Just wanted to bring out some information about compatibility of the 24mm pc-e with older bodies. I wanted to use it on the F100 but it only allows a shift of 6mm along the short axis and full shift on the long axis of the frame. It's not a very good combination, although still it can be useful. On the F6 the shift allowed (again, along the short axis) is about 10mm, on the F5, about 8.5mm with finder on (full shift with the default finder taken off). With the D3 of course, full movements available. I think this lens is almost impossible to use without a tripod. The locking screws are on opposite sides of the lens relative to the locked control which means that you need two hands to adjust shift and tilt. I will go on and do some outdoor architectural testing now. Let me know if you want me to do any specific tests. I plan to test its close-up performance against the Zeiss 25mm for example. The manual is 223 pages .... unbelievable.