I’ve coveted the Canon MP-e65 1-5x macro lens for years hoping fruitlessly that maybe Nikon would produce something similar. Neither was there a way to couple it to the Nikon F mount. Then the Z mount arrived and Fringer made a Canon to Z mount adapter which allowed aperture control, autofocus, etc., and I pulled the trigger. I have no way of testing functions of the Fringer adapter other than simple things like aperture control and EXIF data since the lens is manual focus. Here’s the first test shot, unsharpened, 100% crop, resized to 1500 xdim shot of a moth wing at 5x with 2 Nikon SB-R200 Wireless Remote Speedlights, nominal f/2.8. Not trying for anything special with the shot, just a simple first test, but so far so good! Despite my son saying I was “supporting the devil” by buying a Canon lens, I’m pretty happy. Anyone else tried the Fringer adapter?