I guess for me, the Cambo Wide is very clunky. For every shot, I have to pre-create a custom gain file (to remove color cast); often two files if I shift right and left. Of course to do all of that, you have to be tethered which presents slowdown problems of it's own. So by the time you get everything set, you might have missed the the light dropping down behind the horizon; or severely limited the number of angles one could capture in that magic window when the light is at it's best. Interiors are a little better fortunately.
I guess what I'm saying is that I'm finding that the Cambo is "technical heavy" and robs serious time away from the "art". It just appears to me that a 28mm on the 645AFD would again allow for maximum on "art", minimum of "technical". And with PS stitching, it makes it even that much better. Does that make sense?
I don't own any glass for the Cambo, just the body/mount, so I'm not heavily invested yet. But it's always a pain to rent.
Jim - on your P45, have you experienced any color cast issues? How is that back on longer exposures for the architectural work? Thoughts of upgrading to the P45+?