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ALPA HR Alpar 4.0/35 mm

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Rodenstock / ALPA HR Alpar 4.0/35 mm

Often we are asked at ALPA for the "raison d'être" of the HR ALPAR 35mm: A 35mm lens with 70mm image circle between a stellar 32mm and the extremely popular 40mm with 90mm image circle - Does that make sense? We think, yes! Combine it with an ALPA 12 TC and you have the ultimative, compact, lightweight, wide-angle travel camera.

HR ALPAR 35 mm - mobile and versatile

Often we are asked at ALPA for the "raison d'être" of the HR ALPAR 35mm: A 35mm lens with 70mm image circle between a stellar 32mm and the extremely popular 40mm with 90mm image circle - Does that make sense? We think, "Yes":

Thanks to its image circle of "only" 70mm, the HR ALPAR 35mm presents itself as very light and robust travel and hiking solution. Those photographers who use it appreciate it as a reliable and, above all, light and compact companion, dimmed to f8 even with modern digital backs. Therefore, it is not surprising that you see the HR ALPAR 35mm more often in front of an ALPA 12TC: This combination is similar in many cases as a KB-DSLR with a corresponding focal length (24mm), but allows capturing with resolutions up to 100MP and one outstanding momentum. The high initial light intensity of F4 allows CMOS backs to focus perfectly even under difficult lighting conditions.

ALPA Product ID - PID
Type HR 35
Price Estimate in CHF

Technical Details

ALPAR HR 35
Focal Length: 35 mm
Effective: 35.15 mm
Image Circle: 70 mm
Image Angle: 90°
Aequivalent @ 33x44 = 27 mm Aequivalent @ 40x54 = 23 mm
Optimal f-Stop Range: f5.6 - f8.0
Focusing Range: ∞ – 0.40 m/ 1.3 ft
v/h @ 33 x 44: 11 mm / 9 mm
v/h @ 40 x 54: 2 mm / 2 mm
Filter Size: M 67 x 0.75
Center Filter: Type
Lens Shades Type: E0 / A1