I'm working as an architecture photographer with a techcam system (Cambo Wrc400/cambo wds/35sk/sk47/sk72 /120sk / leaf aptusII 7 and Aptus22), well i'm happy with my system, and the quality of files...
But i need to add new techonology to improve my worklow (liveview,focus mask, usb3 for tablet tethering, better high iso, etc ...).
Let's say moving to an IQ 260 is far too expensive for me!
So i was thinking to stay with my system and add this A7R with few lenses...but i'm affarid that i've become a bit exigent on lenses.
I only need shift lenses, tilt is actually a plus, but maybe due to diffraction on thoses small sensor, this is going to be a need (what do you think?).
Are the canon tse, really up to 36mpx ?
I've seen many tilt shift adapatator on ebay...but which lenses would be up to the task? i need 24/35/50/90mm ...
how re corner perfomance?
Would you sell pictures for double pages, or A1 print with thoses lenses?
How is dealing with retrofocus and distorsion, in a professional workflow?
I know i'll have to test all this by myself, but to do it i will have to buy things and if it doesn't fit my need then i'll have to sell them and loose quite a lot of money....
So, if some of you would be kind enough to share their experience and send me some rawfiles, with medium or large shift, it would help me a lot.