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#1 Andreas Serafini

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Posted 20 November 2008 - 07:01 AM

Hello

I have a set of Cine Nikkors: 10mm f1.8; 25mm 1.4; 50mm f1.8 and 100mm f2.8. I used them a few years ago on a Beaulieu 16mm and I was pleased with the results.

I wonder if anybody has any information about the resolution of these lenses and their use with super 16 cameras. I read that the tele lenses are inspired to "Ernostar" scheme found in the Nikkor-P f2.5, which apparently was a really good lens, while the 10mm is inspired to the Angenieux retrofocus.

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Posted 08 December 2009 - 05:56 PM

Hello

I have a set of Cine Nikkors: 10mm f1.8; 25mm 1.4; 50mm f1.8 and 100mm f2.8. I used them a few years ago on a Beaulieu 16mm and I was pleased with the results.

I wonder if anybody has any information about the resolution of these lenses and their use with super 16 cameras. I read that the tele lenses are inspired to "Ernostar" scheme found in the Nikkor-P f2.5, which apparently was a really good lens, while the 10mm is inspired to the Angenieux retrofocus.

Cheers


I have some documents, let me have your email address please.
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Posted 14 December 2009 - 07:42 PM

Hello

I have a set of Cine Nikkors: 10mm f1.8; 25mm 1.4; 50mm f1.8 and 100mm f2.8. I used them a few years ago on a Beaulieu 16mm and I was pleased with the results.

I wonder if anybody has any information about the resolution of these lenses and their use with super 16 cameras. I read that the tele lenses are inspired to "Ernostar" scheme found in the Nikkor-P f2.5, which apparently was a really good lens, while the 10mm is inspired to the Angenieux retrofocus.

Cheers


I've read this on an ebay auction comment :
"The resolution power is amazing, a paper shows tests of cine nikkor 25mm f1.4 by Faculty of Medicine, University of Toyo in c1961 reveal it does 350lpp at center even wide open..."
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Posted 16 December 2009 - 06:43 AM

I've read this on an ebay auction comment :
"The resolution power is amazing, a paper shows tests of cine nikkor 25mm f1.4 by Faculty of Medicine, University of Toyo in c1961 reveal it does 350lpp at center even wide open..."


I have understood that it resolves 80lpm!!
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#5 Clem Maloney

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Posted 29 October 2010 - 07:27 PM

I have some documents, let me have your email address please.


I would also be very interested in this. I have sent you a message with my email address. If you have time, I would love a copy.
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