Stitching multiple frames for high-resolution composites is a breeze with the Schneider PC-TS lenses.
The Schneider shift design produces parallax-free shifts and thus requires no special work to assemble the frames.
Fantastic! This is a design I’ve been hoping to see for years move to other brands. But the Hartblei/Zeiss lenses were first to offer it, as far as I know.
There is no parallax because the front of the lens (entrance pupil) does not move for shifts; it is locked down via its tripod-mounting foot
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