The 35's I wouldn't shift more than 10mm on my P65+. The 43 can do about 15mm. My Rodenstock 55mm can cover the full range of movements on the M2 with only a little softness at the edges... awesome lens. Longer than that and it's not an issue at all.
I don't own a 28mm and given how good the Canon 17mm is, I may never.
Thanks! this is really not good news - I have read about an other AP that never go beyond 8mm of shift with the 35mm due to the risk of banding in the files from the P65+
I really do hope that his is not the case for the iQ180 but I'm afraid there is a risk, due to the microlenses, I hope that I'm wrong.... if not, then Phase have designed a wonderful back for us architectural photographers, with most of the features that we have wanted/hoped for years, But with one major drawback, or deal-breaker imo, you can only shift a small amount with the really wide lenses
so is the old P45+ and Aptus 75 still the best censors for AP in regards of long exposure and ability to use the full image circle on wides - please Phase/Leaf put those old sensors in the new form factor - I know this would never happen, and I would like to have a large sensor with enough mpx to minimize moire - but I would also like to use the full image circle on my Schneiders.
...and given how good the canon 17mm AND 24mm is - the iQ180 needs to give me full shift on wides one way or an other, imo