I have shot about thirty rolls of Tri-X with this little gem. My results are not always great, probably because my technique is a bit spotty. I shoot very quickly on the street and try to pre-focus and preset my f/stop before I raise the camera to my eye. I never meter with the camera up to my eye...to slow for my taste. The exposures are generally right on and sharp, but here's the problem: when I slightly tilt the lens up or down, I see the perspective distortion in the final print. I also shoot panoramics with the Horizont and the Noblex, and these have even more perspective distortion. Is there any way to minimize this? Is this common with all ultra-wides? Is the Zeiss Hologon that much better at ten times the price? If I scan the negatives (heaven forbid!) could PhotoShop CS2 fix it easily?