|Posted: Mon Jan 01, 2018 5:42 pm Post subject: Re: Opemus 2 m39 lens plate
|Incidentally, there are two series of enlarging lenses available from Meopta for the Opemus. The Meogon f/5.6s are six-element designs and represent the best Meopta can provide. The Anaret f/4.5 lenses are low priced, and while not up to the performance of the Meogons, we found them perfectly adequate for non-critical work. Unfortunately these lenses fit no known thread other than those in Meopta lensboards, so if you want to use Schneider, Rodenstock or Nikkor enlarging lenses you'll have to order the proper lensboard when you order the enlarger.
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