I was wondering if anyone knows if Nikon or Sigma (since they make good glass) is developing a new tilt shift lens. I really would like to get one but the Nikkor 24mm PC-E out right now is roughly 6 years old and i don't want to buy the old one if something new is going to come out soon.
Im especially worried as to whether or not it will even work on my d600. I feel like i read somewhere that the PC-E lens doesn't work on all the bodies very well that it will hit the grip or something preventing it from its full range of movements. The Nikon version also lacks features that the cannons version 2 equivalent and the Rokinon tilt shift can do, for example shifting both up down and side to side at the same time. From what i understand the Nikon PC-E can only do one or the other.
I would just buy the Rokinon but i hear to many mixed views about the image quality to feel safe enough to purchase it. I wont want to shell out half the cost of my D600 on a lens thats no good. I would also just buy the cannons version 2 but i cant convert the cannon lens to work with Nikon from what i understand. So I basically feel stuck with the PC-E but that lens seems to have its own list of draw backs as well =[ . What would you do just wait and hope? Get the Rokinon or just cry myself to sleep and accept the fact having a tilt shift lens is not meant to be?