Hello everyone. I am new to this forum. I just recently bought a Panasonic GX85. I like the portability of the camera and lenses but like a lot of m 4/3 users, I wish the camera was more usable in low light. I see that some third party companies have focal reducers that adapt Canon and Nikon lenses (APS-C and Full Frame lenses) to the m 4/3 mount. This makes for a bulky setup . If Panasonic made a focal reducer (speed booster) that allows m 4/3 lenses to act like like a Full Frame lens (add 2 stops of light) I'm sure it would sell well, sell more m 4/3 lenses, and attract more people to m 4/3rds. Some features I would like to see it have are: A weather resistant body. It must be compatible with the high speed focus systems of Panasonic (DFD, contrast and phase based focusing) and Olympus. It needs to work with body and lens image stabilization. Hopefully something like this could be mass produced for between $350 to $500 USD. What do you think?