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Schneider Wide Angle 28mm f/2.8 PC Super-Angulon Manual Focus SLR Lens for Canon EOS

 
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May 15, 2010 00:46 |  #1

I just saw this lens on B&H (external link) , Any review of this one out there ?


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May 15, 2010 00:52 |  #2

It's going to be good.

But IMO if you're prepared to spend two grand, you're better off getting a view camera and shooting film.


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May 15, 2010 05:42 |  #3

brownbugger wrote in post #10184099 (external link)
I just saw this lens on B&H (external link) , Any review of this one out there ?

For the same money as the Schneider, you can get the Canon 24 TSE Mark II (which will also tilt and shift in the same plane).


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May 15, 2010 06:17 |  #4

The 24mm TS-E II and the 17mm TS-E are no slouch either - and have tilt in addition to shift.




  
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May 15, 2010 07:55 |  #5

You could shoot Schneider glass on a view camera for a lot less than 2 grand, esp if you buy used. Schneider glass is as good as anything in existence.


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