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leitz pradovit CA 2500 lens change to Colorplan (now Elmaron 150 mm)

raf knockaert , Oct 22, 2005; 06:28 a.m.

Hello, I have a Pradovit CA 2500 with for the moment a Elmaron 2.8 150 mm lens. I want to change this lens for a Colorplan 90 mm. The Lens Tube (metal) has a diameter of 60 mm and sits in a plastic tube with slightly larger diameter, this plastic tube screws in the projector. Wich colorplan lens (diameter) will fit and do I have to change other parts (eg the aforementioned plastic tube)? Raf

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Roland Haid , Oct 22, 2005; 08:26 a.m.

I think you have to change the plastic tube (Stutzen: german) too. See below a chart from my CA1500 manual. Luckily, you don not have to change the condensor. All colorplans will fit in the Stutzen No. 37119.


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Michael B. Elmer , Oct 22, 2005; 02:28 p.m.

For the Ca 2502 the standard condensor 37 224 is for 50-150 mm lenses. The Tube (Stutz in German) nr. 37 121 is for 150 mm lenses, and for 35-120 mm lenses па42,5 mm (like the Colorplan or Colorplan-CF, both 2.5/90 MM) tube nr. 37 119 should be used.

This info is from Handbook of the Leica system 1983, p.- 137. It does not contain information on the Ca 2500, but probably the same applies.

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