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Novoflex Nikon G Lens to Sony E Adapter
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The Novoflex Nikon G Lens to Sony E Adapter
The Novoflex Nikon G Lens to Sony E Adapter is a fully mechanical adapter for shooting Nikon G lenses on Sony E-mount cameras. Key features include:
Nikon G to Sony E. This adapter lets you take advantage of the large pool of Nikon F-mount lenses, including the G-series that lack a manual aperture ring. The adapter works with both APS-C Sony E-mount cameras like the Sony a6000, as well as the full-frame a7 / a7R cameras.
Integrated Aperture Ring. The adapter has a mechanical aperture ring that allows you to adjust aperture on the lens by hand. If you set the camera to shoot in Av mode, it will accurately autometer but is limited to focusing manually.This adapter provides no electronic communication between the camera and lens. All focus adjustments must be made manually on the lens itself. The aperture selected via adapter will not be displayed on the camera, and it will not show up in the EXIF data.
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