|Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2007 4:49 pm Post subject:
|Yes - they combined back in 1985 - one company bought the other (I forget which).
One other little thing is that the lens maker 'Isco' was a subsidiary of Schneider-Kreuznach - set up to help increase production I believe.
Wonder if there's any truth in the belief that a B+W filter is best for German/Russian lenses while a Hoya is more suited to Japanese glass.....?
I've got two S-K lenses - Xenon 1.9/50 and Tele-Xenar 3.5/135.