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> Austin, we've been over this. Film flatness is an issue; I've proven it > sufficiently to myself (and I believe myself in this objective test :-)). We've gone around on this, all people do is make the claim, but NO ONE has substantiated the claim! Please, please, show me some shots done with an MF (preferably Hasselblad) that shows film flatness is an issue. I know it can be MADE to be an issue, but in the normal course of shooting it IS NOT an issue. I have tens of thousands of negatives from my Hasselblads, and I have never, nor has anyone else, in 25 years that I have been using MF cameras, said in any way, shape or form, this 'supposed' phenomenon has degraded an image. Please publish your test procedure and the results for peer scrutiny. There are just so many other things that have a significant effect on your resultant image, and film flatness is NOT one of them.