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About Rodenstock 80mm

The lens type Rodagon, with brilliant reproduction over the whole scale range of conventional enlargers, has become the universal workhorse of both demanding amateurs and professionals in practical use.

The 6 element design guarantees the resolution of the finest details while maintaining a uniformly high contrast from the picture center to the edges. As the lens is nearly independent with regard to scale, top quality is ensured from mini-prints right up to high enlargements.

All Rodagon lenses are equipped with click-stop diaphragms which can be disabled for focal lengths from 28 mm to 135 mm and all lenses are provided with a pre-set aperture.

The excellent imaging quality of the Rodagon enlarging lenses is also utilized for close-up and macro shots. Here sharper results can be obtained than with macro lenses. As a focussing aid for shots with 35 mm, video or film cameras, Rodenstock offers the "Modular-Focus" with 25 mm of extension and straight-line movement.

Rodenstock 80mm Specifications

Recommended Film Format
6 x 7cm
Mount Thread size
M 39 x 1/26"
Aperture Range
Full/Half Click Stops
Yes /Yes
Filter Thread size
2-10X (6X)
Pre-Set Aperture
44.5mm x 50.0mm

Rodenstock 80mm Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers


Great lens


from Granville, OH

I'm firing up my darkroom after many years of neglect. A new lens for my 6X6 negatives is needed and Rodenstock Rodagons remain my preferred darkroom glass. Images snap into focus beautifully, and sharpness is always flawless, edge-to-edge. The f-stop detents click perfectly and never seem to wear out. You might pay more for a Schneider Componon, but I doubt anyone but a lab geek could detect any difference in image quality. A Rodagon is always money well-spent.

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