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    72,75 lens coverage

    Which of the slower 72 or 75 lenses would offer the largest image circle.

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    72,75 lens coverage

    rodenstock Grandagon N 75/6.8 = 187@f22 (340gr / filter : 58) /////////// rodens tock Grandagon N 75/4.5 = 195@f22 (440gr / filter : 67)/////////// schneider super angulon 75/5.6 =198@f22 (380gr / filter : 67)//// /////// schneider 72XL/5.6 = 226@f22 (557gr / filter : 95) /////////// schneider super symmar XL 80/4.5 = 212@22 (271gr / filter : 67) //// /////// nikkor SW 75/4.5 = 200@f16 (420gr / filter : 67) /////////// fuji SWD 75/5.6 = 196@f22 (400gr / filter : 67) /////////// this is for current versions, the winner is the 72 xl with a filter size of 95 a nd 557 gr !!! the challenger is the schneider super symmar XL 80/4.5, there is a lot of contre verse about it ! i think i will buy the rodenstock Grandagon N 75/4.5 = 195@f22 (440gr / filter : 67) myself ! i don't know about older lens, good luck in your research !

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