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New Emil Busch Glaukar 3.1 portrait lens launched on Kickstarter

Last week I reported about a new “Petzval-like” portrait from a German company. Today the Emil Busch Glaukar 3.1 is officially launched on Kickstarter: In 1910, Emil Busch introduced the Glaukar, a fully corrected photographic lens, which besides solving spherical aberration, corrected coma and astigmatism was a “usable” lens. Unlike Rudolph’s Protar, which did not […]

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“Petzval-like” portrait lens to be announced next week by a new German company

I received this partial image of a new portrait lens that will be officially announced next week. The lens does have some similarities with the Lomography Petzval lens, but I was told that it will be produced by a new German company. The lens body is styled after a vintage brass lens but is actually […]

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