Collinear

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The Collinear is a lens designed and made by Voigtländer (also spelled Kollinear on some lenses).[1] It is a symmetrical double Anastigmat comprised of six elements in two groups.[2]


Table 1 Coverage of the Voigtländer Collinear f/6.3[3]

Focal
Length 
Covers
Wide Open  
Covers Fully
Stopped Down    
Compur
Shutter
75mm 4½ x 6 6 x 6 00 normal
90mm 6½ x 9 9 x 9 00 normal
105mm 8½ x 10 9 x 12 0 normal
120mm 9 x 12 10 x 15 0 normal
132mm 10 x 13 13 x 18 0 normal
150mm 12 x 15 15 x 20 I normal
165mm 12 x 16½ 16 x 21 I R3
180mm 13 x 18 18 x 24 I R 3
200mm 15 x 10 21 x 27 II R 4
250mm 18 x 24 21 x 27 II R 5
310mm 24 x 30 27 x 35 III R 8
370mm 27 x 35 30 x 40 IV R 10
440mm 30 x 40 35 x 45
520mm 35 x 45 45 x 55

Notes

  1. Based on dating some camera models, such as the Alpin, it would appear that the spelling Kollinear is the late 1920s spelling.
  2. The technical drawing is taken from Photo-Sport (Paris) Catalogue 1930, p44.
  3. Voigtländer Objektive. Katalog 1927. Voigtländer & Sohn AG, Braunschweig. p.21


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