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cjmonty

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Hartblei... or Rodenstock Digaron S+T... or Hartblei?
« on: December 17, 2008, 04:23:20 pm »

There seem to be two very different shades of 'Hartblei" out there, with old and new products selling at almost 10x difference.

Check out the $600 35mm superrotator
http://www.hartblei.com/lenses/lens_35mm.htm

vs. the $5,000 40mm Hartblei
http://www.hartblei.eu/en/srz-set.htm

or is it the $??? 40mm Rodenstock Digaron?
http://www.adorama.com/catalog.tpl?op=News...e_num=092508-4a

I am not all that happy with the resolution of my Canon 45mm TS-E, although it is a decent lens.  Ive been thinking of a Zork adapter, or the 35mm Hartlblei... when I hear about this mysterious 40mm Tilt shift that by the price of it appears it would be made of solid gold.  Dipped in Platinum.
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Hartblei... or Rodenstock Digaron S+T... or Hartblei?
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2008, 02:34:35 am »

Quote from: cjmonty
There seem to be two very different shades of 'Hartblei" out there, with old and new products selling at almost 10x difference.

Check out the $600 35mm superrotator
http://www.hartblei.com/lenses/lens_35mm.htm

vs. the $5,000 40mm Hartblei
http://www.hartblei.eu/en/srz-set.htm

or is it the $??? 40mm Rodenstock Digaron?
http://www.adorama.com/catalog.tpl?op=News...e_num=092508-4a

I am not all that happy with the resolution of my Canon 45mm TS-E, although it is a decent lens.  Ive been thinking of a Zork adapter, or the 35mm Hartlblei... when I hear about this mysterious 40mm Tilt shift that by the price of it appears it would be made of solid gold.  Dipped in Platinum.

I think Mr.Stefan Steib at Hartblei can help in this. as far as my knowledge is concerned Hartblei.eu is authorized people... my experience with the lense was good in one workshop.


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