28HR should be in your hands tomorrow (thank you Guy for the adapter!).
    Looking forward to seeing some images off of it.

    PS put a little surprise in the box.



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