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The confusion here is caused by the way so many people incorrectly describe what the "shift" function actually does. Shifting the lens does not alter the scene perspective at all, it simply causes the image sensor to be moved to a different part of the image circle being produced by the lens. For example, the Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5L Mark II creates an image ...


Yes, that means that everything is in focus (which implies that the sensor doesn't even need to be a plane).

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