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I am thinking of buying a Schneider Super Angulon for my newly acquired 8X10. The lens is single coated I don't think that will be a problem. However it does not come with a center filter. My concern is that with this lens it may have a less than suttle impact on the quality of my images. Can a person with some personal experience with this lens share some insight on this topic.
-- Johnny L. Johnson (email@example.com), October 21, 1999
Excuse the subtle spelling error above. Oh yes the lens in question is the 165mm f8 hope thats more helpful.
-- Johnny L Johnson (JayJohnson@w-link.net), October 21, 1999.
Check here: http://www.schneideroptics.com/large/super_angulon/daten.html
-- Ron Shaw (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 22, 1999.
I use several of Schneider ND center filters on their lenses, and although they cost as much as most lenses, they perform wonderfully, be sure to buy the right one, and I find that the recommended stops offered by the directions have been right on.. 1.33 stops to 2.0 for the 90mm. In 8x10, the ND filters I consider mandatory... in 4x5, if I use movements, they are a must!
-- Bill Glickman (Bglick@pclv.com), November 01, 1999.
The SA 165mm is a mighty fine lens.
You didn't mention concern for weight and size. If they are importantyou might want to consider the Schneider 150mm XL.
-- Roger Urban (Roge.G.Urban@ucm.com), November 05, 1999.