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  1. #11

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    Re: Technika folded with lens attached

    Quote Originally Posted by andrewd View Post
    My Technika came with a coupled Schneider Symmar S 150mm f5.6 on a recessed board. The incremental price was not much and I thought it would be interesting to try using the rangefinder. The cost to have the Nikkor coupled would of been more than just taking the Schneider.

    The protrusion of the Nikkor on a flat board is very similar to the Schneider on the recessed board. It is certainly easier to adjust the controls on the Nikkor.
    Not if you had the current LInhof board. Itís easier then the flat board.

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    Re: Technika folded with lens attached

    Itís not the current board. I am guessing the lens and board are about 30 years old. The new board alone costs more than a nice used lens including board.

    Edit, the lens is ~40 years old. Serial number 13 750 xxx.
    http://camera-wiki.org/wiki/Schneider_serial_numbers

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    Re: Technika folded with lens attached

    Quote Originally Posted by andrewd View Post
    Itís not the current board. I am guessing the lens and board are about 30 years old. The new board alone costs more than a nice used lens including board.

    Edit, the lens is ~40 years old. Serial number 13 750 xxx.
    http://camera-wiki.org/wiki/Schneider_serial_numbers
    Unless you buy a used one, or one at discount.

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    Re: Technika folded with lens attached

    The Apo-Sironar-S 150 also folds nicely into the Technika on a flat board (a Master in my case, but should fit into a V, too), only without lens caps. Having had a choice between a 150 Apo-Symmar-L on a recessed board 001015 and a similarly priced Apo-Sironar on a flat board, I decided for the Rodenstock and like it very much.

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