The kit I am looking at is with live view shutter, lenses and integrates perfectly with my existing Sinar back - and cost a fraction of what a Cambo DS with lenses would cost, and the cambo would not allow live view focusing with my back.
I should say this would be the rig I use probably 10% of the time - If it were my main rig I would probably invest in a Cambo DS but since I already own the Sinar back and can get a nice price on the P3 kit.
Many acrhitectural photogs use or have used Sinar View cams like the P2 for shooting architecture. I just am not really familiar with the P3 and was under the impression that 47mm was the widest you could go and attain infinity focus with out crashing into the sensor...so thats the reason for the post. Also wondering about the amount of tilt and shift available..
If you purchase the lenses mounted in the Sinar CPL shutter configuration, you'll be able to use the focal lengths Thierry detailed. But those are as expensive as the Cambo - mounted helical lenspanels (you may have a deal on a kit from a private party, that's another story, but it better be a heck of a deal). If you are trying to use Schneiders/Rodenstocks mounted in standard boards, then yes, you'll have trouble from wider than 47mm, unless you use a custom board, such as the one pictured below (from SK Grimes - we have 1 in stock).
It's not an easy path forward, I will say that. It is a heavy load to bear, literally and figuratively. Depending on the "deal" you have with this P3 kit and the lenses, it might be practical to think in terms of selling/trading the 54M towards a body that performs acceptable Live View without the LC Shutter.