I want to thank you guys for the help so far with some initial questions relating to a technical camera. Collectively, you are a valuable resource.
I am trying to leverage my Credo 60 with a Cambo WRS1200 to replace my Canon 1Dx with a 24mmTSE to shoot some architectural interiors. This is a small part of my work but I want to grow it and do it right. So, I thought using the Credo 60 with a tech cam would be the ticket. So, on to the question...
I have a Credo 60. I have a Cambo WRS1200. I need a lens. Since this will be my initial foray into tech cam usage and I am limiting myself to architectural interiors, I identified a focal length between 40 and 50 to be most suitable for my use. This roughly correlates to a 35mm equivalent in the range of 24mm to 30mm.
I am not diving in completely with this. I want to stick a toe in to see if I like the process and the results. And the process I intend to use is as follows....
Vertical orientation of digital back for a tall image. Shift left, shift center, shift right. Stitch. Nice, resolute, chubby image. This is what I do with the 24mmTSE on my Canon (rail shift of camera in opposing direction).
This said, I have a friend that has a Rodenstock 45mm f4.5 APO Sironar Digital MC Copal 0 for sale. It has a green ring. Example photo attached.
My question is whether this will play nice with the Credo 60 and Cambo WRS1200.
I know there are better, more costly, alternatives, but I can get into this without selling the farm and I specifically want to know the pros and cons of this specific lens with this specific back with the vertical orientation framing and sideways shifts explained above.
Please offer any pros/cons comments relating to this.