Rodagon Vs Componon
I have always been a fan of Rodenstock lenses , I use APO rodagon N lenses for 35mm and 6x6 but I don't have one for 4x5 as yet
I don't expect to find a 150mm Rodagon N any time soon but in my experience having the APO lens makes no difference unless your printing in colour.
I did however get a 150mm Schneider Componon lens with my Omega D2 enlarger , the lens did have a bit of fungus on the rear element but it has cleaned up very well and I can not see any marks on it.
I think this was an OEM lens as it has the Omega name on it .
It is a beautiful lens to say the least with an amazing aperture leaf set up with 20 or so blades
How do theses lenses stack up against a rodagon ?