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The Rodenstock Apo-Sironar Digital is cheaper yes. I've owned it for my 33 megapixel back but I was not pleased with the corner sharpness especially when shifted so I sold it and replaced it with a Schneider Digitar 35mm which performs much better.HI torger,
UHHH. This is a really good question. I mean the first one the: Rodenstock Apo-Sironar Digital. This is cheaper, isn't it?
Is there a difference between the two with a 40Mpix Back?
I'm a bit surprised that you care about tilt but not shift. Could you explain why?
Typically, wide angles don't need tilt as much. I do use tilt for my 35mm, but not nearly as often as for my longer lenses. The reason for this is that if you have the 35mm at standing height, and perhaps shifting up a bit the closest foreground will be far enough to not require tilt.