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A Campy drivetrain with a Shimano 10 cassette has about the same 5% error per shift as using Campy 9 with Shimano 9. Campy 10 spacing is 4.12mm and Shimano is 3.95mm.

It will certainly shift reasaonably well, but it can't be perfect since the accumulative error is still nearly 40% after 9 shifts. Carefully centering the rear derailleur will split the error equally between upshifts and downshifts reducing it to 20%.
 
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