Hi all. Long time viewer first time poster.
I've been shooting interiors with a H3DII 22 for the last 5 years. It has performed well with the right balance of speed and IQ.
I'm now shooting more architecture and looking for something wider than the blad 28mm with movements.
I've tried the Cambo with 28mm super digitar on a P45+. Incredible quality but much slower than the blad or 35mm. LCCs are also a pain as well as the increased noise at the edge of frame
I've also played with the Canon and TSE lens. 17mm TSE is wider than the 28mm super digitar and doesn't require LCCs. Very user friendly but with too much CA and not sharp enough.
MF dslr - user friendly but not wide enough
35mm dslr - very wide and user friendly but not sharp enough
Tech camera - incredible IQ but too slow and surprisingly not as wide as Canons 17mm TSE.
Anyone have a solution?