Thank you! Curious what you're using to shoot your LCC frames with? Also, what is your approach with the +3? Do you just only take 3 shots, then back out and shoot 3 LCC frames, then continue the process? I've been trying to figure out a good workflow myself. It's getting tedious doing 1 LCC + 1 real frame (and repeat). I've also started printing out an excel sheet I made to write down the file # and the shift and corresponding LCC file #..Here are some test files people can play around with if they want....
CFVII, Alpa 12 Plus, 40 HR, and 70HR. There's a series of -15mm, 0, +15mm shift (no rise/fall) and -15mm, 0, 15mm (+5mm rise...or -5mm? can't remember) for each lens. Electronic shutter used on the back, each lens was maybe at f8? Remote used with the back for capture. Body leveled according to spirit levels on the 12 Plus.
The corresponding LCC frame for each shot is the filename of the original shot +3....so if the original capture was xxx1.fff, the corresponding LCC shot is xxx4.fff.
I think for whatever reason I did 15mm and not 20mm but it could be 20mm too. Would be nice if we could enter the data manually via the back.
Not a scientific test or anything and the light was changing pretty fast. Have not tried to do any shimming or anything with the back yet to make sure infinity focus is spot on either (each lens was at infinity).
Feel free to post your results in this thread or elsewhere on GetDPI, just please credit me for the capture if you do. Please ask for permission if you post them anywhere else