In case you are wondering, here is example from the SK 35 shot with a P45+. This image is a stitch of two horizontal captures, and slightly cropped in. I believe the upper portion of the image is a shift of about 16 or 18mm (18mm is about the limit), and I did use a 1/2 degree of tilt to compensate for the sharpness fall off. This image would have been impossible to do without the CF, btw. Without the CF I would say you have about 6mm of good shift with bright edges in the image; with dark edges, I would not shoot without the CF, even with no shift.
As you can see in the details, the sharpness is dead on in the center of the IC, but does fall off a bit towards the periphery. I also lit this shot (especially the ceiling), keeping the need to push the image at a minimum, avoiding sharpness fall-off due to noise. Hope this helps.