Novoflex Adapter MFT/NIK for all Nikon Lenses to Micro Four Thirds Camera Bodies - Manual Aperture Control Ring for Nikkor G-Series Lenses
|Price:||$157.92 + $4.99 shipping|
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- Lens Adapter Nikon lenses to Micro Four Thirds cameras
- Adapter Nikon lenses to Micro Four Thirds cameras
- Precision Made
- Precision engineered to focus at infinity
- Stop-down metering and automatic exposure using aperature priority is possible with most cameras
- Fits these Micro Four Thirds bodies: Olympus Pen E-P1, E-P2, E-PL1, Panasonic DMC-G1, DMC-G2, DMC-G10, DMC-GH1 and DMC-GF1
- Integrated aperture control ring at the adapter; also suitable for electronic lenses without manual aperture control ring
- One Year Warranty Against Manufacturing Defects
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|Item Dimensions||1 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item Weight||1 pound|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||One Year Warranty Against Manufacturing Defects|
|Shipping Weight||0.35 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
This adapter is SOLID. No play at all and feels very well built and durable. I've only played with it for a few minutes, but can easily tell the difference between the cheap brand and this. Trust me, there is a big difference. I'll report back after more time, but happy I made the investment so far.
The mounting to the camera is a bit lose (rotational play) which is exactly the complaint I read in reviews of the lower-priced competitors. When using with older Nikkors that have a stiffer focus ring, this gets very annoying. That would be ok if I paid $20 but at this price point I expected mechanical perfection.
The 2nd problem is the aperture ring for G lenses is not quite so useful after all. It's not possible to dial-in a specific aperture like f/4, f/8, etc. If you're just shooting casually that's fine, you can open and close the aperture by trial and error. But if you have a G lens that performs optimally at a very specific aperture, it is very difficult to do it quickly and correctly while using this adapter. Again, on a $20 adapter that might be fine, but for the price paid for this adapter I expected much better integration with the Nikon system.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have had no issues at all with this. Even using my big Nikon lenses they feel solid enough. I had the Fotodiox as well, it worked surprisingly well for the price difference. Read morePublished on January 18, 2014 by Amy G.
I bought the Novoflex because I wanted to use my "G" Nikkors (no aperture ring) as well as my older manual focus Nikkors. Read morePublished on April 15, 2012 by Richard E. Popham Jr.
Have used other adapters and this is, by far, the best. I can access older profects and access most of the lenses a collected over the years. A great opportunity.Published on November 12, 2011 by O. Layton Alldredge