Hi all. So I have a Minolta 50mm f/3.5 Macro that I got carried away with and bought a Minolta Bellows III to make it worse. Well, here's the problem. Can you see it? I'm guessing this lens and bellows are from the 70's? Not sure. So of course I needed an adapter (MD). If I use the lens by itself on the camera, even when utilizing a tripod, it's no problem. But when I use the bellows, the tripod has to mount with the bellows to keep the balance so my camera wouldn't tip over. And as you can see in the picture, the camera is some 20 degree tilted. Ultimately, if I don't compensate for that tilt, my pictures would be some 20 degree rotated. Now I can still mount the tripod onto the camera, I just have to be very cautious when I have the bellows fully extended. I have sent a message to RainbowImaging, very well known ebay seller for wonderful adapters. Response: Not quite the answer I was hoping for... Before I go tinkling with stuff which I do on a normal basis, has anyone else encounter a problem like this? Wondering if the adapter is adjustible.