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    Re: Rodenstock Imagon 22cm/4 Kunstler Portratobjektiv

    well...weirdly enough I just picked up one of those also. Appears to be basically an aperture and two elements. Does the photo help any?
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    Re: Rodenstock Imagon 22cm/4 Kunstler Portratobjektiv

    anyone?

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    Re: Rodenstock Imagon 22cm/4 Kunstler Portratobjektiv

    I have a very similar lens, same focus length and aperture. The difference is it has “soft focus lens” on the front rim.

    I took the elements out, the front is single convex, the rear is two glass cemented.

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    Re: Rodenstock Imagon 22cm/4 Kunstler Portratobjektiv

    I believe Rodenstock made an older (brass) version that was the inverse, the single element was in the rear. It was called 'hemi-anastigmat', I guess for 'half of an anastigmat'.

    Quote Originally Posted by lucaas View Post
    I have a very similar lens, same focus length and aperture. The difference is it has “soft focus lens” on the front rim.

    I took the elements out, the front is single convex, the rear is two glass cemented.

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