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There are three Schneider PC-TS lenses (50 - 90 - 120) as well as the old shift-only 28 mm PC Super Angulon (which I have). I've been thinking of getting them (the 120 would need an adapter to use it on a Nikon) but I'm hesitating after seeing examples shot with the Schneider 50. The 90 looks OK, however. I'd like the independent shift and tilt axis movement that they, and the three Hartblei models, offer for Nikon. I have the three Nikon PC-E lenses, and the lack of that independent movement is their main drawback - oh, and the need for aperture control from the body.
There is a wider Schneider PC-TS lens supposed to be coming out this year - a 28 mm f/4.5.