Likely works best with a Leica digital M.
I tried it on the a7, a7R and a7S. At infinity there is smearing in the outer area of the image due to the design of the Sony sensor stack, compared to Leica digital M. Also, with the a7R, there may be a bit of edge color shift due to pixel density, but probably won't be a problem with the considerably different/better sensor in the a7RII and/or a7II (I haven't tried either of those and have since sold the lens). However, those cameras would still be affected by edge smearing due to sensor stack design.
The edge smearing problem should be less noticeable at nearer subject distances and will also depend on the subject type.
Infinity distance downloads available here:
On APS-C, best results would be with the Ricoh GXR and M module, though likely would be decent on the Leica TL and Sony cameras. I may have tried it ages ago on the NEX-5N and NEX-7 but don't recall if it had any problems. Not sure about Fuji.