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The Big List of Enlarging Lenses

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John Jovic

This list details the basic specifications for various enlarger or enlarging lenses. The specifications listed here are those most relevant to using enlarging lenses as taking lenses on a camera (film or digital) such as for close up, macro, product or a broad range of photographic uses.
 
   
This enlarging lens is being used with a helicoid to focus the lens from close range all the way to infinity. This technique allows an enlarging lens to be used just like any normal lens for all kinds of photography, not just macro.   There are many interesting and unusual enlarging lenses that can be used as taking lenses. Some are quite fast as in this example.  

Enlarging lens used on a bellows for macro photography.
A lens hood helps to improves image quality by reducing flare.

The information in these tables is verified or referenced whenever possible however errors and omissions may occur. Where specifications are stated from personal observation or measurement they are stated as such [pc].

Detailed specifications for selected lenses are listed in other pages on this site (see the links in red in the table below).

Much of the information below was kindly contributed by people like yourself! If you would like to contribute further information to this list with any manufacturer catalogues, brochures, marketing material, dealer price lists, technical specifications, instruction sheets/booklets about enlarging lenses then please do so by emailing the author.

                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Agfa Color-Magnolar 4.5/60 4.5-22       35           c. 1983   [3]
  Agfa Color-Magnolar II 4.5/22 4.5-22       60x90           c. 1983   [3]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Argus 3.5/50 3.5-16       35     39mm     c. 1983   [3]
  Argus 3.5/75 3.5-22       60x60     39mm     c. 1983   [3]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Astron 3.5/50               Leica    

c. 1983

  [64]
  Astron 3.5/75               Leica     c. 1983   [64]
  Astron 4.5/90               Leica     c. 1983   [64]
  Astron 4.5/105               Leica     c. 1983   [64]
  Astron 4.5/135               Leica     c. 1989   [68]
  Astron 4.5/150               Leica     c. 1983   [64]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Beseler Beslar 3.5/35 3.5-16 3   12 35     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Beseler Beslar 3.5/50 3.5-16 3   8 35     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Beseler Beslar 3.5/75 3.5-22 3   5 60x60     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Beseler Beslar 4.5/90 4.5-22 3   5 60x70     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Beseler Beslar 4.5/105 4.5-22 3   5 60x90     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Beseler Beslar 4.5/135 4.5-22 3   5 4"x5"     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
                               
  Beseler ColorPro 2.8/50 2.8-16 6-4   8, 2-20 35mm N 8 39x1/26 40.5x0.5   1979   [53]
  Beseler ColorPro 4.5/75 4.5-22 6-4   5, 2-10 60x50 N 8 39x1/26 40.5x0.5   1979   [53]
  Beseler ColorPro 5.6/90 5.6-32 6-4   5, 2-10 60x70 N 8 39x1/26 40.5x0.5   1979   [53]
  Beseler ColorPro 5.6/105 5.6-45 6-4   5, 2-10 65x90 N 8 39x1/26 40.5x0.5   1979   [53]
  Beseler ColorPro 5.6/135 5.6-45 6-4   5, 2-10 4"x5" N 8 39x1/26 40.5x0.5   1979   [53]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Bogen Bogen W.A. 3.5/40 3.5-16 6   16 35     Leica     c. 1980 See Hoya/Osawa Tominon EL's [67]
  Bogen Bogen W.A. 4/60 4-22 8   10 60x60     Leica     c. 1980 See Hoya/Osawa Tominon EL's [67]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
Computar 2.8/50 2.8, 4, 5.6, 11, 16, 22           12 M39 None     Lens made in Japan, maker unknown [pc]
                               
  Computar/Kowa dL 2.8/30 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 9-7   16 35 N   M39x1 M52x0.75   1980's   [3]
Computar/Kowa dL 2.8/50 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4   10 35 N 8[pc] M39x1 M43x0.75   1980's   [pc][3]
  Computar/Kowa dL 1.9/55
a.k.a. (also know as)
apo-computar dL 1.9/55
1.9, 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 8-5   4-20 35 N   M39x1 M43x0.75   1980's Floating element design for adjustable correction at various magnifications.
Fastest 50mm enlarging lens.
[3]
Computar/Kowa dL 3.5/65
a.k.a.
apo-computar dL 3.5/65
[13]
3.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4   10 35 N 8[pc] M39x1 M43x0.75   1980's   [pc][3][13]
Computar/Kowa dL 4.5/80 4.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4   6 60x70 N 8[pc] M39x1 M43x0.75   1980's   [pc][3]
Computar/Kowa dL 4.5/90 4.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4   6 60x90/60° N 8[pc] M39x1 M43x0.75 82.3 1980's   [pc][3][14]
  Computar/Kowa dL 4.5/105 4.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4   6 60x90 N   M39x1 M43x0.75   1980's   [3]
Computar/Kowa dL 5.6/135 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4   6 4x5 inch/60° N 10[pc] M39x1 M43x0.75 122.1 1980's   [pc][3][14]
  Computar/Kowa dL Vari Focal 4.5-5.6/50-80 4.5-5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, 32 11-8   10 to 7 35-60x70 N   M39x1 M43x0.75 55.3-71.3 1980's   [3][15]
  Computar/Kowa dL Vari Focal 4.5-5.6/105-150 4.5-5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, 32 11-8   9 to 6 60x60-4x5 inch N   M39x1 M67x0.75 130.1-158.3 1980's   [3][15]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Dallmeyer Popular Enlarging Anastigmat
4.5/2" (51mm)
  4     24x36 N   1.25" 24TPI     1949[tbc] Available uncoated or 'Dallcoated' [29]
  Dallmeyer Popular Enlarging Anastigmat
4.5/3" (76mm)
  4     2.25"x2.25" N   1.25" 24TPI     1949[tbc] as above [29]
  Dallmeyer Popular Enlarging Anastigmat
4.5/4" (102mm)
  4     2.25"x3.25" N   1.25" 24TPI     1949[tbc] as above [29]
                               
  Dallmeyer Enlarging Anastigmat, Standard Series
4.5/2.4" (61mm)
  4     24x36 N   1.25" 24TPI     1949[tbc] 'Dallcoated' [29]
  Dallmeyer Enlarging Anastigmat, Standard Series
4.5/3" (76mm)
  4     2.25"x2.25" N   1.25" 24TPI     1949[tbc] 'Dallcoated' [29]
  Dallmeyer Enlarging Anastigmat, Standard Series
4.5/3.25" (82mm)
  4     2.25"x2.25" N   1.25" 24TPI     1949[tbc] 'Dallcoated' [29]
  Dallmeyer Enlarging Anastigmat, Standard Series
4.5/4" (102mm)
  4     2.25"x3.25" N   1.25" 24TPI     1949[tbc] 'Dallcoated' [29]
  Dallmeyer Enlarging Anastigmat, Standard Series
4.5/5.5" (140mm)
  4     90x120 N   1.75" 24TPI     1949[tbc] 'Dallcoated' [29]
  Dallmeyer Enlarging Anastigmat, Standard Series
4.5/6" (152mm)
  4     5"x4" N   1.75" 24TPI     1949[tbc] 'Dallcoated' [29]
  Dallmeyer Enlarging Anastigmat, Standard Series
4.5/7.5" (190mm)
  4     6"x4" N   2.25" 24TPI     1949[tbc] 'Dallcoated' [29]
  Dallmeyer Enlarging Anastigmat, Standard Series
4.5/8.5" (216mm)
  4     6.5"x4.75" N   2.5" 24TPI     1949[tbc] 'Dallcoated' [29]
                               
  Dallmeyer Enlarging Anastigmat, De Luxe
3.5/2" (51mm)
  4     24x36 Y   1.25" 24TPI     1949[tbc] 'Dallcoated' [29]
  Dallmeyer Enlarging Anastigmat, De Luxe
5.6/7" (178mm)
  4     6.5"x4.75" Y   2.0" 24TPI     1949[tbc] 'Dallcoated' [29]
  Dallmeyer Enlarging Anastigmat, De Luxe
5.6/10" (254mm)
  4     8.5"x6.5" Y   2.25" 24TPI     1949[tbc] 'Dallcoated' [29]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Durst Neonon 2.8/50 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4   10[67]   Y   M39x1     c. 1980[67]   [58][67]
Durst Neonon 5.6/80 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, 32, 45 6-4   8[67]   Y   M39x1     c. 1980[67]   [58][67]
Durst Neonon 5.6/105 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, 32, 45 6-4   5[67]   Y   M39x1     c. 1980[67]   [58][67]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Enna Ennaplan 4.5/50   3                 1958   [25]
  Enna Ennaron 4.5/50   4[25]
probably 4-3[tbc]
Tessar[tbc]               1958 Stated as 4 element in [25] but probably 4-3 Tessar[tbc] [25]
  Enna Ortho-Ennit 4.5/75   4[25]
probably 4-3[tbc]
Tessar[tbc]               1958 Stated as 4 element in [25]. Diagram in [25] shows 4-3 Tessar[tbc] [25]
  Enna Ennagon 4.5/80   3                 1958   [25]
  Enna Ennagon 4.5/90   3                 1958   [25]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Friedrich Munchen Axinon 4.5/45 4.5-22 4   4-10 35     M25x0.5     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Axinon 4.5/50 4.5-22 4   4-10 35     M25x0.5     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Axinon 4.5/55 4.5-22 4   4-10 40x40     M25x0.5     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Axinon 4.5/60 4.5-22 4   4-10 40x40     M25x0.5     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Axinon 4.5/75 4.5-22 4   4-10 60x60     M25x0.5     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Axinon 4.5/90 4.5-22 4   4-10 60x70     M27x0.5     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Axinon 4.5/100 4.5-22 4   4-10 60x90     M33.5x0.5
[1][tbc]
    1980's mounting thread tbc [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Axinon 4.5/10.5cm 4.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16           10 M32.5x0.5         [pc]
  Friedrich Munchen Axinon 4.5/115 4.5-22 4   4-10 60x90     M33.5x0.5
[1][tbc]
    1980's mounting thread tbc [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Axinon 4.5/125 4.5-22 4   4-10 4"x5"     M39x0.75     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Axinon 4.5/135 4.5-22 4   4-10 4"x5"     M39x0.75     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Axinon 4.5/162 4.5-22 4   4-10 4"x5"     M39x0.75     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Axinon 4.5/210 4.5-22 4   4-10 5"x7"     M60x1     1980's   [1]
                               
  Friedrich Munchen "S" Coronar 1.9, 1.9/50 1.9-11 6     35     M39x0.75     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen "S" Coronar 1.9, 1.9/75 1.9-11 6     60x60     M60x1     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen "S" Coronar 1.9, 1.9/100 1.9-11 6     60x90     M60x1     1980's   [1]
                               
  Friedrich Munchen "S" Coronar 2.8, 2.8/35 2.8-22 6     half 35mm     M25x0.5     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen "S" Coronar 2.8, 2.8/50 2.8-22 6     35     M39x0.75     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen "S" Coronar 2.8, 2.8/65 2.8-22 6     60x45     M39x0.75     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen "S" Coronar 2.8, 2.8/75 2.8-22 6     60x60     M39x0.75     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen "S" Coronar 2.8, 2.8/85 2.8-22 6     60x70     M60x1     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen "S" Coronar 2.8, 2.8/100 2.8-22 6     60x90     M60x1     1980's   [1]
                               
  Friedrich Munchen Corygon 2.8/35 2.8-16 3     half 35mm     M25x0.5     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Corygon 2.8/40 2.8-16 3     half 35mm     M25x0.5     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Corygon 2.8/50 2.8-16 3     35     M25x0.5     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Corygon 2.8/60 2.8-16 3     35     M27x0.5     1980's   [1]
  Friedrich Munchen Corygon 2.8/80 2.8-16 3     60x45     M32.5x0.5     1980's   [1]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Fujinon ES 4/50 4-22 4-3   10, 2-20 24x36/47° N   M39x1   41.7 Late 1970's   [30]
  Fujinon ES 4.5/75 4.5-22 4-3   7, 1.5-15 56x56/55° N   M39x1   66.8 Late 1970's   [30]
  Fujinon ES 4.5/90 4.5-22 4-3   7, 1.5-15 56x72/53° N   M39x1   78.6 Late 1970's   [30]
  Fujinon ES 4.5/105 4.5-22 4-3   5, 1.5-10 56x84/51° N 8[31] M39x1   92.1 Late 1970's   [30][31]
  Fujinon ES 4.5/135 4.5-22 4-3   5, 1.5-10 100x125/61° N   M39x1   120.8 Late 1970's   [30]
                               
  Fujinon EP 4.5/38 4.5-22 6-4   10, 3-35 24x24/56°     M39x1   32.9     [10]
  Fujinon EP 3.5/50 3.5-22 6-4   10, 2-20 24x36/56°     M39x1   37     [10]
  Fujinon EP 5.6/75 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4   7, 1.5-15 56x56/56°     M39x1   67     [10]
  Fujinon EP 5.6/90 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4   7, 1.5-15 56x84/56°   10[33] M39x1   78.6     [10][33]
  Fujinon EP 5.6/105 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4   5, 1.5-10 65x90/56°   10[32] M39x1   92.1     [10][32]
  Fujinon EP 5.6/135 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, 32, 45 6-4   5, 1.5-10 100x125/56°     M39x1   117.8     [10]
                               
  Fujinon EX 2.8/50II 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16 6-4   15, 2-20 24x36 Y   Leica M46x0.75[tbc] 38.5     [11]
  Fujinon EX 4.5/75 4.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4   8, 1.5-15 56x56 Y   Leica M46x0.75[pc] 68.6 Late 1980's   [11]
  Fujinon EX 5.6/90 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-6   7, 1.5-15 56x84 Y   Leica M46x0.75[pc] 82.1 Late 1980's 6-6 (E-G) design [11]
  Fujinon EX 5.6/105 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, 32 6-6   7, 1.5-15 65x90 Y   Leica M46x0.75[pc] 95.2 Late 1980's 6-6 (E-G) design [11]
  Fujinon EX 5.6/135 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, 32, 45 6-6   6, 1.5-15 100x125 Y   M53x0.75 M55x0.75[tbc] 121.2 Late 1980's 6-6 (E-G) design [11]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
Hoya EL-40, 3.5/40 3.5-16 6-4   8, 2-10 24x36 N 6[pc] 39x1/26 40.5x0.5       [27][pc]
Hoya EL-50, 2.8/50 2.8-16 6-4   8, 2-20 24x36 N   39x1/26 40.5x0.5       [27]
  Hoya EL-60, 4/60 4-22 8-4   5, 2-10 57x57 N   39x1/26 43x0.75       [27]
  Hoya EL-75, 4.5/75 4.5-22 6-4   5, 2-10 57x57 N   39x1/26 40.5x0.5       [27]
  Hoya EL-90, 5.6/90 5.6-32 6-4   5, 2-10 57x84 N   39x1/26 40.5x0.5       [27]
  Hoya EL-105, 5.6/105 5.6-45 6-4   5, 2-10 65x90 N   39x1/26 40.5x0.5       [27]
  Hoya EL-135, 5.6/135 5.6-45 6-4   5, 2-10 90x120 N   39x1/26 40.5x0.5       [27]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Ilford Astron 3.5/50 3.5-16       35          

c. 1983

  [3]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Kodak Enlarging Ektar 4.5/2" (50mm) 4.5-22 5-3[36] Heliar[36]   1 3/16"x1 9/16" N   15/16"
or 23.5
Attachment
Series V
  1948   [57][36]
  Kodak Enlarging Ektar 4.5/3" (75mm) 4.5-22 5-3[36] Heliar[36]   2 1/4"x2 1/4" N   1 3/16" or
M30x0.5[pc]
Attachment
Series V
  1948   [57][36][pc]
  Kodak Enlarging Ektar 4.5/90mm 4.5-22         N   1 9/16"
or 39.5
Attachment
Series VI
  c. 1959[59]
c. 1967
  [pc][59]
  Kodak Enlarging Ektar 4.5/4" (100mm) 4.5-22 4-4[36] Dialyte[36]   2 1/4"x3 1/4" N   1 9/16"
or 39.5
Attachment
Series VI
  1948   [57][36]
                               
                               
  Kodak Enlarging Ektanon 4.5/2" (50mm) 4.5-22 3-3[36] Triplet[36]   1 3/16"x1 9/16" N   15/16"
or 23.5
Attachment
Series V
  1948   [57][36]
  Kodak Enlarging Ektanon 6.3/2" (50mm) fixed 6.3 3-3[36] Triplet[36]   1 3/16"x1 9/16" N   13/16"
or 20.5
Attachment
Series V
  1948   [57][36]
  Kodak Enlarging Ektanon 4.5/3" (75mm) 4.5-22 3-3[36] Triplet[36]   2 1/4"x2 1/4" N   1 3/16"
or 30
Attachment
Series V
  1948   [57][36]
  Kodak Enlarging Ektanon 4.5/4" (105mm) 4.5-22 3-3[36] Triplet[36]   2 1/4"x3 1/4" N   1 9/16"
or 39.5
Attachment
Series VI
  1948   [57][36]
  Kodak Enlarging Ektanon 4.5/5 3/8" (135mm) 4.5-22 4-3[36] Tessar[36]   3 1/4"x4 1/4" N   1 3/4"
or 44.5
Attachment
Series VII
  1948   [57][36]
  Kodak Enlarging Ektanon 4.5/6 3/8" (161mm) 4.5-22 4-3[36] Tessar[36]   4"x5" N   2"
or 50.5
Attachment
Series VII
  1948   [57][36]
  Kodak Enlarging Ektanon 4.5/7 1/2" (190mm) 4.5-22 4-3[36] Tessar[36]   5"x7" N   2"
or 50.5
Attachment
Series VII
  1948   [57][36]
  Kodak Enlarging Ektanon 4.5/10" (250mm) 4.5-22 4-3[36] Tessar[36]   8"x10" N   2 5/8"
or 67
Attachment
Series VIII
  1948   [57][36]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
Komura Komuranon-E 3.5/50 3.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4[21]     24 x 36[21]
56°
N 8[pc] Leica None[pc]   Mid 1970's   [pc][8][21]
  Komura Komuranon-E 5.6/75 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4[21]     2.25"x2.25"[21]
56°
N   Leica     Mid 1970's   [8][21]
Komura Komuranon-E 5.6/90 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22         N 8[pc] Leica M40.5x0.5[pc]   Mid 1970's   [pc][9]
Komura Komuranon-E 5.6/105 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4[21]     2.25"x3.25"[21]
56°
N 8[pc] Leica None[pc]   Mid 1970's   [pc][8][21]
  Komura Komuranon-E 5.6/135 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22       56° N   Leica     Mid 1970's   [8]
  Komura Komuranon-E 5.6/150 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22       56° N   Leica     Mid 1970's   [8]
                               
  Komura Komuranon-S 3.5/50 3.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4   10[67]   N   Leica         [6][67]
Komura Komuranon-S 5.6/75 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4   10[67]   N 8[pc] Leica M40.5x0.5[pc]       [pc][6][67]
  Komura Komuranon-S 5.6/105           N             [tbc]
Komura Komuranon-S 5.6/150 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22         N   Leica None       [5]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Leitz Focotar 2.8/40 2.8-16 5   7[67], 4-10[1] 35 Y   Leica     c. 1980   [67][1]
  Leitz Focotar 4.5/50 4.5-16 6   7 35     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Leitz Focotar 4.5/60 4.5-22 5   8 35     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Leitz Focotar 5.6/100 5.6-22 5   4 60x90     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Meopta Anaret 4.5/30   4-3     13x17 N   M23.5x0.5         [17]
  Meopta Belar 4.5/50   4-3     24x36 N   M23.5x0.5         [17]
  Meopta Anaret 4.5/50   4-3     24x36 N   M23.5x0.5         [17]
  Meopta Anaret S 4.5/50   4-3     24x36 Y 4[24] M39x1       Square aperture [17][24]
Meopta Belar 4.5/75 4.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22         N 4 M23.5x0.5     circa 1980 Square aperture [pc]
  Meopta Anaret 4.5/80 4.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22[22] 4-3     60x60 N 6[22] M23.5x0.5         [17][22]
  Meopta Anaret S 4.5/80   4-3     60x60 Y   M39x1         [17]
  Meopta Anaret 4.5/90   4-3     60x70 N   M39x1         [17]
  Meopta Anaret 4.5/105 4.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22[23] 4-3     65x90 N 8[23] M39x1         [17][23]
  Meopta Belar 4.5/105 4.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22         N 9           [26]
                               
  Meopta Meogon 5.6/50 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4     60x60 N   M39x1         [3][17]
  Meopta Meogon 5.6/60 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4     60x60 N   M39x1         [3][17]
Meopta Meogon 2.8/80 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 5-4     60x60 N 5[pc] M39x1 M39x1[pc]     Fastest 80mm enlarging lens.
Available in at least 3 mechanical versions with zebra, metal and rubber aperture ring.
[pc][17]
  Meopta Meogon 5.6/80 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-5     60x60 N   M39x1         [3]
  Meopta Meogon S 2.8/50 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22[pc] 5-4[17]     35 Y 5[pc] M39x1     2004[pc] Produced over a long period, in various mechanical versions, and as late as 2004 [4][17][pc]
Meopta Meogon S 4/80 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-4[17]     60x60 Y 5[pc] M39x1 M39x1[pc]       [pc][4][17]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Minolta E Rokkor 4.5/50 4.5-?       35     Leica     Early 1980's   [3]
  Minolta E Rokkor 4.5/75 4.5-?       60x60     Leica     Early 1980's   [3]
                               
  Minolta C.E. Rokkor-X 2.8/30 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16 6-5 Variant Gauss 26[67] 13x17 Y   Leica     Mid 1970's   [28][67]
Minolta C.E. Rokkor-X 2.8/50 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 6-5 Variant Gauss 15[67] 24x36 Y   Leica     Mid 1970's   [28][67]
Minolta C.E. Rokkor-X 5.6/80 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, 32, 45 6-4 Orthometar 8.6[67] 60x70 Y   Leica     Mid 1970's   [28][67]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Nikon El Nikkor 4/50 4-16 4   8 35     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Nikon El Nikkor 3.5/63 3.5-16 6   8 32x45     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Nikon El Nikkor 4/75 4-45 4   5 60x60     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Nikon El Nikkor 5.6/80 5.6-45 6   5 56x56     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Nikon El Nikkor 5.6/105 5.6-45 6   5 56x72     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Nikon El Nikkor 5.6/135 5.6-45 6   5 65x90     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Nikon El Nikkor 5.6/150 5.6-45 6   4 4"x5"     53x0.75     c. 1980   [67]
  Nikon El Nikkor 5.6/180 5.6-45 6   4 5"x7"     62x1     c. 1980   [67]
  Nikon El Nikkor 5.6/210 5.6-45 6   4 5"x7"     72x1     c. 1980   [67]
  Nikon El Nikkor 5.6/240 5.6-45 6   3 8"x10"     82x1     c. 1980   [67]
  Nikon El Nikkor 5.6/300 5.6-45 6   2 10"x12"     100x1     c. 1980   [67]
  Nikon El Nikkor 5.6/360 5.6-45 6   2 11"x14"     130x1.5     c. 1980   [67]
                               
  Nikon EL-Nikkor 4/40 N 4-22 6-4   10, 5-30 24x36 Y   Leica M40.5x0.5       [34]
  Nikon EL-Nikkor 2.8/50 N 2.8-16 6-4   8, 2-20 24x36 Y   Leica M40.5x0.5       [34]
  Nikon EL-Nikkor 4/50 N 4-22 4-3   8, 2-20 24x36 Y   Leica M40.5x0.5       [35]
  Nikon EL-Nikkor 2.8/63 N 2.8-16 6-4   8, 2-20 32x45 Y   Leica M40.5x0.5       [34]
  Nikon EL-Nikkor 4/75 N 4-22 4-3   5, 2-10 60x60 Y   Leica M40.5x0.5       [34]
  Nikon EL-Nikkor 5.6/80 N 5.6-32 6-4   5, 2-15 60x70 Y   Leica M40.5x0.5       [34]
  Nikon EL-Nikkor 5.6/105 N 5.6-32 6-4   5, 2-10 60x90 Y   Leica M40.5x0.5       [34]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
                               
  Omega Omicron EL 50, 2.8/50   6-4   2-20[52]   N 8[52] 39x1/26 40.5x0.5[52]   1975   [49][52]
  Omega Omicron EL 75, 4.5/75   6-4   2-10[52]   N 8[52] 39x1/26 40.5x0.5[52]   1975   [49][52]
  Omega Omicron EL 90, 5.6/90   6-4   2-10[52]   N 8[52] 39x1/26 40.5x0.5[52]   1975   [49][52]
  Omega Omicron EL 105, 5.6/105 5.6-45[52] 6-4   2-10[52]   N 8[52] 39x1/26 40.5x0.5[52]   1975   [49][52]
  Omega Omicron EL 135, 5.6/135 5.6-45[52] 6-4   2-10[52]   N 8[52] 39x1/26 40.5x0.5[52]   1975   [49][52]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Osawa Tominon EL-40, 3.5/40                     1980   [50]
  Osawa Tominon EL-50, 2.8/50                     1980   [50]
Osawa Tominon EL-60, 4/60 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22[pc]           8[pc]   43x0.75[pc]   1980   [50][pc]
  Osawa Tominon EL-75, 4.5/75 4.5-22 6-4   5, 2-10 57X57 N 8 39x1/26 40.5x0.5 67 1980[50]   [50][51]
  Osawa Tominon EL-90, 5.6/90                     1980   [50]
  Osawa Tominon EL-105, 5.6/105                     1980   [50]
  Osawa Tominon EL-135, 5.6/135                     1980   [50]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Perfex 3.5/35 3.5-16 3     126 film     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Perfex 3.5/50 3.5-16 3     35     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Perfex 4.5/75 4.5-16 3     60x60     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Perfex 4.5/90 4.5-16 3     60x90     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Perfex 4.5/135 4.5-16 3     4"x5"     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Prinz 3.5/35 3.5-16 3     1/2 35 frame     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Prinz 3.5/50 3.5-16 3     35     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Prinz 3.5/75 3.5-16 3     60x60     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Rodenstock El-Omegar 3.5/50 3.5-16 3   4 35 Y   Leica      

c. 1980

[67]
  Rodenstock El-Omegar 4.5/75 4.5-16 3   4 60x60 Y   Leica      

c. 1980

[67]
                               
  Rodenstock Omegaron 4/25 4-16 4   20 12x17 N   32.5      

c. 1980

[67]
  Rodenstock Omegaron 4/35 4-16 4   20 18x24 N   32.5      

c. 1980

[67]
  Rodenstock Omegaron 3.5/50 3.5-16 4   10 35 Y   Leica      

c. 1980

[67]
  Rodenstock Omegaron 4.5/75 4.5-22 4   4 60x60 Y   Leica      

c. 1980

[67]
  Rodenstock Omegaron 4.5/90 4.5-22 4   4 60x70 Y   Leica      

c. 1980

[67]
  Rodenstock Omegaron 4.5/105 4.5-22 4   4 60x90 Y   Leica      

c. 1980

[67]
  Rodenstock Omegaron 4.5/135 4.5-32 4   4 4"x5" Y   50      

c. 1980

[67]
  Rodenstock Omegaron 4.5/150 4.5-32 4   4 4"x5" Y   50      

c. 1980

[67]
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Rodenstock Trinar 4.5/50         24x36           1977   [45]
  Rodenstock Trinar 4.5/75         60x60           1977   [45]
  Rodenstock Trinar 4.5/105         60x90           1977   [45]
  Rodenstock Trinar 3.5/50 3.5-16 3-3   4 35     Leica     1989   [1]
                               
                               
  Rodenstock Ysaron 4/25   4[63]     12x18 N[64]         1977 Lanthanum glass[65] [45][63][64]
  Rodenstock Ysaron 4/35   4[63]     18x24 N[64]         1977 as above [45][63][64]
  Rodenstock Ysaron 3.5/50   4[63]     24X36 Y[64]         1977 as above [45][63][64]
  Rodenstock Ysaron 4.5/60   4[63]     24x36 Y[64]         1977 as above [45][63][64]
Rodenstock Ysaron 4.5/75   4[63]     60x60 Y[64]         1977 as above [45][63][64]
  Rodenstock Ysaron 4.5/90   4[63]     56x72 Y[64]         1977 as above [45][63][64]
  Rodenstock Ysaron 4.5/105   4[63]     60x90 Y[64]         1977 as above [45][63][64]
  Rodenstock Ysaron 4.5/135   4[63]     90x120 Y[64]         1977 as above [45][63][64]
  Rodenstock Ysaron 4.5/150   4[63]     90x120 Y[64]         1977 as above [45][63][64]
  Rodenstock Ysaron 4.5/180   4[63]     100x150 Y[64] 8[pc] M58x0.75
[pc]
    1977 as above [45][pc][63][64]
  Rodenstock Ysaron 4.5/210   4[63]     130x180 Y[64]         1977 as above [45][63][64]
                               
                               
Rodenstock Rogonar 2.8/50 2.8-16 3-3   4[41], 2-8 24x36 Y   39x1/26 None[41] 38 1995-2009 working aperture F11 [38][41]
  Rodenstock Rogonar 4.5/75 4.5-16 3-3   4, 2-6 60x60 Y   39x1/26 None[41] 63.1 1995 working aperture F11 [41]
                               
                               
  Rodenstock Rogonar-S 4/25 4-16 4-3   20[41], 10-30 13x17 N   M32.5x0.5 M30.5x0.5 23 1995-2009   [38][41]
  Rodenstock Rogonar-S 2.8/35 2.8-16 4-3   20[41], 10-30 18x24 N   M32.5x0.5 M30.5x0.5 34 1995-2009   [38][41]
  Rodenstock Rogonar-S 2.8/50 2.8-16 4-3   4[41], 2-10 24x36 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 47 1995-2009   [38][41]
  Rodenstock Rogonar-S 4.5/60 4.5-22 4-3   4[41], 2-10 40x40 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 52.5 1995-2009   [38][41]
  Rodenstock Rogonar-S 4.5/75 4.5-22 4-3   4[41], 2-10 60x60 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 65.5 1995-2009   [38][41]
  Rodenstock Rogonar-S 4.5/90 4.5-22 4-3   4[41], 2-8 60x70 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 80 1995-2009   [38][41]
  Rodenstock Rogonar-S 4.5/105 4.5-22 4-3   4[41], 2-8 60x90 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 95 1995-2009 discontinued 2009 [38][41]
  Rodenstock Rogonar-S 4.5/135 4.5-32 4-3   4, 2-6 90x120, 4"x5" Y   M50x0.75 M52x0.75 129.5 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rogonar-S 4.5/150 4.5-32 4-3   4, 2-6 90x120, 4"x5" Y   M50x0.75 M52x0.75 138 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rogonar-S 4.5/210 4.5-32 4   4 5"x7" Y   72mm     1989   [1]
                               
                               
  Rodenstock Rogonar-SC 2.8/50   5-4       Y   39x1/26     Released 1982 Slot to insert special effects [42]
Rodenstock Rogonar-SC 4/75   5-4       Y   39x1/26     Released 1982 Slot to insert special effects [42]
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Rodenstock Rodagon 4/28 4-16 6-4   20, 5-30 18x24 N   M32.5x0.5 M30.5x0.5 27.7 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon 4/35 4-16 6-4   20, 5-30 24x24 N   M32.5x0.5 M30.5x0.5 35.6 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon 2.8/50 2.8-16 6-4   10, 2-15 24x36 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 43.5 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon 4/50 4-16 6   10 35 Y   Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Rodenstock Rodagon 4/60 4-22 6-4   10, 2-10 40x40 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 56 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon 4/80 4-22 6-4   6, 2-10 60x70 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 74.7 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon 5.6/80 5.6-22 6   10 60x60 Y   Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Rodenstock Rodagon 5.6/105 5.6-32 6-4   6, 2-10 60x70 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 99.5 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon 5.6/135 5.6-32 6-4   6, 2-10 90x120, 4"x5" Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 128 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon 5.6/150 5.6-45 6-4   6, 2-10 90x120, 4"x5" Y   M50x0.75 M52x0.75 146 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon 5.6/180 5.6-45 6-4   5, 2-8 130x180, 5"x7" Y   M50x0.75 M58x0.75 177 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon 5.6/210 5.6-45 6-4   4, 2-8 130x180, 5"x7" Y   M58x0.75 M67x0.75 201 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon 5.6/240 5.6-45 6-4   4, 2-8 180x240
8"x10"
Y   M72x1 M77x0.75 230 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon 5.6/300 5.6-45 6-4   4, 2-8 180x240
8"x10"
Y   M72x1 M86x1 283 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon 6.3/360 6.3-45 6-4   2.5, 2-8 240x300
10"x12"
Y   M90x1 M95x1 300 1995   [41]
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon 2.8/50 2.8-16 6-4   10 35 Y   Leica     1983   [3]
  Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon 4/80 4-22 6   8 60x70 Y   Leica     1989   [1]
  Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon 4/90 4-22 6-4     60x70 Y   Leica     1982   [69]
  Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon 4.8/180 4.8-32 6   6 4"x5" Y   58mm     1989   [1]
                               
  Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-N 2.8/45 2.8-16     15, 2-30 24x36 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 47.1 2004 discontinued approx 2004 [62]
  Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-N 2.8/50 2.8-16 6-4[40]   10[40], 2-20 24x36 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 46 1995 working aperture from F4 [38][40]
Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-N 4/75 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22[pc]     10, 2-10 60x60 Y[pc] 5[pc] 39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 68.7 1998[60] to
2008[54]?
Possibly introduced during Linos era for machine vision[tbc] [60][54][pc]
Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-N 4/80 4-22 7-5[40]   10[40], 2-15 60x70 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 77 1995 working aperture from F5.6 [38][40]
  Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-N 4/90 4-22     10, 2-15 60x70 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 93.5 2004   [62]
  Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-N 4/105 4-22 7-5[40]   6[40], 2-15 60x90 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 99.1 released
1990[55]
working aperture from F5.6 [38][40][55]
  Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-N 4/150 4-32 7-5   6, 2-15 9x12 or 4"x5" Y   M50x0.75 M67x0.75 144 released
1990[55]
working aperture from F8 [40][55]
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-D 2x 4.5/50       0.4-2.5 43mm
image circle
          2008   [61]
  Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-D 1x 4/75 4-22 6-4   1, 0.8-1.2 60x60 N   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 136.7
(at 1:1)
1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-D 2x 4.5/75 4.5-22 6-4   2, 1.2-2.5 60x70 N   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 109.4
(at 2:1)[62]
1995   [41][62]
  Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-D 2x 5.6/120 5.6-32 6-4   2, 0.5-3 4"x5" N   39x1/26 M52x0.75 172.9
(at 2:1)
  Already discontinued in 2004 [62]
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Rodenstock Eurygon 4/40 4-22 6-4   10 24x36     39x1/26     1983   [3]
  Rodenstock Eurygon 4/60 4-22 6-4     40x40     39x1/26     1983   [3]
Rodenstock Eurygon 4/80 4-22 6-4   10 60x90     39x1/26     1983   [3]
                               
                               
  Rodenstock Rodagon-WA 4/40 4-22 6-4   10, 4-20 24x36 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 36.5 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon-WA 4/60 4-22 6-4   8, 4-15 60x60 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 55.5 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon-WA 4/80 4-22 6-4   8, 4-15 60x90 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 77 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon-WA 5.6/120 5.6-45 6-4   6, 4-15 90x120, 4"x5" Y   M50x0.75 M52x0.75 116.4 1995   [41]
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Rodenstock Rodagon-G 2.8/50 2.8-16 6-4   25, 15-50 24x36 Y   39x1/26 M40.5x0.5 47 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon-G 5.6/105 5.6-45 6-4   20, 10-40 60x90 Y   M50x0.75 M40.5x0.5 100.3 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon-G 5.6/150 5.6-45 6-4   20, 10-40 90x120, 4"x5" Y   M50x0.75 M49x0.75 141.8 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon-G 5.6/210 5.6-45 6-4   20, 8-30 130x180, 5"x7" Y   M72x1 M67x0.75 179.5 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon-G 5.6/240 5.6-45 6-4   20, 8-30 130x180, 5"x7" Y   M72x1 M77x0.75 230.6 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon-G 5.6/300 5.6-45 6-4   20, 8-30 180x240
8"x10"
Y   M90x1 M86x1 253.3 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon-G 6.8/360 6.8-45 6-4   20, 8-30 180x240
8"x10"
Y   M90x1 M105x1 304.2 1995   [41]
  Rodenstock Rodagon-G 8.4/480 8.4-64 6-4   20, 8-30 240x300
10"x12"
Y   M110x1 M112x1.5 412 1995   [41]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Ross Resolux 3.5/5cm or 2" [56] 1, 2, 4, 8, 16[pc] 4-3[36] Tessar[36]   24x36[56]
/50°[36]
N[pc]   39[56]     1954[56]   [pc][36][56]
Ross Resolux 4/9cm or 3 1/2" [56] 1, 2, 4, 8, 16[pc] 4-3[36] Tessar[36]   60x60[56]
/50°[36]
N[pc]   39[56]     1954[56]   [pc][36][56]
Ross Resolux 4/11cm or 4 3/8" [56] 1, 2, 4, 8, 16[pc] 4-3[36] Tessar[36]   60x90[56]
/50°[36]
N[pc]   39[56]     1954[56]   [pc][36][56]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Samigon 3.5/35 3.5-16 3     16     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Samigon 3.5/50 3.5-16 3     35     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Samigon 3.5/75 3.5-16 3     60x60     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Schneider Kreuznach Xenar 3.5/60   4-3 Tessar     N[pc]   M25x0.5[pc]       Taking Lens [pc][18]
  Schneider Kreuznach Xenar 3.5/75 3.5, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 4-3[18] Tessar[18]   60x60 N[pc]   M25x0.5   71.3   Taking Lens [pc][18][19]
  Schneider Kreuznach Xenar 3.5/100   4-3[18] Tessar[18]   65x90 N[pc]   M32.5x0.5 M40.5x0.5 96.2   Taking Lens [pc][18][20]
                               
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Soligor 3.5/50 3.5-16 4     35     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Soligor 3.5/75 3.5-22 4     60x60     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Soligor 4.5/90 4.5-22 3     60x90     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Soligor 4.5/105 4.5-16 3     3 1/4"x4 1/4"     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Soligor 4.5/135 4.5-22 4     4"x5"     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Spiratone 2.8/50 Resomax 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16 6[1]       N 8 Leica     1984[66] Made in Japan by unknown maker [pc][66][1]
                               
  Spiratone 3.5/35 3.5-16 3[67]     half 35mm     Leica     1989   [1][67]
  Spiratone 3.5/50 3.5-16 3[67]     35     Leica     1989   [1][67]
  Spiratone 3.5/75 3.5-16 3[67]     60X60     Leica     1989   [1][67]
  Spiratone 4.5/90 4.5-22       60x70     Leica     1989   [1]
  Spiratone 4.5/150 4.5-22 3[67]     4"x5"     Leica     1989   [1][67]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Taylor Hobson Ental 3.5/50 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 4-3[36] Tessar[36]   24x36
/50°[36]
N   1.25" R.P.S.
(24tpi[44])
  1.8" 1954   [36][43][44]
Taylor Hobson Ental 4.5/80 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 4-3[36] Tessar[36]   60x60
/50°[36]
N   1.25" R.P.S.
(24tpi[44])
  2.8" 1954   [36][43][44]
  Taylor Hobson Ental 4.5/108 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 4-3[36] Tessar[36]   65x90
/50°[36]
N   1.5" R.P.S.
(24tpi[44])
  3.8" 1954   [36][43][44]
Taylor Hobson Ental 4.5/5" 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 4-3[36] Tessar[36]   80x110
/50°[36]
N   1.5" R.P.S.
(24tpi[44])
  4.6" 1954   [36][43][44]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Vivitar VHE 5.6/80 5.6-22 6     60x60     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Vivitar VHE 5.6/100 5.6-45 6     60x90     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Vivitar VHE 5.6/135 5.6-45 6     90x120     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Vivitar VHE 5.6/150 5.6-45 6     90x120     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Voss 3.5/25 3.5-16 4   10 110 film     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Voss 3.5/38 3.5-16 4   10 126 film     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Voss 3.5/50 3.5-16 3   5 35     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Voss 3.5/75 3.5-22 3   4 60x60     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
  Voss 4.5/90 4.5-22 3   3 60x90     Leica     c. 1980   [67]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
  Wollensak Enlarging Raptar 4.5/2"-12"   4-3 Tessar   50° N[pc]         1950's A generic description of the Enlarging Raptar lenses [pc][36]
  Wollensak Enlarging Raptar 4.5/2"(50mm)   4-3[36] Tessar[36]   1 1/4"x1 5/8"
[47]
N[pc]         1950's Coated[47] [pc][36][47]
  Wollensak Enlarging Raptar 4.5/3"(75mm)   4-3[36] Tessar[36]   2 1/4"x2 1/4"
[47]
N[pc]         1950's Coated[47] [pc][36][47]
  Wollensak Enlarging Raptar 4.5/3 1/2"(90mm)   4-3[36] Tessar[36]   2 1/4"x3 1/4"
[47]
N[pc]         1950's Coated[47] [pc][36][47]
  Wollensak Enlarging Raptar 4.5/4"(101mm)   4-3[36] Tessar[36]   2 1/4"x3 1/4"
[47]
N[pc]         1950's Coated[47] [pc][36][47]
  Wollensak Enlarging Raptar 4.5/5"(127mm)   4-3[36] Tessar[36]   3 1/4"x4 1/4"
[47]
N[pc]         1950's Coated[47] [pc][36][47]
  Wollensak Enlarging Raptar 4.5/5 5/16"(135mm)   4-3[36] Tessar[36]   4"x5"[47] N[pc]         1950's Coated[47] [pc][36][47]
  Wollensak Enlarging Raptar 4.5/6 3/8"(162mm)   4-3[36] Tessar[36]   4"x5"[47] N[pc]         1950's Coated[47] [pc][36][47]
  Wollensak Enlarging Raptar 4.5/7 1/2"(190mm)   4-3[36] Tessar[36]   5"x7"[47] N[pc]         1950's Coated[47] [pc][36][47]
  Wollensak Enlarging Raptar 4.5/8 1/4"(210mm)   4-3[36] Tessar[36]   5"x8"[47] N[pc]         1950's Coated[47] [pc][36][47]
  Wollensak Enlarging Raptar 4.5/9 1/2"(241mm)   4-3[36] Tessar[36]   6 1/2x8 1/2"
[47]
N[pc]         1950's Coated[47] [pc][36][47]
  Wollensak Enlarging Raptar 4.5/11 7/8"(302mm)   4-3[36] Tessar[36]   8x10"[48] N[pc]         1950's Coated[48] [pc][36][48]
                               
Wollensak Graphic Raptar 4.5/3"(74mm)           N 9         Coated[pc]
Possibly identical to Enlarging Raptar[tbc]
[pc]
Wollensak Graphic Raptar 4.5/3 1/2"(90mm)           N 9         Coated[pc]
Possibly identical to Enlarging Raptar[tbc]
[pc]
Wollensak Graphic Raptar 4.5/7 1/2"(192mm)           N           Coated[pc]
Possibly identical to Enlarging Raptar[tbc]
[pc]
                               
Wollensak Enlarging PRO Raptar 4.5/3 1/2"
(90mm)
4.5, 5.6 ,8 ,11 ,16 ,22 ,32[pc] 6-4 Plasmat     N[pc]         1950/60's Coated[47] [pc][12][47]
Wollensak Enlarging PRO Raptar 5.6/4"(101mm) 5.6 ,8 ,11 ,16 ,22 ,32[pc] 6-4 Plasmat     N[pc]         1950/60's Coated[47] [pc][12][47]
Wollensak Enlarging PRO Raptar 5.6/4 1/2"
(114mm)
5.6 ,8 ,11 ,16 ,22 ,32[pc] 6-4 Plasmat     N[pc]         1950/60's Coated[47] [pc][12][47]
Wollensak Enlarging PRO Raptar 5.6/6 3/8"
(162mm) [46]
5.6 ,8 ,11 ,16 ,22 ,32[46] 6-4[12] Plasmat[12]     N[46]         1950/60's Coated[47] [12][46][47]
Wollensak Enlarging PRO Raptar 5.6/7 1/2"
(190mm)[39]
5.6 ,8 ,11 ,16 ,22 ,32[39] 6-4[12] Plasmat[12]     N[39]         1950/60's Coated[47] [12][39][47]
                               
                               
                               
  Make Model/Aperture/Focal Length Aperture Range Lens
Construction
E-G[a]
Type[b] Optimum Mag.
and/or
Mag. Range[c]
Negative Size/
Coverage[k]
Illuminated
Aperture[j]
Y/N
Number of
Aperture
Blades[l]
Mounting
Thread[d]
Filter Screw
Thread[e]
Flange Focus
Distance
at Infinity[i]
Approximate
Date/Period[f]
Special Attributes or Comments[g] References[h]
                               
Yashica 3.5/40 3.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16         N 6 M39x1 M40.5x0.5[tbc]       [16]
                               



 

Explanatory Notes
[a] Lens Construction is stated in E-G (Elements-Groups) format if known, or a single digit if only the total number of elements is known but the construction is unknown, or blank if not known.
[b] The lens Type will only be stated in this table if it has actually been stated by the manufacturer.
[c] Optimum Mag. (Magnification) and/or Mag. (Magnification) Range will be stated (if known) in the format Optimum Magnification followed by Magnification Range where both are known, eg. 10, 3-35.
[d] The Mounting Thread is the thread at the base of the enlarging lens used to attach the lens to an enlarger or any other device such as bellows, helicoid or adapter and is stated in millimetres unless stated otherwise.
Leica = M39x26tpi (threads per inch) and is also referred to as Leica Thread Mount or LTM. The Leica thread is interchangeable with M39x1 for all practical purposes.
[e] Not all enlarging lenses have a front thread. If the thread size is known it will be stated in Millimetres, left blank if not known, or stated 'None' if it is known to not have a front thread at all.
[f] The approximate period that the lens was sold, often sourced from advertising material in magazines and is only given as a guide.
[g] Special Attributes, intended applications, comments or points of difference.
[h] The Reference or source for the information in this table will be stated wherever possible in the References listed below.
[i] The Flange Focus Distance at Infinity describes the distance from the lens mounting flange (at the base of the enlarging lens) to the image plane (ie the film or sensor plane) when the lens is focused at Infinity. The measurement is given in millimetres unless stated otherwise.
[j] An Illuminated Aperture is a useful feature when a lens is used in an enlarger but it is a potential disadvantage when the lens is used as a taking lens. The aperture dial window allows stray light to enter the lens and cause veiling flare, reducing image contrast. It is normally easy to fix or cover with tape or similar.
[k] Negative Size is described in millimetres unless stated otherwise. Coverage is stated in degrees (°).
[l] The Number of Aperture Blades is stated if known. Apertures with very few blades can create geometric shapes that are poor approximations of a circles whilst apertures with many blades often create very good approximations of circles. A non circular aperture may contribute to an out of focus specular highlight that is distracting or to harshness in Bokeh in general. Conversely apertures that are circular also create circular out of focus specular highlight which are potentially less distracting. However a perfectly circular aperture is no guarantee of smooth Bokeh as Bokeh is largely determined by lens design.


 

References
[tbc] To Be Confirmed. The information has not been confirmed by a credible source.
[pc] Photo Cornucopia. Measured or personally observed by the Author.
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[3] "Enlarger Survery", Darkroom '83 Photoworld Buyers Guide, (1983): 74-76
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http://www.fsdistribution.biz/index.php?l=meopta
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[6] Hindaphoto Inc. Komura Facts. USA. nd
also
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also
"Fujinon EX Enlarging lenses", http://photocornucopia.com, accessed December 27, 2014
http://photocornucopia.com/1056.html
[12] C. B. Neblette, Photographic Lens Manual and Directory (New York, N.Y.: Morgan and Morgan, Inc., Publishers, 1960), 30
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[14] Burleigh Brooks Optics Inc., Computar, (New Jersey, Burleigh Brooks Optics Inc., 1977)
[15] Burleigh Brooks Optics Inc., (1979)
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[17] Merkuria, Anaret Meogon (Praha 7, Merkuria, nd)
also
"
Meopta Anaret and Meogon Enlarging Lenses
", http://photocornucopia.com, accessed April 19, 2015
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[27] Hoya Corporation, Hoya Super Enlarging Lens (Japan, Hoya Corporation, nd)
[28] Minolta Camera Co., Ltd., C.E. Rokkor-X Lenses For Enlargers (Japan, nd)
[29] Dallmeyer, Dallmeyer Enlarging Anastigmat Lenses (Great Britain, Dallmeyer, nd (possibly D/2349))
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NOTE, this is an earlier version of the Nikon EL-Nikkor Instruction Manual with a slightly different line of lenses to that in [34]
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NOTE: The original source of the above pdf was not recorded so the exact source can not be stated except that it is believed to be the US/English Rodenstock Photo web site which still shows a similar pdf in it's 'archive' section but one that was updated and shows a slightly different and smaller range of lenses. This later version of the pdf can be found below in reference number [38].
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[40] (Rodenstock) Precision Optics Devision, Apo-Rodagon-N (Munchen, Optische Werke G. Rodenstock, 1995)
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[49] Gee Richard, "Trade and Technical News", The Photographic Journal Volume 115, No 1 (1975): 240
[50] Pelling+Cross, Tominon EL, (London, Penblade Publishers Limited, 1980)
Pelling+Cross, "Tominon EL", The Photographic Journal Volume 120, No 1 (1980): 104
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[56] Ross Ensign Ltd., Ross London Lenses (London, Henry Greenwood & Co., Ltd., 1954)
Ross Ensign Ltd., "Ross Ensign Designers Report", The British Journal Photographic Almanac 1954, (1954): 65-72
[57] Staff, Kodak Data Book: Kodak Lenses Shutters And Porta Lenses (USA: Eastman Kodak Company, Third Edition 1948), 60
[58] Durst AG, Durst Enlarging Lenses (Bolzano/Italy, Durst AG, nd)
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[63] Wagner Wholesale Photographics, Does Your Lens See As Rodenstock Does (Sydney, The Globe Publishing Co. Pty.Ltd., 1977)
Wagner Wholesale Photographics, "Does Your Lens See As Rodenstock Does", Australian Photography Photo Directory 1977, (1977): 210
[64] "Photographic Lenses", Australian Photography Photo Directory 1971, (1971): 188-192
[65] R.H. Wagner & Sons Pty. Ltd., there's no exaggeration about Rodenstock definition (Sydney, The Globe Publishing Co. Pty.Ltd., 1971)
R.H. Wagner & Sons Pty. Ltd., "there's no exaggeration about Rodenstock definition", Australian Photography Photo Directory 1971, (1971): 187
[66] Joseph P. Fesce, "Just Out", Popular Photography Volume 91 No 1 (1984): 150, 166
The lens was introduced as a new item with little, if any, technical details given.
[67] "Annual Enlarging Lens Buying Guide", Darkroom Photography Volume 2 No 1 (Jan/Feb 1980): 50-56
[68] "Photographic Lenses", Australian Photography Photo Directory 1989, (1989): 142-143
[69] BMC Rodenstock Division, Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon (USA: Berkey Marketing Companies, 1982)
From a scanned (pdf) pamphlet/marketing material
   


 

     
   

 

     
 
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