Metabones Nikon G Lens to Micro Four Thirds Lens Mount Adapter (Matte Black)

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Metabones Nikon G Lens to Micro Four Thirds Lens Mount Adapter (Matte Black)
Key Features
  • Adapts Nikon G Lenses to Micro Four Thirds Lens Mount
The matte black Nikon G Lens to Micro Four Thirds Lens Mount Adapter from Metabones allows you to attach a Nikon F-mount G lens to a Micro Four Thirds format camera. Metabones' adapters are precision-machined with brass and plated with chromium on both sides of the adapter. It is also designed to allow lenses to reach infinity focus while maintaining the correct registration distance required to support CRC lenses or lenses with floating elements.
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Metabones MB_NFG-M43-BM1 Overview

The matte black Nikon G Lens to Micro Four Thirds Lens Mount Adapter from Metabones allows you to attach a Nikon F-mount G lens to a Micro Four Thirds format camera. Metabones' adapters are precision-machined with brass and plated with chromium on both sides of the adapter. It is also designed to allow lenses to reach infinity focus while maintaining the correct registration distance required to support CRC lenses or lenses with floating elements.

This adapter features a clickless 7-stop aperture ring with half-stop markings and a detachable tripod foot compatible with Arca Swiss, Markins, and Photo cam ball head tripods. Additionally, its matte black finish minimizes internal reflections so as to maintain image quality.

To note, automatic lens functions, like autofocus, will not be retained when using this adapter.

Metabones MB_NFG-M43-BM1 Specs

Adapter
Camera MountMicro Four Thirds
Lens MountNikon F
Nikon Lens CompatibilityG-Type Lens
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.605 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.4 x 4.25 x 1.9"
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Will this work with the Z-Cam E2C?

Will this work with the Z-Cam E2C?
Asked by: IVAN
Yes, the Z Cam E2C has an MFT mount. This adapter should work with that camera.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2020-02-25

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I have lenses for my Panasonic gh4 and I am buying a Canon ef blackmagic. I have scoured the Internet for a converter that would work for this. No luck. Any leads?
Asked by: Jennifer G.
The answer depends entirely on the specific camera you wish to use. In order that we may better assist you, please write us with further detail. [email protected]
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-24

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Do the numbers on the adapter correspond to the lens accurate f stops?
Asked by: Amos K.
I agree with Elizabeth R, it's a guessing game and you take the first shot and work from there on a PEN E-P3. You can't even see if the image is lighter or darker, it's just blown out on the screen. When using the PEN E-P5 the screen shows the image relative to the settings you have - i.e. brighter and darker.You still need to check the image once taken to confirm everything is OK. It's great fun though!
Answered by: Peter W.
Date published: 2018-08-24

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Hi! I pretend to use this adapter on a g7 Panasonic with the lenses: 10-24 DX, 70-300VR, 50mm 1.8D and 24mm 2.8. Will focus and maximum aperture work perfectly with all those lenses? Is there some restrictions? Will the minimum focus work, as well to infinite? Thanks!
Asked by: Anonymous
The lens will be manual focus only. Aperture control is just relative, on a scale of 1-7 and not the exact aperture, i.e. f/2.8.
Answered by: Stephen H.
Date published: 2018-08-24

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For adapter only (not speed booster), I understand the focal length is multiplied by the crop factor (2X), but what happens to the F-stop? ie, how does FX lens f1.8 change with the adapter? Does it stay the same or also multiply by 2x, or f3.6 equivalent?
Asked by: Anonymous
I believe it stays the same, I used a 70-200 2.8 full frame lens and max. Aperture was 2.8. I believe the extra light misses the sensor, and falls in a circle around the sensor.
Answered by: RICHARD D.
Date published: 2018-08-24

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Does this adapter also work with F mount lenses?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, it does. Its high quality, and can be used with any Nikon F lens. Good shopping
Answered by: Jarleiv L.
Date published: 2018-08-24

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so with this adapter I can connect my Nikon lenses to my gh4, but how can I change my aperture since the lense is not the native lense?
Asked by: Erik Francisco
Apature can only be changed manually using the apature ring on this adapter with compatible nikon lens with the little iris lever built in (I believe nikon g and f mount lenses). Hope this helps!
Answered by: Tony H.
Date published: 2018-08-24

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so basically the lens turns into a manual apperture, that is cool but:Does the metering in the camera still working ok when adapting a lense?does it has any quality lose while using the adapter?what about when taking still pictures? Does the shutter speed still working properly?
Asked by: Erik Francisco
The metabones prevents the camera from communicating with the lens.So no, the camera doesn't tell you the aperture reading and will always read as 0. Therefore, you always have to use other means (zebras) to not over expose.You also can't achieve a desired aperture to control DOF (such as 2.8) because, again, the camera can't report the aperture.I haven't taken still pictures so I'm not sure how this affects that mode.
Answered by: DAVID Z.
Date published: 2018-08-24
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