Hugo Meyer Gorlitz Satz Plasmatlinese Convertible lens,1:8f=32cm, 1:11f=47cm Set

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Where can I find info on this lens? Do I simply switch the elements to get the two focal lengths?

I have a 4X5 technical camera but I think this is for a larger format camera. I was looking for a telephoto. I may be in over my head.

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http://www.ihagee.org/Lenzen/HMG5-193X-SatzPlasmat.pdf

The catalog says that when the cells are used together the f/11 goes in front of the shutter, the f/8 goes behind the shutter.

It is a triple convertible lens. Each cell can be used by itself or the two can be used together. The two together should give 223/4.5. Single cells and the set cover at least 5x7.

Telephoto? Long focus yes, single cells' back focus usefully shorter than focal length, no.
 
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