Hi to you all.
This is my first post here at the forum but I`ve been reading it some time.
My name is Bruno and Im from Portugal.
I shoot mainly landscapes/seascape and people. But Im a big fan of architecture and interior shots, and I want to start doing them.
I have a 645df+ with Credo 40 but for this kind of subjects, its not good, no movements at all, as you know.
I also have a Wista m450 with 90mm and 150mm lens. I bought an adapter for my db but the crop factor is a big problem with those lens, but the worst of all is the size and weight, its tremendous. I love that combo for landscapes but its hard to work with it.
I`m almost decided to buy a tech camera, and for my budget I`m thinking on a Cambo WRS 1200 with Rodenstock 28 mm HR Digaron.
But before giving the step, because its not cheap I want to try first a wider lens for the combo that I already have. Which lens do you guys advise me to buy?
I dont want to spend a lot of money because its only for "tests", before buying the Cambo.
I found this one on ebay:
Rodenstock APO-Grandagon 35mm F4.5 Lens. Do you think will be enough wide for interiors. Will do stitching.
Sorry for my bad english
Thanks for your time