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Rodenstock Enlarging Lenses

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Rodenstock offers a range of enlarging lenses which provide an optimal solution for any application: The breadth of the Rodenstock enlarging lens range begins with the 3 elements model for the cost-conscious and ends with sophisticated high-power, apochromatically corrected 7 elements lenses. Rodenstock has a suitable enlarging lens for all. Keep up to date with Rodenstock lens news on our knowledgebank.

 
Rodenstock Apo Rodagon D

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Apo-Rodagon-D lenses are designed for the highest possible imaging quality for close-ups at just those scales around 1:1 where even the best enlarging lenses for larger scales begin to show their weak spots. Thus their typical applications are transparency duplication, the preparation of internegatives and Macro Photography.
Furthermore, as well as for photography, they can also be used as high resolving optical systems for premium scanners. The 6 elements, apochromatically corrected lenses feature high contrast and sharpness right up to the picture corners with virtually¨ no colour fringing. Distortion is corrected almost to zero and cannot be seen even in critical subjects with straightline structures parallel with the edges of the frame. The optimum working aperture is between f/5.6 and f/8. This is worth mentioning because the effective aperture of a lens focused for a scale of about 1:1 is approximately two f-stops smaller than the nominal aperture and therefore stopping down to smaller apertures than nominal f/8 would result in visible blur because of diffraction. All three models are fitted with click-stop aperture rings .
Rodenstock Apo Rodagon D 75mm f4 ( 1x)
Recommended Scale Range 0.8◊ - 1.2◊
Maximum format 6x6 cms

Apo-Rodagon-D: duplication and macro photography
with practically no loss in definition and brilliance.

Bellows extension required to use this lens at 1:1 - 136.7mm
RDENG75d1
£350.00
Rodenstock Apo Rodagon D 75mm f4.5 ( 2x)
Recommended Scale Range 1.2◊ - 2.5◊
Maximum format 6x7cms

Apo-Rodagon-D: duplication and macro photography
with practically no loss in definition and brilliance.
Bellows extension required to use this lens at 2:1 - 109.4mm
RDENG75d2
£480.00
Rodenstock Apo Rodagon D 120mm f5.6
Recommended Scale Range 0.5◊ - 3◊
Maximum Format 4x5 inch.

Apo-Rodagon-D: duplication and macro photography
with practically no loss in definition and brilliance.
Bellows extension required to use this lens at 2:1 - 172.9mm
RDENG120D
£685.00
Rodenstock Rodagon Enlarging Lens

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Brilliant reproduction over the whole scale range of conventional enlargers, this lens has become the universal workhorse of both demanding amateurs and professionals in practical use. Furthermore, the models with focal lengths up to 135 mm have proven to be excellent macro lenses for SLR cameras and to be high-resolution taking lenses for CCD cameras in combination with the Rodenstock Modular Focusing Device.

The 6 element design guarantees the resolution of the finest details while maintaining a uniformly high contrast from the picture center to the edges. As the lens is nearly independent with regard to magnification scale, top quality is ensured from mini-prints right up to high enlargements. The recommended working aperture is reached by stopping down by only 2 stops from open aperture.
Rodagon 35mm f4
Max film format 24x 24mm , 39mm Leica thread, smallest aperture f16.
£410.00
Rodagon 50mm f2.8
Max film format 24x 36mm, 39mm Leica thread, smallest aperture f16.
£240.00
Rodagon 60mm f4
Max film format 40x 40mm, 39mm Leica thread, smallest aperture f22.
£295.00
Rodagon 80mm f4
Max film format 6x 7cm, 39mm Leica thread, smallest aperture f22.
£260.00
Rodagon 105mm f5.6
Max film format 6x 9cm, 39mm Leica thread, smallest aperture f32.
£375.00
Rodagon 135mm f5.6
Max film format 4x 5inch, 39mm Leica thread, smallest aperture f32.
£425.00
Rodenstock Rodagon- WA Enlarging Lens

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Rodagon- WA has a shorter focal length and a larger angle of view and hence it achieves a 70% larger projection area than conventional enlarging lenses with standard focal lengths. It is therefore eminently suitable for section enlargements on units with relatively short columns.

The 6 element Rodagon-WA provides the same reproduction performance as the Rodagon lens type. The recommended working aperture is reached by stopping down by 2 stops. This guarantees shorter exposure times with or without less reciprocity failure for large format prints.
Rodagon-WA 40mm f4
Max film format 24x 36mm, 39mm thread, smallest aperture f22.
£320.00
Rodagon WA 60mm f4
£395.00
Rodenstock Apo Rodagon- N Enlarging Lens

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The apochromatically corrected high performance lenses of the Rodenstock Apo- Rodagon- N series guarantee perfect results which will satisfy even the highest demands. The correction of these excellent lenses with up to 8 elements was taken to the absolute limits and so ensures the full elimination of irritating visible color fringes on high-contrast strutures. All monochromatic imaging errors have also been greatly reduced to give this lens type its unsurpassed image reproduction performance.

The advantages are clearly visible in both color and black and white enlargements. The Apo-Rodagon-N is therefore the professionalís first choice whenever the very highest reproduction quality is required. The optimal working aperture is reached by stopping down by only 1 to 2 stops.
Apo-Rodagon-N 50mm f2.8
Max film format 24x 36mm, 39mm Leica thread, smallest aperture f16.
£360.00
Apo-Rodagon-N 80mm f4
Max film format 6x 7cm, 39mm Leica thread, smallest aperture f22.
£595.00
Apo Rodagon N 90mm f4
£710.00
Apo-Rodagon-N 105mm f4
Max film format 6x 9cm, 39mm Leica thread, smallest aperture f22.
£810.00
Rogonar- S

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The main application area of the Rogonar-S is enlargement in the scale range required for photographs in the standard formats. In this range, the lens with 4 elements in 3 groups provides high-quality results with only low light fall-off to the picture margin. Stopping down by 2 to 3 stops is recommended for optimal contrast und sharpness up to the image corners. The recommended scale range can also offer some interesting possibilities for cropped enlargements.

The Rogonar-S can be supplied in several models for use for all film sizes up to roll film 6◊9 cm. It is equipped with a clickstop diaphragm which can be disabled on the models from 50 mm to 105 mm focal length for stepless control which is helpful for the use of analysers or timers with pre-set exposure time mode. All models from a focal length of 50 mm on have an illuminated aperture display and a practical pre-set aperture for fast switching from fully open to the working f-stop.
Rogonar- S 1:2,8/ 50 mm
Max Format 24◊36mm, Thread 39mm, Smallest aperture f16
£250.00
Rogonar-S 1:4,5/ 60 mm
Max Format 40x40mm, Thread 39mm, Smallest aperture f22
£195.00
Rogonar- S 1:4,5/ 75 mm
Max Format 6x6cm, Thread 39mm, Smallest aperture f22
£215.00
Rogonar-S 1:4,5/ 90 mm
Max Format 6x7cm, Thread 39mm, Smallest aperture f22
£240.00
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Modular Focus
Enlarging lenses do not have a helical focusing facility as the focusing is performed with the enlargers bellows extension.
The Modular-Focus can be fitted to most 35 mm system cameras by using a T2 adapter with conventional connecting rings. For the use with cameras with M 42 lens thread there is a M42 correction ring. Modular-Focus can also be fitted to professional CCD and video cameras with exchangeable lenses using the optional C mount connection.
£220.00
Smart Focus
Enables direct mounting of the lens without lens adapter. A large variety of camera adapters is mounted directly with 3 set screws. The complete setup can be rotated freely for best azimuth or convenient access to aperture and locking screw.
£145.00