A really wide, tilt-shift lens would also be on my wish list. Jim
How technically challenging is this combination? I'm thing of image circle, distortion, CA etc.
I wonder whether it is something that might be designed and made in 6 months, a year, or never at all. So what's the likelihood of it ever happening? Are there any other lens / adapter combinations which could be practically used to the same effect, ideally without spending hours in PP?
(I'm just looking at compact view cams for interior PC / Scheimpflug, but a 28mm Mamiya lens would be a bit cheaper)
Thanks for any suggestions / answers.
EDIT: One thing I meant to mention: The 24XL was mentioned for the Cambo, but it only has an image circle of about 60mm at f11, so wouldn't really allow a lot (if any) shift on the Cambo, if you are using a 49x36mm sensor, which also requires an image circle of about 60mm. I had been looking at the 35xl, since, while it has a narrower field of view, should allow much greater usable shift (and tilt). The downside would be the field of view not being so wide.
Please correct me if this thinking is incorrect. I've not used view cameras, but am trying to understand their practical use. Thanks