Well, if that is true, then I will have to take your advice and have a towing rig welded onto the back of the f-car or leave Alison at home.*g*You will not be the first one.
A digital tech is already common use with commercial photographers.
It remains to be seen whether that is a positive development for digital capture.
OMG.... tilt function. I feel a disturbed tilt-sensor in the distance..I have no first hand experience but this effect may be worth checking before taking the plunge.
That plunge is no too deep though. A Flexbody can be found around 1000 euro or 1500 USD.
That is what I was thinking. The shift across the sensor is linear(?) so, as opposed to wider optics, (38 mm Bio) is there an increased optical angle on the sensor?
My major interest with a flex body, however would be with the tilt function...
Well, this tilt-sensor remark is a bit of an insider joke. Juergen (jotloob) had the misfortune of getting a CFV that was displaying "tiltsensor error" on its display."OMG.... tilt function. I feel a disturbed tilt-sensor in the distance..
I don't know about that..but I am disturbed by the idea of having to take the back off and replace it, multiple times. It just seems that the chance of damage to an expensive component is markedly increased. That is why I was thinking about using a mini-notebook, Flexcolor, and live view for focusing.
Something similar:Well, this tilt-sensor remark is a bit of an insider joke. Juergen (jotloob) had the misfortune of getting a CFV that was displaying "tiltsensor error" on its display.
That said, I would myself be very wary indeed of (re)mounting a digiback all the time. My fantasy is vivid enough to see it end, sensor-down, on the edge of a Utah canyon or something similar.