Fotasy 16mm Cine Movie C Mount Lens to Canon EOS M EF-M Mirrorless Camera Adapter, fits Canon M1, M2, M3 M10 Mirrorless Camera
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- This adapter allows you to use 16mm Cine Movie C Mount Lens to fit on Canon EOS-M Mirror less Digital Camera M1 M2 M3.
- Works on Canon EOS-M Mirror less Digital Camera, M1 M2 M3
- Pals note this adapter does NOT fit Canon 6D, 5D Mark III II, 7D, 70D, 60D, 50D, 40D, 700D, 650D, 600D, 550D, 500D, 450D, 400D, 350D, Rebel T4i, T4, T3i, T3, T2i, T2, SL1
- Maintains Infinity Focus on Lens
- There is no electrical contacts in the adapter ring. Exposure and focus has to be adjusted manually. Automatic diaphragm, auto-focusing, or any other functions will not operated with using this adapter.
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Fotasy Pro Lens Adapter, allows 16mm Cine Movie C Mount Lens to be used on CANON EOS M EF-M Mount Mirror less Camera
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I'm looking forward to Amazon selling the Canon EOS-M2 in North America and Europe, and will likely buy several more of these adapters.
This adapter does exactly what it says it does. It takes great pictures once attached to your Canon EOS M. Beautiful Bokeh possibilities by attaching a fast lens like the Canon FD 50mm 1.4 lens. I have also used Canon FD 28mm 2.8 and works great as well.
Pros: Easy to attach. Works great. Doesn't add too much bulk.
Cons: No autofocus on your camera and you have to manually set your aperture.
Definitely recommend for Canon EOS M users, who want to have access to old Canon lenses (which can be found for cheap on Ebay and similar sites)
* Remember to set custom function 7 to : Release shutter w/o lens for it to work with your camera.
Many FD primes can be had for under $100 and the small flange distance of the EOS-M body makes it a perfect match for just about any lens type. For FD lenses, this adapter is great, but you might also want to look into other lens mounts as well. Just keep in mind that these old lenses don't have any electronics, so you'll have to use manual focus and manually set the f-stop, great for video, but a little trick for photography.
I've used lens adapters before which can't allow the lens to focus to infinity. Not a problem on the EOS-M. Since it's mirrorless, the lens can be mounted extremely close to the sensor, and the EF-M mount does exactly that. Any SLR lens has to clear the swinging mirror, and are thus mounted much further away. This means an SLR lens on a mirrorless camera can be positioned perfectly even when additional metal is added between the body and lens. This adapter pulls it off flawlessly, at least in my case.
I'm using an old 50mm f/1.8 FD lens from Canon I pilfered from my Mom's old 35mm SLR, and getting beautiful images. After using kit lenses for so long, I've forgotten what an f/1.8 depth of field looked like! When I used a cheap Olympus lens and adapter on my Canon T3i, it jiggled and wobbled so much, I ended up having to secure the adapter and lens together with silicone adhesive. Not this combination -- the three elements fit together like Canon made it all themselves. Well, they made the body and the lens (albeit 30 years apart), but Fotasy played their part admirably.
One thing to watch out for is sometimes when you mount the lens, the latch responsible for changing the aperture goes behind instead of in front of the adapter's pin. When this happens, you can change the aperture all day long and you won't see the blades open and close.
I'm impressed by the connection to the tripod mount. It looks like the adapter and tripod mount were machined out of the same piece of metal - rather than bolted on later - and looks really solid. Weight balances pretty nicely with a canon 50mm 1.4, though zooms will shift that forward quite a bit.
One suggestion to the manufacturer: I would gladly pay an extra dollar to have an extra rear lens cap (EF-M) included so I can just keep a lens on the adapter.