I would guess that 2+2 or 3+1 = 4. Not too sure how one would do the parallax adjustment, though, except to use 3 since it will be fairly close
I didn't know there was a Rolleinar 4. I have a 1 and 2 for my 2.8E and know of the 3, but never heard of a 4. I use the #1 a lot and occasionally use the #2.
No math here. There's is actually a Rolleinar 4. I found it on ebay for peanuts in perfect condition. Based on the info I found it was part of a kit to shot Oscilloscopes' screens or something like that. It comes with its own parallax correction lens shown on the photo.
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