[Older material, but still relevant]. Shift lens performance of Nikon/Canon/Schneider/Olympus on various cameras..
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[Archive] In-depth review on the Nikon D2x of the Nikon 28mm f/3.5 PC-Nikkor, Nikon 28mm f/4 PC-Nikkor and the Schneider 28mm f/2.8 PC-Super-Angulon. Flare, distortion, color fringing, color rendition, sharpness, ergonomics, aligmnent, sample variation..
Tilt/Shift by Schneider for Canon and Nikon and other brands..
- Schneider PC-TS Lenses for Canon/Nikon/Sony/Pentax
- Schneider PC-TS Super-Angulon 50mm f/2.8
- Schneider PC-TS MAKRO-SYMMAR 90mm f/4.5 HM
- Introduction to Tilt/Shift
- Ergonomics and Design
- Bokeh, 90mm
- Examples, 90/4.5 (Sierra Nevada)
- Using Tilt to Isolate (Aero), 90mm
- Using Tilt With Architecture (Columns), 90/4.5
- Using Tilt With Architecture (Railing), 90/4.5
- Using Tilt For Special Effects, 90/4.5
- Tilt Rotation Accuracy, 90/4.5
- Diffraction from f/4.5 - f/32, 90/4.5
- Higher Resolution from Stitching Multiple Frames, 90/4.5
- Image Quality Shifted (Yosemite), 50/2.8
- Image Quality at Maximum Shift, 90/4.5
- Correcting Converging Verticals with Shift, 90/4.5
Wide angle tilt/shift lens at 28mm..
- Overview of Schneider PC-TS Super-Angulon 28mm f/4.5 HM Aspheric
- Ergonomics of PC-TS Super-Angulon 28mm f/4.5 HM Aspheric
- Movements of PC-TS Super-Angulon 28mm f/4.5 HM Aspheric
- Aperture Series: Maple Trees at Close Range, 12mm Fall (D810)
- Aperture Series: Drive Train and Chromatic Correction, 12mm Shift (D810)
- vs Nikon 28mm f/4 PC: Church Vertical, 10mm rise (D810)