You probably remember this lucky purchase. Last weekend we finally managed to release the shutter of our Mamiya: these are the results. Two and a half complete failures, the rest of the images is tolerably recognizable.
Have a look at image #2 in row #1, and image #3 in row #2: here the effect of the shift lens can be seen rather well. The trick is to align the camera horizontally (!) and then to adjust the shift lens at an appropriate angle. The results are quite satisfying.
The two interior shots of St. Antonius (this is a free-hand photo with my Canon) eventually shows that this camera is well prepared for more ambitious architecture shots. Fine! :-)
(Any spots, dust etc. is due to our crappy scanner.)