An interesting question....
In today's world of drum scanning and digital printing does using a 4x5 for arch itecture and landscape work over a 6x9 make any sense. With high quality drum sc ans, enlarged images seem no longer a controlling factor.
The 6x9 seems appealing due to it's size and weight. The use of roll film is als o quite appealing due to avcailability of emulsion.
I currently have two 4x5 cameras. An Ebony SV45U for field and travelling and an Arca F-Line 4x5 for location architecture. My thought is to acquire an Arca Met ric 6x9 to use for both. I would like opinions both pro and con.
Yes, I can attach a film back to my 4x5's, but I am looking to reduce bulk and s implify. BTW, I will never sell the Ebony, so I will always have the 4x5 option.