thank you all for the replies.
The only Nikon Z lens I want to use is the noct 58mm/0.95 (its image circle covers 44x33 very easily), and the reason I want to use a tech camera with this lens is not to shift/tilt, but only to adapt. I'm not satisfied with the resolution Nikon Z cameras offer. As a result, I'm thinking to adapt the lens to 44x33 digital backs (such as the current cfv 50, and the future cfv 100mp).
OK, so your initial general question is now a lot more specific.
In the absence of any existing mounting solution, you would need to fashion one yourself by attaching a Nikon Z camera bayonet mount to the appropriate lens board for whatever Arca-Swiss or Cambo bellows-style technical camera you choose.
As pegelli and rdeloe pointed out, the lens diaphragm in your lens is controlled electronically by a Nikon Z body and will be inoperative on a technical camera. No third-party electronic lens board for Nikon Z to Cambo or Arca appears to exist at this point in time.
Therefore, unless you intend to use the lens only at its maximum aperture, you will need to preset the diaphragm to the desired aperture on a Nikon Z body and then transfer the lens over to the technical camera.
This lens weighs 2kg, and that weight will be all out in front of the front standard. To preserve the fine imaging performance of this lens you will either need to take steps to ensure the front standard of the camera is not pulled out of alignment or, more likely, ensure that the mis-alignment is countered by an identical alignment of the digital back.
How do you know that the lens covers a 44x33mm sensor 'very easily'? What method was used to make this conclusion?
How did whoever made that conclusion mount their lens in front of a 44x33mm sensor? If so, copy their solution!