It was interesting to read the discussion of the new Phase One IQ3 100mp back for technical cameras. Doug Peterson posted a number of images designed to answer these questions, he said: How does the new full frame CMOS perform when attached to a technical camera? How does it perform when pushed to the edges of the image circle? How does it compare to the CCD 60mp and 80mp sensors in the same scenario? Is there a noticeable change in Dynamic Range and bit depth? I take it from the responses that the answers were mixed, with some photographers arguing that trying to use significant movements with a wide-angle lens on digital back, particularly a full-frame CMOS back, perhaps, is like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. If this is right, I wonder whether there are photographers who have considered a largely different direction for movements, using the Hasselblad tilt-shift apparatus (despite its 1.5x magnification) with, say, a 28mm H lens. Would this reduce the angle of light hitting the sensor by more than, say, a Rodenstock 40mm retrofocus lens, thus minimizing cross-talk and color problems? Would more be gained by this than would be lost in the presumably inferior quality of the DSLR versus large format lens, which could be used on something like an Alpa A Series camera when movements aren't required? Or are the advantages of a technical camera largely lost when using even a full-frame DSLR? Just curious.