On 4/2/2023 1:35 PM, Mike Gordon via olympus wrote:
<<<Sorry to say I don't have a frog to blow the bubbles.
Stil, thanks for the update and look forward to more attempts at
bubbliciusness. Cooke Triplets are good bubblers, so as Moose stated, some
good ones are cheapish.
Careful, there, neither of my recent bubblers are Cooke Triplets. The Culminar, assuming it's a copy of the Leitz
Hektor, is vaguely like a Cooke, except the two positive end elements are not symmetrical and the center negative is a
cemented doublet. Probably right, as there are six reflections. And it's physically a close copy of the Leitz.
The Viv S1 35-85/2.8 has 12 elements in 9 groups.
What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
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