This is my first post as I am new here
I am hoping for some advice, I am about to buy my first LF camera (other than the pinhole one I made) and I will mainly use it for landscapes and urban landscapes.
The Wista seems a good option because it is in my price range, light and has rear movements that press cameras lack. Because I plan to photograph buildings I would like to use perspective control.
I would like to buy a 90mm (f/8) lens but I am concerned that I won't get enough movement from the Wista, I understand that a recessed lens board and bag bellows may be necessary but the Wista doesn't have interchangable bellows system.
Does a field camera still fold with a bag bellows? Why not just use this? Whats the advantage of an accordion bellows when it limits movements when the focal length is short.
I won't be needing extreme movements but I would like to correct converging lines in buildings.
Thanks for reading this.