It will be interesting to do a side by side comparison between the P65+ and the H4D-60 (and the Leica S2) and see if there are any noticeable differences...
This is a waste of time.
You will buy the Hassy whatever the results and keep claiming that it is the best thing since sliced bread, P65+ users will do the same, Leica S2 will keep believing in the superiority of their lenses while the new Pentax 645D owners will stay happy about the by far best price/quality ratio of their camera.
Thank you for your input, Bernard.
They might lend me a H4D-60 for the test, but I was thinking of doing the test when I have acquired my own.
As you have worked out, when I have bought an H4D-60, the results of the test are not likely to make me trade it in for a Phase!
And readers will conclude that I am biased in favor of the Hasselblad, so the Phase would need to be operated by someone who owns and appreciates one... could we find someone unbiased to write the summary?
It is difficult to make such a test useful, (even if there are significant differences between the cameras) for example for the few people who want their first MF system to be state of the art.
We would need to decide whether to compare digibacks or camera systems or what... I had envisaged comparing the 60 Mpx systems to 10*8 film and your pan-and-stitch technique, which I intend to use for some cylinder panoramas.
If we were to compare MF T/S cameras and Medium Format Digital View Cameras to large format cameras the results might be of interest to half a dozen LF users still thinking about switching to MFDVCs.