Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper

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The answer would depend upon the degree of tilt and shift one wishes to effect. An image circle needs to be larger to accomplish 12º of tilt than to accomplish 8º of tilt on the same sensor. Likewise, a small shift movement requires a smaller image circle than a larger shift movement does. With a traditional lens the center of the optical axis is aimed ...


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How large does the image circle have to be to get it to project correctly on the image sensor? This part of the answer deals with the shift of the lens only. The answer for the tilt is much more complicated (i.e., I haven't cranked out the maths). In order for the image to be projected onto the sensor, without any clipping at the corners of the sensor, ...


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Disclaimer: I have not used the gear combinations I am sort-of recommending below. Perhaps the most "reasonable" or "affordable" setup you might consider, if you need lots of movements (2-axis tilt + lots of shift) for the lowest price, would be a Sony E-mount camera (such as the a7) + E-mount tilt-shift adapter (to either Canon or Nikon mount) + ...



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