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Sorry to hear about your fpL and hope you get it back soon. I did the same thing a few years ago trying to mount an adapted Contax G 21mm with a protruding rear element on one of my Sony cameras that had a clip on sensor filter. Destroyed the filter but no damage to the sensor.I did something stupid with my fp L. I tried to put on the Russian Jupiter-12 35/2.8 on the fp but the the rear element was protruding to far in the camera and it damaged the low pass filter.
It is with Sigma at the moment for a new low pass filter. How stupid one can be! But the service is quiet nice from Sigma, I could talk directly with the thechnician and it will be repared. I am waiting now to hear how long it will take. I miss the camera already, real nice. And that while i just bought the tiny Laowa 14mm/f4 for it. Didn't get the chance to put it on the camera yet.
I forgot to ask you earlier about your experience with the TS-E 24mm lens. I did earlier shoot a lot with a tilt/shift on medium format, and I did like that experience. Do you find any issue with sharpness or other parameters with this combination?Backyard shot from my deck using the Canon TS-E 24/3.5 L II on the fpL. About 1.5 degrees tilt and two shots framed with rise/fall on the TS-E and stitched in LR Photomerge.