I am looking to purchase either Chiek's GX680 conversion or Stefan Steib's Mirex adapter (when it becomes available) and was just wondering how 35mm TS-E lenses compare to MFDB Rodenstock/Schneider lenses on a 645 digital back?
Relative to the individual formats that is?
So with Chiek's design, I see that you can do a front rise and then do a rear shift left/right. Similar to the movements that you can do with a film view camera or some of the Medium Format "view cameras". So I can see this being good for single shot captures, as well as stitching..
So I guess my question is all things being considered the same relative to the format, do they have similar image circles in their ability to rise/fall and shift etc etc
The second reason is, I assume that to get roughly the same resolution as one of the higher MFDB's, the Sony A7R will need a 2x stitch and then wondering how movements will be affected by this ie running out image circle after having done a 2 x stitch
I hope this makes sense, look forward to any of your thoughts and comments..