Now I'm interested in architectural photography and as I gather the way to go is to use a technical camera.
This, because the optics are superior and you can make movements.
Now I gather that the Diameter of the new Dalsa-CCD in the H4d-60 measures 68 mm ... and since even the best Rodenstock lenses like the 23 HR only have an image circle of 70 mm ... so am I right that stitching and usind rise/fall is useless when using such a large sensor??
My question is: How then could one stitch multiple images with such a huge sensor?
The extreme wide-angle lenses from Schneider and Rodenstock do not have enough IC for large movements (the Schneider 24mm doesn't even have enough IC for very minor movements).
The wide angle lenses however (Rod-40, Schn-35/47) all have a lot of IC for movements and stitching.
Here is a color coded diagram I just made to illustrate this.
Lens circles for:
Schneider 47mm Digitar XL
Schneider 35mm Digitar XL
Schneider 28mm Digitar XL (unreleased)
Capture area for:
Phase One P65+ single frame
Phase One P65+ two-shot stitch (vertical frame: 15mm left/right)
Phase One P65+ four-shot stitch (horizontal frame: 20mm left/right with 15mm fall or 20mm rise)
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