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Hi Ray.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?
Thanks for the info, Carl!Hi Ray.
No issues using the 24mm TS-E on the fpL. Sharp and very nice for stitching panos. I use it with a Sigma MC-21 adapter on both my fpL and S1R.
MichielI 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.
One more image from the market.A few shots taken today at Steamboat Landing and the Ithaca Farmers Market using the Sigma fpL with the Sigma 20/2 DG DN lens. I just acquired the lens to complete my trio of little i lenses (20, 35, 90) in L mount.
Nice images. The Sigma lenses are a tremendous value and very capable, based on my experience with the Art series.A few shots taken today at Steamboat Landing and the Ithaca Farmers Market using the Sigma fpL with the Sigma 20/2 DG DN lens. I just acquired the lens to complete my trio of little i lenses (20, 35, 90) in L mount.
Sorry to hear about your bad luck . Hopefully the service is afordable .
We always live in a kind of "danger zone" when handling our equipment .
I suffer arthrosis in both hands (fingers) and therefore i have learned to be extremely carful when handling my photographic equipment .
All the best . Jürgen .