this is my 1st post in this forum! I am happy to be here, so I can share with everybody my enthusiasm for photography!
May I introduce myself. I am a spanish photographer, mostly interested in cityscape and architecture. I do teach since many years ago as well.
I have worked with everything, from 4x5 and 8x10 (Sinar, Wista, Toyo, Arca-Swiss), back in the late 70's, to 5D, Leica M8, M9, M(240), MM, with Cambo Wide and Silvestri in between.
Now I work mainly with the MM and the 28 PC Super-Angulon.
But... I found this opportunity of a Leica S (006) at a very good price, and I could not resist, knowing that it would be a way of using shift wide angle lenses with this beautiful camera, in absence of a Leica shift wide angle lens.
And actually there is a way: the Zörk adapter (plus / minus 20 mm) in conjunction with the 6x7 45 mm Pentax lens. I know, a 35 mm would be better, but that is not possible...
And now my question: has anybody of you experience with this rig?
Thank you in advance for your answers!