Do PC lenses, such as Canon's TS/E series, function with digital cameras as they do with film?
It's my understanding that digital sensors work best when light strikes them at a right angle, whereas film is relatively tolerant of light reaching the film plane at a wide range of angles. If that is so, any lens that provides a swing movement would be degraded when used on a digital camera, as opposed to an old-fashioned film burner. Even a lateral or vertical shift would be disadvantaged. Is this why Canon's digital-ready TS/E lens line is just one lens, as opposed to the three EOS and FD mount lenses in earlier cameras? I'll give up my F-1N only when dead anyway; but it occurs that if I want perspective control functions, I might be better off buying them for the FD mount (if I can find them)then for an as-yet-unchosen digital camera.