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    Rodenstock 35mm HR

    just purchased a alpa tc kit that came with a rodenstock 35 hr. curious if someone could tell me if this color shift seems normal for this lens. the lcc was taken at f/11 in clean flat daylight using a phase one lcc plate.

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    Re: Rodenstock 35mm HR

    Looks like a pretty normal lcc to me, but I don't own that lens. What back do you use?

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    Re: Rodenstock 35mm HR

    an iq160

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    Re: Rodenstock 35mm HR

    Thats normal. The 35mm has a 70mm IC. Non shifted it should correct fine.

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    Re: Rodenstock 35mm HR

    its corrects okay but has a funny feeling to it. nothing i can show an example of for just now though. i work a little loose and havent always been as .. efficient as a i could be with the lcc at the time the image was shot. maybe its just the heavy amount magenta the lens throws.
    that said i use an arca swiss m2 for work along with the schneider 43 xl and a heavy amount of movements. that lens as you know tends to get pretty colorful quickly and my lcc corrections with it are always perfectly clean.

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    Re: Rodenstock 35mm HR

    I agree with paul, your 35 HR perform as it should. It is still a very usable lens, unfortunately the image circle allows only slightly movements on big chips.

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    Re: Rodenstock 35mm HR

    Looks pretty good. A lot better than what my old 35XL used to look like on the IQ180.

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    Re: Rodenstock 35mm HR

    thanks y'all

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