K&F M12184 Canon EF Lenses to Nikon Z Lens Mount Adapter
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- Brand: K&F Concept
- K&F M12184 Canon EF Lenses to Nikon Z Lens Mount Adapter Allow Canon EF mount lenses used on Nikon Z mount camera body.
- Availability: In Stock
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- • Allow Canon EF mount lenses used on Nikon Z mount camera body.
- • Compatible with Nikon Z mount mirrorless camera includes: Nikon Z6, Z7 etc.
- • Made of brass and aluminum. Stable, precise and durable construction. Manually operated. Infinity focus allowed.
- • For heavy medium format lenses, we suggest to use with a telephoto bracket and a tripod to balance its weight when shoot.
- • 30 days no reason return, 12 months quality guarantee, 100% satisfaction assurance.
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K&F Concept design and produce full range of lens adapters to fit lenses of Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Olympus, Leica, Contax Yashica, Minolta, Tamron, T2, C mount, Exakta, M39, M42, Pentacon etc used on Camera bodies of Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm, Pentax, Micro 4 3, Leica, M42, Cinema C mount etc.
Good value, works great for manual lenses.
It works great. I bought 2 of these to keep on a couple of my EF Mount lenses to use with my z7. The thing you have to know about this type of adapter is that if it’s not a manual aperture lens, the lens will be wide open all the time. For this reason, these cheaper adapters are best used with manual aperture lenses. I use mine with a couple of Laowa manual aperture macro lenses and it works beautifully for that. Otherwise if you were planning on using an auto aperture lens wide open and don’t need to record lens data to the exif file, this would work well for you too. If you do need all those features there’s another company that just came out with an electronic adapter that makes your Electronic EF lenses work like a native lens on the Z mount. But it’ll cost you about 20x more than this. So, in short. This is a good product with good value but is nevertheless limited in its capabilities.