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08-04-2018, 04:50 PM - 1 Like   #16
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I don't see comments on one obvious thing to keep in mind: use the best lens you have or can lay hands upon. SFL will usually outperform a zoom, especially stopped down to roughly f6.3~f9.5. If you really want top a notch image, consider renting a 645 and an SFL lens of appropriate focal length, or alternatively, rent or borrow a K1 and use pixel-shift.

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Thank you all for sharing your knowledge with me. I am learning a lot from reading you guys comments. Now I feel l have a starting point to research which is very important to me. The client also willing to work with me so I will see where it goes.
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Good luck, I hope you come up with a solution acceptable to everyone involved.
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