jlw at June 18th, 2014 16:21 — #1
bwv812 at June 18th, 2014 17:17 — #2
Who wants a macro T/S lens? Sure, you can gain a bit of DOF through tilt, but it's still going to be pretty limited, while the shift will be almost useless since perspective correction and converging lines really isn't a big problem in macro.
gadgetphile at June 18th, 2014 18:48 — #3
As mentioned in PetaPixel's comments, if one were to adapt from a medium format lens to DSLR, or DSLR to mirrorless, you'd be able to recover that extra back flange distance and not be limited to macro. And going from medium format to FF or DX, or going from FF to DZ, you also get more usable shift.
But that requires changing the 3D printed model....
jlw at June 23rd, 2014 16:21 — #4
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