I use the Olympus micro four thirds (MFT) system. One of the problems with this is that there are no shift lenses for this format, so taking landscape photos with buildings is problematic. I can kind of get around it by taking panoramas if there is no motion in the scene. The photo below shows the typical problem:
I don't really want to get into morphing in post production, although for the photo above, it might be a feasible solution since the resulting pixel stretching would be limited.
My preferred approach would be to adapt a shift or PC lens to the Olympus, but I am not sure whether this will be possible. For example, Voigtlander makes a series of rectilinear lenses such as its heliar hyper wide 10mm for E-mounts, but the Sony E-mount has an 18mm flange focal distance while MFT has a 19.24mm flange focal distance and from what I understand you can't shorten the flange distance. Also, I am dealing with converting a full frame lens to a 4/3rds sensor, so there might be problems with that if a shift lens is being used. Is a mounting like this even possible?
A different option might be to use the Canon EF to MFT Metabones speedbooster adapter. I am not a big fan of Canon's shift lens, the TSE 17mm, but if that is the only option, so be it. Should I basically try to make this work, or are the Voigtlander lenses possible?