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    Hartblei HCam, Canon 24 TS-E II, IQ180 - test shots

    Hi all -

    Did a few test shots this morning with this combo, and thought they would be worth sharing.

    It was in the mid 40's (that's around 110F) in the shade, so I hope you appreciate the effort here It's also pretty hazy here today, so not ideal conditions.

    Link below allows you to view each image at its full resolution. Thumbnail stack in the bottom left to jump between the 8 shots.

    f/4.0 > f/11 at 0 shift and 5mm up. Naming should be obvious!

    ISO 35. Default image is the f/4.0 with zero shift.

    Processing:
    Capture 1, individual LCC's for each image. All other settings untouched from default (140 sharpening, 1.3 radius, 1.0 threshold).

    Presentation:
    JPG (quality 10) image pyramid.

    Canon 24mm TSE, Hartblei HCam, Phase One IQ180

    Thoughts?

    Kind regards,

    Gerald.

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    Re: Hartblei HCam, Canon 24 TS-E II, IQ180 - test shots

    Looks very good Gerald, especially once you're up to F11. I used an HCam with a P45+ for a while and found the edges of the 24 TS-EII not that great. With the bigger chip of the IQ180, it could be an even bigger problem but you look like you've got a good copy of the lens there as the edges look pretty good. Is there a bit of moire in some of the screens on the lower apartments?

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    Re: Hartblei HCam, Canon 24 TS-E II, IQ180 - test shots

    Hi Richard -

    Yup, it's not too bad really when you consider what that lens was built for.

    f/11 is pretty good. Note the bottom left corner in the f/11 shifted shot though. I believe Stefan's lens mod would fix this.

    Re the moire - quite possibly. I haven't had a chance to look at these properly myself yet!

    Kind regards,

    Gerald.

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