SeattleSpeedster wrote in post #19416939
I get electric aperture control using either the kipon or techart adapters.
These shots were handheld with enough light to get good shutter speed. I wasn’t paying much attention to it really. Same with vignetting.
Usually around 35mm or wider, the vignetting kicks in. Its bad on the 28 Otus for example.
Here is f4 example in Seattle
Thank you for the reply. So anything wider than 35mm is when vignetting becomes noticeable on EF lenses.
I read that Canon tiltshift lenses like the TS-E 17mm f/4L suffers little to none of this.
After my last reply I was looking on Facebook for local pricing of the GFX 50S II & GFX 100 when I stumbled upon a sale in the country I am right now.
Below is the year of release, model # & US$ vs ₱ price. Click link for details & freebies
2021 GFX 50S II $3,499 vs ₱198,990
2021 GFX 100S $5,999 vs ₱329,990
2019 GFX 100 $9,999 vs ₱399,990
2017 GFX 50S $5,499 vs ₱166,990
Using a forex of ₱56.03 = US$1.00 the converted ₱ price in US$ with freebies would be
2021 GFX 50S II $3,551.50
2021 GFX 100S $5,889.53
2019 GFX 100 $7,138.86
2017 GFX 50S $2,980.37
If you aren't aware of what "medium format (crop)" is here is a chart to compare the image sensor sizes of cameras you may be using.