I heard at a photo studio that standard LF current lenses don't work as well as the new Digitar lenses on digital backs. According to Schneider's LF technician, it's because of color fringing. He said that the Digitar lenses are much better.
I checked Schneider's webpage, and it indicates that the Digitar lenses are apochromatic, that digital sensors are especially sensitive to non-apochromatic lenses. So, what about the APO-Symmar lenses? Are these lenses not APOchromatic?
By the way, I'm not forgetting about Rodenstock.
Does anyone have personal experience with this? Practically speaking, how bad of a problem is this?
To add to my question, does Canon or Nikon talk about this regarding their digital cameras? I've not heard it, nor do I see mention of this on Canon's website. From my perspective, they regard their lenses as interchangeable between digital and 35mm film.