This is a work in progress, but I thought I'd post this here as it may be of interest to some people. After purchasing a few dirt-cheap D-Mount cine lenses from eBay, I realized that nobody was making an adapter for D-Mount to Micro 4/3rds. Even more - I found people saying that the conversion was impossible, due to the difference in Flange Focal Distance of the two formats. Looking at my camera though, it seemed like I could make it work.... so I modeled an adapter, and ordered a 3D print of it from Shapeways. This week, the part arrived... and I'm happy to say that it works! The fit isn't 100% perfect, but if you're careful installing the lens so you don't cross the threads, it does work quite well. I'm still refining the model, but I wanted to post this here in case anyone else has been eager to try out any D-mount lenses. The FFD (and therefore focal range) is more or less correct, however, depending on the shape of your lens, it may be hard to fit fully in to the adapter. On one of my lenses, I had to remove a metal ring around the back side of the lens in order to make room for it to screw in far enough. I'm also curious to find out if the adapter works on cameras other than my E-PM1, which is the only m4/3rds camera that I've stared at the internals of. Anyway, here's a link to the adapter if anyone wants to try it out (please provide feedback if you do): D-Mount to Micro Four Thirds Adapter by nhfoley on Shapeways And attached are a few quick shots I took in my apartment using the Elgeet 12.5mm / f1.9 lens I have. Obviously, the vignetting is heavy and the lens is far from sharp, but the effect is interesting and I'm going to keep an eye out for more D-mount lenses in the future to continue to experiment.