I started using the Commlite Adapter CM-ENF-E(1) with the Sony A7rii and Nikon 24-70 F2.8.
I went outside and tried to take a shot and nothing happened. Maybe the lens clicked a few times.
In the menu I selected the Gear icon and Set 'Release w/o lens' to Enable. I also set 'Priority Set in AF-S' to AF which is what it should be normally. Now I could take shots. Note: I later noticed in the User Manual, which is one piece of paper, that it does say to set 'Release shutter without lens'.
Normally I have my autofocus mode set to AF-C (continuous) in conjunction with Back Button Focus (BBF) but after looking at the www.commlite.com they only mention operation in AF-S so I set to AF-S.
Have to remember to turn back to AF-C when not using the adapter.
I was trying to use AF Area set to Flexible Spot but this didn't work. Camera wouldn't lock on.
When AF Area was set to Center, focus was quick and accurate.
I also tried the Nikon 16-35 F4. Again, focus could only be achieved with Center focus selected. So I guess it will be focus and recompose with this adapter and Nikon lenses.
I confirmed that EXIF data is transmitted to the camera. I could read the focal length, f stop and lens type in Lightroom after importing the images.
The build quality is excellent. Adapter and lens are firmly attached to the camera and there is no looseness in the connection.
Update of 4/29/2016:
Nikon 105mm f2.8 lens wouldn't autofocus at all.
Nikon 70-200 F4 worked well both with and without Teleconverter TC-14E III.
Update of 5/1/2016
Commlite has a lens compatibility table on their website:
It is interstiing that the 105mm f2.8 lens is not listed.