just trying to get to a conclusion that i won't regret.
i'm starting to build a business as a architectural photographer and want to expand my arca rm3d equipment to the shorter end.
currently i'm using a h3d-39 back and the 43xl from schneider.
guy's comparison of the rodie 28 and schneider 28 started my desire to get that focal length. although i was already waiting for the availability of the 32hr-w.
the main problem is, that my back is coming into age (and the screen isn't usable for focus control) and i ogle with a leaf credo.
would like to have the credo60, but for now i could only afford the credo40.
which would not be a IQ-problem, but the crop factor. it would lead the rodie 32 act like my hc35 on my hasselblad. and i just wanted to go a little wider than that.
so i think it should be one in the 28mm range.
according to guy's test, both are great / both have their issues.
i would like the bigger IC of the sk28 but i'am afraid how it will work with my h3d-39 or with a future credo40 or even credo60 (credo80 isn't what i intend to have)
guy switched to the rodie, due to cast issues on his iq160. which would clean up with lcc.
guy if you are watching - have you ever tried the sk28 again with your iq140?
has anyone experiences with a hasselblad back and the sk28?
does the sk28 perform significantly better on 1,3 crop sensor in terms of color cast? although the pixel size is the same as the 60 mpx sensors?
how many mm in movement do you get on 1,3 sensor?
if the sk28 is too problematic, would it be better to have a rodie 28 with small movements or the 32 with large movements and stich to get the FOV if needed?
it seems i just can't get it right.