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Thread: Information on these Kollmorge Projection Lenses?

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    Information on these Kollmorge Projection Lenses?

    Does anyone know anything about these lenses that I acquired? They were described as Kollmorge Optical Projection Lenses 3.5 and 4.5 inches, f/1.9


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    Re: Information on these Kollmorge Projection Lenses?

    Kollmorgen is an optical company based in Northampton, MA. It manufactures optics for submersible vehicles. At one time it made process and projection lenses as well.

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    Re: Information on these Kollmorge Projection Lenses?

    Thanks, Toyon...I'll have to play around with these (I haven't). We'll see how much of an image circle I can get. Maybe good for 6x7?

    Quote Originally Posted by Toyon View Post
    Kollmorgen is an optical company based in Northampton, MA. It manufactures optics for submersible vehicles. At one time it made process and projection lenses as well.
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    Re: Information on these Kollmorge Projection Lenses?

    See this page for some being sold by a Cinema product supply company

    http://www.rsem.com/equipment-detail...m=p0002398.jpg

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    Re: Information on these Kollmorge Projection Lenses?

    That's cool, Dan. The three of these kind of fell into my possession. I'll have to play around with them. If they are of any use, I will keep one of them and offer the others.


    Quote Originally Posted by CCHarrison View Post
    See this page for some being sold by a Cinema product supply company

    http://www.rsem.com/equipment-detail...m=p0002398.jpg

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