I deserve a shot in the arm for having skipped last week. Whatever.
All hail Scheimpflug, this time outside the studio. I love gently viney bokeh, which is exactly the sort of out-of-focus rendering the Schneider 105/2,8 Xenotar produces. While it was designed for the Technika 2x3 camera, it works perfectly in a #1 shutter on an M679cs or any camera really.
Because it just covers 2x3 film, there's not a lot of leeway for tilt, which can be seen below, where the top portion fractionally shades even on a cropped sensor like the Hasselblad CFV-50c. Whatever the case, this old lens is sharp, produces beautiful colours, and is brilliantly made. My unit comes in a Compur shutter which tops out at 1/200s.
I've not stopped down the lens, but the image gains substantially more planar depth of focus where even the far flower achieves structural definition despite both the shutter speed and aperture remaining constant. Notice the flower stems widening as they close to the ground.
Because it is early September and I was outside without a dark cloth, I didn't stay long to maximise sharp focus between near and far subjects. Naturally, overall pixel-level sharpness decreases in the near flower, but not enough to ruin the subject. Also note how the OOF rendering has become wilder, vinier, and to my eye, more beautiful.
Note: the left two crops are untilted; the right two crops are tilted.