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Here is a simple portrait taken with the 110/2 on my 205FCC/CFV at about 2 to 3 meters in natural light in a room with glass walls and ceiling. I shot it handheld with an F-stop of 5.6 and a shutter speed of 1/180 sec.
If I study the full digital image at 100% in PhotoShop, I can see that the eyes are in the middle of the plane of DoF, the eyebrows are tack sharp, the tip of the nose is just starting to be out of focus and, at the other end, the ears are slightly out of focus. In the middle of the DoF everything is so sharp that I can read the brand name on the buttons on the shirt.
"And what about asking the administrator to creat a new list for V-digital back. "
I agree that these topics do not fit easily into the current forum structure. In fact, I started a thread in the "how to improve this forum" section where, after some discussion, we suggested a much simpler structure for the whole Hasselblad area. Just 3 forums:
- Hasselblad V System
- Hasselblad H System
- Hasselblad XPan
That thread seems to have been ignored by the forum management.
The best Hasselblad Proshade to use with all of these lenses is the 6093/6093T (3040739).
You need the bayonet 70 adapter ring (3040744) for the 110 mm, and the 93 adapter (3040746) for the 50 mm.
It's difficult to use a compendium with a zoom lens: its length needs to be adjusted every time you change the focal length.
But that's better than having a too short shade for most of the zoom's focal lenght range.
You need the same 93 mm adapter you need for the 50 mm to mount the shade on the 60-120.
QG, when using the Proshade, is one meant to put the slide on the actual markings on the track or immediately before or after the markings (focal length labels). Does this differ by version of Proshade?