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Fotodiox Fusion Smart Adapter Mark II, Nikon Nikkor F Mount G-Type D/SLR Lens to Select Sony E-Mount Mirrorless Cameras (a6300, a6500, a7 II, a7R II, a9)
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- Sophisticated control system enables Sony cameras to have full electronic control of Nikon lenses
- Auto focus in high-speed and low-speed modes with Nikon AF-I and AF-S lenses
- Aperture control functions for EMD and Pull-rod Aperture lenses
- Enhanced craftsmanship and high-tolerance construction for demanding professionals
- Limited 2-Year Manufacturer Warranty
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Sophisticated control system enables Sony cameras to have full electronic control of Nikon lenses
Fotodiox's new FUSION lens adapter lets you mount Nikon AF-I and AF-S lenses onto a Sony E-mount camera, all while maintaining electronic communication between the two. With our new FUSION adapter, Nikon lenses will perform more like native Sony lenses, all while unlocking a century of legendary Nikon imaging expertise. Powered VR image stabilization with compatible lenses. Sony cameras can record EXIF data from Nikon AF-I and AF-S lenses.
Auto focus in high-speed and low-speed modes with Nikon AF-I and AF-S lenses
The Nikon to Sony E-mount FUSION adapter's auto-focus functions are designed to work best with newer cameras that have 'Phase Detection AF' such as the Sony a7R II and a6500 cameras. The FUSION adapter will work with cameras that use ""Contrast Detection AF"", but performance is significantly slower - we don't recommend this configuration. All other non-focus functions work equally well on all Sony cameras.
Aperture control functions for EMD and Pull-rod Aperture lenses
Thanks to the use of the FUSION adapter on your full frame or APS-C Sony E-Mount camera, Nikon AF-I and AF-S lenses gain auto-focus, full aperture control for Auto / Aperture Priority / Program AE modes, EXIF data transmission (on compatible models), and image stabilization (compatible models). The FUSION adapter is also compatible with fully manual vintage Nikon F lenses as a manual adapter. Aperture control functions for EMD and Pull-rod Aperture lenses (Such as: G Type, E Type and Partial D Type Lenses)
Enhanced craftsmanship and high-tolerance construction for demanding professionals
Infinity focus guaranteed for all Nikon mount lenses. Precision all-metal construction with chrome plated brass mounts for secure and solid fit. Integrated baseplate and 1/4-20"" mount for supporting longer and heavier lenses.
Camera Compatibility (Cameras with Phase Detection AF):
Sony Alpha α6300, α6500, α7 II, α7R II, α9
The FUSION adapter is designed specifically to work with the camera's Phase Detection Auto-Focus.
In the unlikely event that the camera becomes unresponsive; turn the camera off, remove the FUSION adapter, and remove the battery for 10 seconds to reset the camera.
If the lens seems slow to respond, disassemble lens and adapter and clean both sides of the adapter's signal contacts with technical grade alcohol
Adapter enables EXIF and aperture data to be transmitted to and controlled by the camera. Different lenses may exhibit different operating characteristics depending on lens age and manufacturer. We recommend testing individual lenses in your setup before critical shoots.
The camera will automatically calculate the appropriate exposure values after still or video mode has been selected.
All Nikon lenses you mount on the FUSION lens adapter will focus to infinity. Electronic and automatic function will only operate with compatible electronic lenses.
If you encounter an error where you are unable to depress the shutter to take a picture, or you're prompted that the lens is absent, be sure to change your camera's settings to ""release shutter without lens"", or change your camera mode to shoot in ""aperture priority"" mode.
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While I own many Sony E and FE lenses, I have a collection of useful Nikon AF-S lenses that I use regularly with my D4s and D850, and, now, can put to work on my Sony cameras as well.
It works. Hotswapping lenses sort of works. Works with Dandelion chips from seller raddaki on ebay. Nothing is fried.
Factory lenses tested: AF 24mm F/2.8D, Silver 28-80MM F3.3-5.6G, AF 85MM F/1.8D, AF 50MM F/1.4D, and AF 35MM F/2D.
I've noticed that sometimes some quirky behaviors occur. Such as the camera not turning on right away when powered on. Flicking the locking switch on the adapter fixes this right away. Also once the viewfinder wouldn't turn on again flicking the locking switch on the adapter fixed the issue.
-None of my lenses has been fried and most importantly neither has my A7II.
-Hot swapping lenses doesn't work seamlessly either between my factory chipped lenses, or between the manually chipped lenses, nor
between a factory chipped lens and a manually chipped lens or vice versa. It will display a single f Number of 1.0 and show no other available
apertures. This isn't really a problem as the orange locking switch on the adapter acts as a quick reset and restores full aperture control. You
could also power cycle the camera and achieve the same result.
-Focus peaking seems about the same between factory chipped and manually chipped lenses.
-Image stabilization works great on either type of lens.
-I'm not sure how accurate, but it seems you get finer control over the aperture by using the adapter. IE if your aperture ring has a position for
1.4 and the next step up is 2.0 the camera will scroll through 1.6 and 1.7 before hitting 2.0. Its nice having more granular control over light.
I've attached two handheld pictures.
The fire alarm was shot at f/4.0 1/10th of a second with a 200m nikkor at ISO200. The bird was shot at f/1.4 at 1/13th of a second with a 50mm nikkor at ISO400.
I bought this adapter off of fleaBay for a discounted price. No it wasn't from fotodiox. It was somebody liquidating stock for a closed store. Still even with the discounted price it was expensive. It seems like no one wants to touch the Fotodiox adapters after the first gen ones fried several cameras. That's understandable, no one wants to gamble the cost of this adapter and the cost of a Sony camera. I recently came into a Sony A7II and thought what the heck I've got an all encompassing warranty from a third party. Someone has to be the first to try this thing.
Here is my use case. I'm using this for manually chipped vintage Nikkors (Dandelion Chip modification). These are all MF lenses. I have no lenses that will autofocus with this adapter. Even the lenses I do have that come chipped stock are all screw drive lenses. My main concern was to be able to use the 5 axis image stabilization without manual intervention, and to be able to control the aperture on my vintage nikkors via the dials on the camera. An added bonus of this adapter is the ability to have proper EXIF data about the lens you're using.