Godfrey I shall be doing the same henceforth thank you for your information.
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Right now, framing is guesswork through the WLV or PME. I have the acute matte with 44x33 markings on order to regain the full classic 500 workflow.Question for all of you using the CFVII 50c on a V series camera.
Are you checking the screen on the back prior to capture or are you trusting what you see thorugh the viewfinder (waist, 45 or 90 finders) for proper framing? Are you using the mask or getting the Acute-matte screen with the markings for the 50c to help with framing? I guess the real question is how different is your workflow with this back on a V series camera? Thank you for your thoughts in advance.
I guess I don't use DOF Preview all that much because I hadn't noticed at all.Guys: is this an incredible oversight on Hasselblad‘s part or does the 907X have no facility for depth-of-field preview at all?
If I did not already have the CFV-50c, I would buy the back.I don't think I will ever buy one of these, but it's certainly a super sexy piece of kit. So compact with the 45P, pretty sweet.
Good that you did that Godfrey.I wrote him a note in the youtube comments. It seemed he completely missed the use of the Shift button to change the Control Dial mode ...
Indeed... unsurprisingly, his biggest criticism!I wrote him a note in the youtube comments. It seemed he completely missed the use of the Shift button to change the Control Dial mode ...
I haven't received mine yet but if the shift button is really close to the control dial it should be quite manageable - but I have to have it in my hands to try.To me, to use the right hand for both control dial and shift button feels utterly unergonomic. What do you reckon?