I got a great deal on the EOS M, and I really enjoy it, especially for travel. I've also been interested in trying tilt-shift photography, but I'm intimidated by the prices of the current canon line up of lenses (I own both full frame and crop canon bodies). I've seen the listings for the Kipon Tilt and Shift adapter for Nikon F mount lens to Canon EOS EF M camera. I would consider this as an affordable alternative to a current Canon tilt-S___ lens by using a high quality Nikkor manual lens such as the 28mm F2.8 AIS. Any experiences or advice out there? This seems like an attractive way to gain tilt-shift experience at a much lower price point?