You can run the Phocus software and check it out yourself for free.
1. Download sample images here
2. Download Phocus here
If you are not registered, it will take a minute to register, then you are set to go.
We have found that if you know CaptureOne, it takes about 15 minutes to know Phocus. Tools are in different places, recipes are known as adjustments...
At least the readers of this forum would be able to move from speculative to knowing
The TruFocus on the H4D-40 is a real and valuable photographic tool (keeps the intended focus when the camera is repositioned after focusing) and you must experience this if possible - I have heard all the usual complaints and groans from those who have not even tried it, balanced by others who were impressed how it solves a real problem. Even some of the toughest Hasselblad critics, too.
If you are intellectually honest with your assessment, you will find that the Hasselblad H4D-40 stacks way up to the Phase One P40/45; that is difficult to do unless you get hands-on with both systems. Not just research nor the advice of salespeople. Or grumpy people
As far as tilt/shift, the HTS 1.5 works with the 28mm, 35mm, 50mm, 80mm, 100mm, 150mm, 210mm, and 300mm - 8 lenses.
If you are in Miami next week - come get your hands on this gear at Aperture Studios Thursday, Oct 14th (Digital Techs - training the evening before at OneSource 6-9PM)