FotodioX Canon EF/EF-S Lens to Fujifilm X-Mount Camera Vizelex ND Throttle Adapter

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FotodioX Canon EF/EF-S Lens to Fujifilm X-Mount Camera Vizelex ND Throttle Adapter
Key Features
  • Canon EF/EF-S Lens to Fujifilm X Camera
  • Built-In Variable ND Filter
  • 0.3 to 2.4 Filter Factor, 1 to 8 Stops
  • Provides Enhanced Control over Exposure
Breathe new life into your Canon EF/EF-S-mount lens by using it on a fresh Fujifilm X-mount camera with the Fotodiox Vizelex ND Throttle Adapter, which even features a built-in variable ND filter for added control over your exposure. The integrated ND filter of the Vizelex offers a 0.3 to 2.4 filter factor, which translates into a wide range of 1 to 8 stops. This makes the adapter ideal for videographers and photographers who may want to make quick adjustments to their filtration throughout the day. The ND filter can be used to lengthen the shutter speed or use larger apertures when working in bright sunlight. Also, the placement of the filter within the adapter means that switching lenses does not require users to fiddle with additional filters and it will even work with lenses that do not have a filter thread. Additionally, this filter is constructed of both brass and aluminum for a durable construction and precise fit with your equipment that guarantees infinity focus.
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FotodioX EOS-FXRF-NDTHRTL-PRO Overview

Breathe new life into your Canon EF/EF-S-mount lens by using it on a fresh Fujifilm X-mount camera with the Fotodiox Vizelex ND Throttle Adapter, which even features a built-in variable ND filter for added control over your exposure. The integrated ND filter of the Vizelex offers a 0.3 to 2.4 filter factor, which translates into a wide range of 1 to 8 stops. This makes the adapter ideal for videographers and photographers who may want to make quick adjustments to their filtration throughout the day. The ND filter can be used to lengthen the shutter speed or use larger apertures when working in bright sunlight. Also, the placement of the filter within the adapter means that switching lenses does not require users to fiddle with additional filters and it will even work with lenses that do not have a filter thread. Additionally, this filter is constructed of both brass and aluminum for a durable construction and precise fit with your equipment that guarantees infinity focus.

UPC: 847372030286

FotodioX EOS-FXRF-NDTHRTL-PRO Specs

Adapter
Camera MountFUJIFILM X
Lens MountCanon EF/EF-S
Neutral Density Filter0.3 (1 Stop) to 2.4 (8 Stops)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.415 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.35 x 2.95 x 2.25"
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will this allow me to change f stops on the lens?
Asked by: Mustafa A.
No, it will not. As stated under the Overview, electronic communication between an attached camera and lens is not supported by this adapter. When removed from a compatible Canon camera, the aperture diaphragm on a Canon EF or EF-S mount lens is designed to open to its widest setting. A Canon EF or EF-S mount lens may be effectively used with its aperture diaphragm fully open along with the Vizelex Pro ND Throttle Lens Mount Adapter. Otherwise, an aperture value on a Canon EF or EF-S mount lens may be set by first placing the lens on a Canon EOS camera and then pressing the camera's depth of field preview button while removing the lens prior to placing it on the adapter. But the adapter does not directly offer aperture adjustment control.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-12-20

Will this work with the Fujifilm X-T20?

Will this work with the Fujifilm X-T20?
Asked by: Sherman
I use it on my XE-2, but I don’t see why it won’t work on any X mount camera. Remember, that it is NOT compatible with your cameras electronics, so you can’t stop down from wide open and must ficus manually. The “throttle will cut out light, but it is not the same as being able to use a higher f-stop.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-05-30

Can the aperture be manually set if you lens has ...

Can the aperture be manually set if you lens has an aperture ring?
Asked by: Keith
If you are using a lens that has an aperture ring on it, you will be able to control that aperture. However lenses that do not you will only be able to compensate for the exposure by using the built-in Variable ND Filter.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-04-08
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