IPAN Panoramic Camera with 65mm Schneider Super-Angulon Multicoated f/5.6 Lens
This rangefinder camera from "National Gallery of ART" was originally design by Michael Lawton in mid 1970s limited to 50 copies from USA. This camera allow unusual image format of 1:4 aspect ratio for Panchromatic photography.
This camera consider complet custom 35mm panoramic camera for 4.3 inches length. Each roll of film can be used for 14 panoramic image with Schneider 65mm lens with helical mount focus and 1/500th sec fastest shutter speed. Tthe instructure of this camera is build very heavy and strong to perform unusual weather conditions.
SCHNEIDER SUPER-ANGULON MULTI-COATED 65MM F/5.6 OVER VIEW:
Schneider super-Angulon lens made in Germany for large format mount with maximum aperture 5.6 is designed for manual focus with excellent sharpness. This lens has been stopped from production line since the mid 1990s after multiple award-winning shot.
- 67mm filter thread
- coverage for 100 degrees
- created from six elements
- Five bladed diaphragms
- 13 286 159 PN
- No fungua or dust