Finally got a chance today for my first test of my RhinoCam with my newly arrived used Hasselblad-V 80mm lens (after the clouds lifted a bit here in Seattle) mounted on my NEX 5n. I photographed the house and lawn across the street. (No photo attached.) I took a similar picture with my somewhat equivalent 28mm Nikon (35mm film) lens mounted on my Sigma D15 DSLR. As I had lots of previous experience with the Fotodiox shift adapter for my m4/3 Panasonic Lumix (with 35mm film lens), the principle and operation of the RhinoCam were not entirely foreign to me. Anyway, as was to be expected, the definition of the stitched RhinoCam image was far sharper in detail than the DSLR image, but in other regards color was comparable. However, I process most all my images with DxO, which may be the primary reason for the color compatibility. Anyway, much more experimentation must occur, but so far I'm quite satisfied with this brief, initial trial of the RhinoCam. One initially experienced disparity was that I seemed to need to focus the picture on the LCD of the attached NEX, as the focus distance markings on the Hasselblad lens themselves didn't match up. Of course, I need to investigate this apparent disparity further.