Continuing the Dopfer discussion from other thread: Well of course there would be a pattern when you change from a near field experiment (Dopher) to a far field experiment (pinholes) you get different results from an entirely different experiment. There is no “In This Case” as there is no useful purpose for a Heisenberg lens leg with a imaginary double slit image between the pdc and the lens in a far field experiment. You can not expect to destroy the experiment layout and expect to continue to evaluate results based on an double slit image that can no longer exist in a far field set up. The reason Dopher requires coincidence circuitry and the Heisenberg lens in the first place is to find in the area between the pdf and the lens a double slit image of the real double slit in the other leg. You can only build such a image in a near field approach(no pin holes) – at least IMO.