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Dear Riccardi Users & any knowledgeable Stargazers: the specs of the smaller, M63 Riccardi APO reducer say that it has a 42mm corrected field. Does it work well with full-frame cameras? I would like to use it on my 90/600 TS photoline APO. The bigger one would be quite tricky to mount:(. As for camera, 1st round I'd get a sony A7, but later on maybe a large mono CCD/CMOS when they become more affordable.
I was wondering if the smaller, M63 thread Riccardi reducer is enough to light up a full-frame sensor? I have a 90/600 apo and intend to use the reducer with all kind of cameras I encounter, Sony A7, monochrome CCD, etc. I expect this piece of glassware to be a (very?) long-term tenant in my gearbox:). According to specs (42mm field diameter), it should cover the frame. Does anyone using this reducer?