I am looking for a wider lens for my 5x7, with the Nikkor 120 F/8 currently in the lead. However, Rodenstock's 180 F5.6 Macro (I like to get close to some objects) seems to be interesting as well; I realize there is a significant difference in viewing angle between the two. The spec's on the Rodenstock indicate that the closer to the object being photographed the camera is, the larger the imaging circle - 1:5 has 302mm, 1:1 has 415mm, 2:1 has 565mm which leads to my question - can this lens cover 5x7 at infinity? As in, if I wanted to use this lens (or any other large-format macro lens) for some landscape work, is there enough coverage? Also, is the lens designed for a more "flat" photographic subject than such a "deep" subject as landscape? I use my Nikon 60mm Micro on 35mm as the regular walk-around lens as it gives great colours and it allows me to switch into macro mode instantly - can a large format lens do the same? Thanks.