Contaflex Teleskop

Discussion in '35mm Cameras and Accessories' started by Lee Rust, Dec 12, 2013.

  1. Lee Rust

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    I just got a Teleskop 1.7x auxiliary lens for my Zeiss Contaflex 1. There are no instructions, so I have a question: is any exposure compensation needed when this lens is fitted or does it work at the normal f2.8?

    Thanks.
     
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    No, no exposure compensation is needed. I've shot with this in the past, and the photos were very good. I was shooting in daylight with a ISO 200 film, so I was shooting at f/8 and smaller.

    You have the bracket that slides onto the front of the camera, right? That bracket also holds the stereo device.
     
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    Lee Rust

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    Mike, yes, I've got the mounting bracket and soon will get the Stereotar too.

    Thanks for your help.