I have given up on the 1.4x mutar and Hasselblad H systems as a shift option. I have it working but the shift gives way to much CA and the system is rather cumbersome.
Another option I have looked into is the Zoerk ProSA and MFS systems.www.zoerk.com
I have been communicating back and forth and they tell me the system will work on the Hassy H system. I have been impressed with their responses so as far as customer service goes -- so far so good. However this is what you need and what the limitations are.
I want to use my Schneider 120 and 180mm digitar lenses. The 120mm will not focus to infinity with the ProSA (full tilt shift) but will with the MFS. With the 180mm, you can use the ProSA and have full tilt shift options and infinity focus. One limitation is that you cannot use the wider LF lenses and get infinity focus. The other issue is that you need a CF Hasselblad Adapter. I have one for now. To get the Zoerk system to work they have to make specific attachment tubes to fit the about said lenses... but they are able to do this. The cost estimate for the ProSA and MFS systems with tubes is about 1500 to 1800 dollars. THe problem is that I have to commit the funds upfront for them to make the tubes. So has anyone had any experience with these two systems (ProSA and/or MFS)on 35mm or MF? Can anyone guess what to expect? Should I just accept the fact that in order to do TS with the Hassy H2 that I will have to wait until they make such a lens (and then they will probably chip it so it only works on the H3) or just give up and keep my view camera. Mark