Some weeks ago I ordered a Fotodiox shift adapter to use Nikon F mount lenses on my MFT cameras. Tonight I set out to find out if it's any use and mounted it with my best lens, the Micro-Nikkor 55mm f/3.5. :smile: First off, some remarks on its usage. The adapter's tripod mount is more of a nuisance than anything else. It gets in the way when mounting the camera on a tripod and it's too small to fit really tightly on a tripod itself. I used it in the latter fashion anyway because I'm using flash so no great worries about vibration. You can rotate the adapter to vary the direction of shifting. This rotation movement is rather stiff, it almost feels like forcing anything. The lens mount itself is loose, but I didn't see any movement on the display. The G1's "prism" hump gets in the way of the fixing screw and also of the tripod mount. A GF1-type of camera would be more convenient, although the articulating display of the G1 is quite comfortable in these situations. This is the adapter itself. Here's a picture without shift. Micro-Nikkor 55mm f/3.5 at f/5.6. This one with 5mm shift to the right. Micro-Nikkor 55mm f/3.5 at f/5.6. And this one with 10mm shift to the right. Micro-Nikkor 55mm f/3.5 at f/5.6. The center is still sharp, the Micro-Nikkor puts in a remarkable performance!