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Phase One vs TS-E lenses for Architecture

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I love my IQ160 back and the fact that it?s full frame and has the CCD color rendition. It?s been great for using in the studio and on location with strobes.

However, my work is shifting more towards architecture and interiors, and I?m at a lost on what I should do. It took a lot of time to save up for the IQ160, and I really don?t want to sell it, but I?m afraid I need to make some compromises and either sell it and buy a set of canon TSE lenses for my DSLR or find some other way to use my phase back without having a huge negative ROI due to buying additional equipment. The thought of paying out 10K more for an alpha setup is out of reach at the moment.

Just wanted to get some opinions from this group on what would be the smartest and least costly option for me. It would be great to get better perspective control in camera. Owning a phase has been a dream, but I?m worried on spending too much more due to ROI for my business. Are there cheaper options that allow movements with an IQ back?
Date: Sep 10, 2017   


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