Bronica RF645 100mm or 135mm - accuracy??
Just a few qns about the longer lenses.
I am considering getting an RF645...........Any of you had experience with the 135 and 100 lenses? I am unsure as to whether getting a 135 and getting the lens matched to the individual (135 framed) body would be the way to go or get a 100 framed body and the 100mm lens. I would perhaps prefer the 135 focal length for portraits but am more concerned about reliable focus. I have heard that the 100 is a great lens and that it focuses more accurately than the 135, however, has anyone had their 135 lens and body calibrated ( such as thru Robert White - who would not sell you the 135 lens unless you arranged for this to be done as he did not want customers complaining about soft images!)
Anyone know if the UK distributer still inserts 100mm frames free?
If the 100mm lens solved the focus probs, then why, when Tamron is continuing the RF645 and 45mm lens (and axing all other cams), has the 100mm lens been discontinued???
(Just now won a RF645 on ebay - a steal! Now to sell other stuff to pay for it......)
Any comments would be appreciated greatly,