I just joined, so pardon any gaffes I may commit... but this is yet another "Fuji GX680 with a DSLR" question (before I abandon hope altogether!). I see from older threads that danlindberg is a member who'se been down this lane before, so...
Trying to put a nikon D7000 against the back of my gx680, I find that a focused image can be got of a fairly nearby object, say 6 ft (the length of my bed, actually!) and the fuji bellows (I have a 180mm lens on it) retracted. Any distant object, however, fails to register a focused image on the DSLR.
Dan seems to have got distant images with a canon 1D MkII DSLR. Is this because the nikon I used is too fat, compared to the canon, and pushes back the film plane too much? Would the nikon combination work with a less bulky model, say one without the built-in flash? Or is the canon line just less bulky than the nikon?
I would also like to know whether there really are nikon or canon adaptors to attach to the gx680 back?