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Re: Nothing new from Olympus at Photokina, but...

Originally Posted by RobEW View Post
4mm fisheye! Can't imagine how wide that is. Even the 7mm end of my (FT) 7-14 seems pretty extreme. The 4mm looks more like a paperweight or a crystal ball than a lens.

9mm shift sounds exciting too, for certain architecture images at least. (Not so bothered about tilt; can't think why I'd want it.)
I think I have this right, shift is for keystone adjustment & tilt is for plain of focus adjustment (as in 'tilting it'). Both would (could) be useful for architecture.
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