Looking for some experienced insight here...so we recently decided to try to standardize on a fully manual lens line that we could use on both the Canon APS-C cams and the Panny GHx's (for filming, not necessarily stills). The Pentax SMC M's are out because (1) they're stupid expensive and (2) the 35/1.4 is nonexistent. So I decided to try the old Nikkor AI/AIS lenses and dropped some dough @ KEH on the 35/1.4. Got a Nikon F to 4/3 adapter, put the lens on, and focal range is practically nill until I stop down somewhere around f8. Lens is completely useless. Thinking it's the adapter, I ordered a Pixco Nikon F to EOS adapter to try the same lens on one of our Canon APS-C cams - same problem. I know the cheap Pixco adapters are decent because we're using a bunch for some Pentax M glass and they're fine. So, does anyone have any experience with these Nikkors and these Fotodiox/Chinese 4/3 adapters? I have read people having similar experiences with Nikon lenses and these adapters where some just don't work. Does anyone have success adapting wide Nikkors to the Panny GHx/AF line and getting full aperture and full focal control? I thought about going to a camera store to try to put this lens on a D3S to see if the lens behaved the same way on the new cam as it did originally on an F series body. Any answers? I will probably start the RMA process with KEH today which is a real shame. Thanks!