>>3938885>do you mean that the mount on the vintage lens will be bigger than the mount hole on the sony body?
ok I fucked up here, the sony mount is actually a little bit smaller but it still shouldn't cause any vignette issues because it's not like the lens sends the image back using the entire width of the mount.>why dont i see vignetting on my film pictures with those lenses?
because you're stopping down? stopping down on digital will reduce vignetting, too. they should be the same. the difference is on digital, you if you get vignetting, you can just drag a slider to the side in post and correct it.>>3938887>Why would rangefinder lenses cause it and SLR lenses not?
the issues are caused by the sensor stack thickness which I already said. and it's mostly blurring, not vignette. literally just read the article I linked.