Yeah, that makes sense. I tested my MF lenses using neopan at ISO 50, in 1+1 diluted D76 so I could get the maximum possible sharpness. Both lenses were sharpest at f/5.6, but f/8 was very close. I figured 35mm would be about 1/2-1 stop behind. Apparently not if that chart you posted is typical.
I haven't even bothered to test the LF lenses yet. Anything between f/11 and f/22 is so ridiculously sharp that it'll never matter for reasonable sized prints.
Originally Posted by MistaBernie
RZ67 with 90/180mm Sekor lenses, 120 and 220 and Polaroid backs, $800.. looks clean, do I try to wrangle it or what?
I haven't researched the RZ a lot, but that sounds a bit high to me unless it comes with the metered prism. If it does, it's an excellent deal, assuming those are the lenses you want.
EDIT: KEH price is $862 for that package (minus the polaroid back) with the waistlevel finder, $1041 with the prism, everything EX condition. I'd say buy it if it has the prism, don't buy it if it doesn't.Edited by foothead - 1/10/12 at 12:34am