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Yes, the lens OIS seems to work, but caused AF errors in several shots and sometimes would not allow AF at all. There is also heavy corner vignetting at focal lengths above 30mm and below 20mm in full frame mode. I used 35mm auto crop mode for the shots posted above.does the on lens IS on the Canon work with the GFX/Kipon?
Thank you for the photo with that particular lens and converter. It’s absolutely incredibly sharp, even at 1/2 second exposure. I’ve been wanting to buy that combo for years but could never pull the trigger. Also photo examples are hard to come by, so it was nice to see your photo.
I actually almost had sellers remorse today at an open day at my dealer. there was the 907X with the elusive 'pancake lens'.... so I picked it up and it felt very nice until I was told they still have delays of at least a month to order that 'tiny' lens. Glad I moved back to Fujifilm and Black Magic Designs. Lovely image here though...
Hasselblad X1D with XCD 45/4P at iso100 1/180 f6.8
Rising Super Flower MoonView attachment 185472
WRS 1250 | Zeiss 250 Superachromat | f/22 | +/- 10mm 2-image stitch | 30s Automated Frame Average
Stopping down the Superachromat to f/22 felt like sacrilege. While Phase One's automated frame averaging is terrific, moving headlights can pose a challenge. I needed to stop down to lengthen the exposure to eliminate artifacts from the streaming headlights on the bridge. C1's diffraction correction mitigated any damage done by my indiscretions...
HiBeautiful structure, what is its function?