I just got my HCam Master TSII that I intend to use with my Sony A7rII and my existing Hasselblad lenses. This is intended to be a rolling review, with new experiences added on occasion.
So what is the HCam Master TSII? It is a tilt and shift adapter for mirrorless cameras. Right now, it is available for Sony FE/E mount, but other mirrorless mounts will probably added later.
On the front side the Master TS has a Canon EF mount, but without the 'E' stuff. Behind the EOS type mount there is a Mirex tilt and shift adapter and a rotating plate for the camera with an FE mount.
The Mirex adapter allows for 15 mm shift and 11 degrees of tilt. How much of this can be utilised depends on the lens.
So far, I have found it quite usable. It is a lot of mechanics, stuffed in very little place. So it is a bit complex to use. But, it is remarkably flexible in the field.
On the first day of shooting with the Hasselblad lenses I forgot to stop down. Stopping down is manual of course, and so is anything else, but aperture priority autoexposure can be used and it works well.
Can I recommend it? I don't know yet and I guess it may depend on wants and needs. But so far I feel it holds some great promise.
Please note that I don't talk about image quality, this far. I need to make some proper images before drawing conclusions. Also the HCam Master TS is just a platform. The image quality depends on other factors, like lens, sensor, tripod and photographer.