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FotodioX Pro Lens Mount Adapter for Canon FD-Mount Lens to Canon EF-M Mount Camera

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FotodioX Pro Lens Mount Adapter for Canon FD-Mount Lens to Canon EF-M Mount Camera
Key Features
  • Canon FD Lens to Canon EF-M Body
  • Supports Focusing to Infinity
  • Brass and Aluminum-Alloy Construction
  • Stainless-Steel Lens Mounting Ring
The Pro Lens Mount Adapter for Canon FD-Mount Lens to Canon EF-M Mount Camera from FotodioX allows a Canon FD-mount lens to be used with a Canon EF-M mount camera. It is designed to support focusing to infinity, and is constructed from brass and an aluminum alloy along with a stainless-steel lens mounting ring to provide a durable, yet lightweight camera-to-lens connection.
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works on a Black Magic Cinema Pocket 6k?

works on a Black Magic Cinema Pocket 6k?
Asked by: Rafael
Nope. You'll need an adapter that is EF, not EF-M. EF is larger than the EF-M mount. In order to mount an FD lens to the 6k camera, you'll need an FD-EF adapter.
Answered by: Jared
Date published: 2021-01-22

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Hi Everyone. Hyperfocal Distance??? I know the M series is a 1.6 crop, so if I use an EF 35mm 1.4 lens on this adapter, do I simply plug in 35mm @1.4 on M camera in hyperlocal calculator or do I convert it first to 56mm, then plug in @1.4 on M in the hyperlfocal calculator? Thanks friends!
Asked by: Henry
No; base the calculations off of the lens. The lens does not change depending on the camera to which it is mounted. The only thing the camera's sensor changes is the field of view as seen by the image circle. And remember, field of view (FOV) is NOT the same as depth of field (DOF).
Answered by: Jared
Date published: 2021-05-15

Won't using this mount cause a further reduction ...

Won't using this mount cause a further reduction in field of view than that of the conversion from 35mm to APS-C? If so, what is the combined conversion factor when using this mount? (34mm - APS-C plus the factor caused by the mount.)
Asked by: David
There is no further reduction in the field of view other than a 1.6x crop factor, being that a Canon FD lens would be considered full frame and a Canon EF-M mirrorless camera is APS-C.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-11-21

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Does the B&H deliver to Russia? If so, then how is it done?
Asked by: serge d.
You may calculate your actual shipping options/order totals by adding the items you want to a shopping cart. It will then list the shipping options, descriptions, ETA's and fees to your location.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Does this adapter have a glass lens element?
Asked by: serge d.
No. The focal distance is FD lens.
Answered by: LUIS B.
Date published: 2021-05-15

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Mounted a Canon FD lens to my M5 using this adapter. Why can't I magnify to check focus before I shoot? Am i doing something wrong? Or can you not magnify at all using FD lenses before shooting? thanks for any help!
Asked by: Henry
As the previous person mentioned, you need to grant permission to the camera to take photos without a lens considering that both the adapter and an FD lens wouldn't be sending electrical signals to your camera and, thus, the camera don't recognize the pair as an actual lens. That same thing will happen with pretty much any manual focus-only lens adaptation that you do to these newer cameras. Good luck.
Answered by: Rafael
Date published: 2020-11-21
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