Mark U , Nov 07, 2006; 11:41 a.m.
I doubt it. The EF mount has a shorter registration distance than the Nikon mount, so the extra distance and the adaptor would both act as extension tubes, resulting in loss of infinity focus. Even if you could find someone willing to make you an adaptor, don't underestimate the difficulties of working with the lenses, since you could only adjust the aperture by mounting them on a Canon body (and that is also true of even "manual" focus for some fly by wire EF lenses), removing them stopped down with DOF button depressed, and giving a resultant extremely dim viewfinder view with which to assess accuracy of focus - perhaps further complicated by the need for an offset at IR wavelengths. You could work the other way round - mounting Nikon lenses on an EOS body via an adaptor. Given the very specialised body you plan to use, it would be much simpler and best to acquire some suitable Nikon mount lenses - there are fine choices available in Nikon mount for most applications.