Metabones Nikon F Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera T Adapter II (Black)

Metabones Nikon F Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera T Adapter II (Black)

Metabones Nikon F Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera T Adapter II (Black)

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Metabones Nikon F Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera T Adapter II (Black)

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  • Nikon F Lens to Sony E-Mount
  • Brass Construction with Chromium Plating
  • Flocked Interior to Limit Flare
  • Infinity Focus
  • Detachable Arca-Type Tripod Foot
  • Satin Surface Finish
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  • 1Description

Mount your Nikon F lens to your Sony E-mount camera with this T Adapter II from Metabones. Precision-crafted from brass and given chromium plating, this adapter is designed for daily use and will guarantee infinity focus. This model has a flocked interior that will limit flaring and ghosting from reflections inside the adapter, and a satin exterior finish matches that of most cameras for a unified appearance. Additionally, it has a detachable Arca-type compatible tripod foot for simple mounting to a variety of tripods.

While this adapter allows users to mount a Nikon F lens on their Sony E-mount camera, automatic functions such as autofocus and electronic aperture control will not be supported.

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Metabones Nikon F Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera T Adapter II (Black)
  • Tripod Foot Key
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description

    Metabones MB_NF-E-BT2 Specs

    Adapter
    Camera Mount Sony E
    Lens Mount Nikon F
    Physical
    Material Brass
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.6 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.5 x 4.3 x 1.9"

    Metabones MB_NF-E-BT2 Reviews

    Nikon F Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera T Adapter II (Black) is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 55.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from good adapter with a design flaw The Metabones adapter fits snugly with my Nikon AI 50mm f1.4, 28mm f2.8, and 105mm f2.5 lenses. However, the E mount appears a bit too tight to fit my A7R II. I mounted and tested the adapter on the my brand new A7RII only twice and immediately discovered 2 deep scratches on the bayonet mount of the camera. It turns out the adapter e mount outer diameter is slightly smaller than the camera's bayonet mount outer diameter. When the adapter is twist mounted on the camera, its e mount outer edge cut into the camera's bayonet mount surface and left 2 long scratch marks behind. I also have a Sigma MC-11 adapter which has the exact same e mount diameter as the camera bayonet mount not like the Metabones adapter. While I expect the lens mount will become scratchy from use over time. The scratches created by the Metabones adapter are deep and I worry the it would wear out the lens mount over time. I had since returned it to B&H. Buyer beware!
    Date published: 2016-12-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from NO AF OR APERATURE SETTINGS! This review is geared to the newbies coming from Nikon. While it's been said before, I feel the need to say it again. If you are transitioning from Nikon to Sony and want to use your lenses this will technically work. However, this adapter will not let you use any kind of auto-focus features or change aperture. So do not, I repeat, DO NOT buy this if you do not own any nikon F-mount lenses that have a manual aperture ring. While the AF lenses WILL fit onto the Metabones adapter, they will be locked up at the smallest aperature (i.e. F/22) and cannot be changed. With that being said, if you own any older lenses with an aperture ring that lets you manually change it, this adapter will work just fine which is why i've given it 5 stars.
    Date published: 2017-01-28
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too much play I just bought a Zeiss Milvus 85/1.4 (Nikon mount) and lens gear for use with my follow focus. The Metabones adapter allows me to attach the lens to my Sony A7SII. The combination of this big, heavy lens and fairly stiff (but smooth) focus ring means that a lot of torque is applied to the mount. And unfortunately, there's enough play in the Metabones adapter that the Zeiss lens shifts when the follow focus is engaged. This makes video footage unusable because you see the shudder when you begin to rack focus. Longer lenses (like the Milvus 135/2) would only make the shudder look worse. I'm returning the Metabones adapter and going with a semi-permanent Leitax. I have other Metabones adapters and have been happy with them, but this one won't work for my needs.
    Date published: 2017-11-05
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from I would NOT buy thisproduct again I have never been able to use this product. It will not fit onto my Sony A7ii. The mount is too tight and to try and force it on would most likely damage my camera. My other E Mount lenses fit onto the camera in a very smooth fashion. I note that there are others who have had the same experience.
    Date published: 2017-11-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Built Like A Tank Before you buy this adapter, make sure you know this - THIS IS ONLY FOR NON-AUTO LENSES. THERE IS NO ELECTRONIC CONNECTION TO THE CAMERA. If you need autofocus or electronic aperture, this is not your adapter. If you have fully manual Nikon or Nikon Mount Zeiss lenses, then this is your adapter. I use this with Zeiss ZF lenses (fully manual) on a Sony A7SII. It works perfectly. I used to have the Commlite adapter. It had this secondary aperture ring that controlled the aperture ring on my lenses- AND IT'S A DISASTER. I kept asking myself why. This adapter fits on the camera very tightly. Like VERY TIGHTLY. The first time I put it on, I really had to give it a twist. But now after 30-40 times of changing lenses, it has gotten easier - more broken in. But it's still very tight. There aren't any light leaks and I haven't seen any bizarre flares at all. It does seem to cut down on the beautiful flaring I get on some of my lenses, but oh well. It works great. It appears to maintain infinity focus. There is zero play in my lenses when attached to this adapter - zero jiggle so far. My Cinevate Nikon to E Mount adapters have some jiggle and I have to shim them to keep them from jiggling a bit (this is a bigger concern when shooting video). Excellent adapter. I would highly recommend this. Not overly expensive, but not cheap for what it is. But the build quality is top notch.
    Date published: 2016-02-28
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from E mount diameter out of spec. The Metabones adapter F mount side fits snuggly with my Nikon AI 50mm f1.4, 28mm f2.8, and 105mm f2.5 lenses. However, the E mount side is too tight to fit my A7R II. I had used the adapter only twice on my brand new A7RII and it already created 2 notable scratches on the bayonet mount surface of the camera. It turns out the adapter's E mount diameter is smaller than the specification. Hence, when the adapter was mounted on my camera, its E mount outer edge scratched the camera's bayonet mount surface and left deep scratch marks behind. My Sigma MC-11 adapter has the exact same E mount diameter as the camera bayonet mount. It mats perfectly to the camera without any issue. While I expect the camera's lens mount will become scratchy from use over time, the scratches created by the Metabones adapter are unusually deep though. Buyer beware!
    Date published: 2016-12-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Price NOTICE! This is a DUMB adapter. Meaning there is no electronics in this adapter. This will not work with auto focus, IS, etc. The use for this adapter is to put all MANUAL lenses on your E mount camera. This is why I purchased this intentionally to put my old Nikkor glass on my Sony FS5. Metabones has spectacular build quality with not much play in the mounts on their adapters. If you're willing to pay a bit extra for their nice adapters I would always recommend Metabones. There is a bunch of different types so make sure you know exactly which one you're getting.
    Date published: 2016-12-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from New Life for Old Lenses So, you've been into photography for a while, and you've got a nice assortment of SLR lenses .....A nice 500mm f8, that beautiful f1.8 85mm portrait lens, and who wouldn't still want to use that PC lens (that cost a fortune, Only problem is that they're all made by another manufacturer, and don't want anything to do with your newer, different manufacturer's camera body. What to do??? Well, I solved the problem very easily with the Metabones Nikon F/C adapter to place all these (and a few more) lenses on my SONY Alpha NEX7. Now, in addition to the SONY 18mm stock lens, I have access to all the focal lengths I need or want. The glass in the old lenses comes alive through the Metabones adapter. No light loss, and...compatability with ALL my Nikkor lenses. No regrets. It worked so well, I went and got another one to adapt my Canon lenses as well...That 14mm f2.8 looks like it grew the NEX7.
    Date published: 2016-01-04
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    question

    Will this work on a Sony NEX FS700?
    Asked by: Americo
    Yes it will work, but you will have to use manual focus and manual exposure.
    Answered by: Andrea O.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

    question

    is this for nikon bodies? I'm a beginner so this may be a very stupid question.
    Asked by: Jorge A.
    This adapter allows Nikon F lenses with a built in aperture ring to be mounted onto a Sony E mount mirrorless camera.
    Answered by: Kirk R.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

    question

    Can i use this with my AF 70 300 Nikkor lens to use on a a6300?
    Asked by: Lucca B.
    Yes, the Metabones Nikon F Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera T Adapter II would allow you to connect a Nikon 70-300mm lens to the Sony E-mount used on the Sony Alpha a6300 Mirrorless Digital Camera. However, as Nikon has manufactured many different versions of the Nikon 70-300mm lens, this adapter is recommended for older Nikon F-mount lenses that have their own aperture rings built into the lens to control the aperture. You would not be able to control the aperture of a newer G-series or E-series lens. If you own a newer Nikon lens that does not have an aperture ring built onto the lens, then I would instead recommend purchasing the Metabones Nikon G Lens to Sony NEX Camera Lens Mount Adapter (Matte Black), B&H # MENFGEBM1, for your needs. This adapter has an aperture control built directly into the adapter for use with Nikon G-series lenses.
    Answered by: Manzell L.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

    question

    I have an 18-270 tamron Lens which I used in my Nikon d3100. Is this the right adapter (T Adapter II) so that I can use this lens to my Sony A6000?
    Asked by: Elevito S.
    Yes, this is the correct adapter to use for Nikon lenses to be mounted on a camera like the Sony A6000.
    Answered by: Heather S.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

    question

    can I use zeiss milvus 15mm on this adapter without getting vignette in my image?
    Asked by: Akshay P.
    If you have a Nikon F version of the Zeiss Milvus 15mm it will work on this adapter and there should be no vignetting.
    Answered by: Joseph P.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

    question

    Can I use the adapter on a Sony FS7?
    Asked by: Manuel
    As the Sony PXW-FS7 XDCAM Super 35 Camera System uses the Sony E-mount, yes, the Metabones Nikon F Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera T Adapter II would allow you to connect Nikon F-mount lenses on your camera. Do note that, as indicated under the Overview for the lens adapter, while this adapter allows users to mount a Nikon F lens on their Sony E-mount camera, automatic functions such as autofocus and electronic aperture control will not be supported.
    Answered by: Manzell L.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

    question

    Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8E ED VR does not let me use adapter ring. Any ideas?
    Asked by: Alvin R
    This adapter lacks any electronic contacts to retain control of the lens. This is designed for full manual control over the lens.
    Answered by: James B.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

    question

    will this adapter tell the camera Sony a7sii the focal length of the lens attached to it? Or do i need to tell the camera what type of lens im using every time i change a lens? Thanks in advance guys!
    Asked by: Valentino P.
    I use it for Nikon F to Fuji X and yes you have to tell the camera what lens it is
    Answered by: Jeffrey G.
    Date published: 2018-08-26
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    Metabones MB_NF-E-BT2 Q&A

    Metabones MB_NF-E-BT2 Accessories

    Designed For Use With:

    • Hasselblad Lunar
    • Sony Alpha A5000
    • Sony Alpha A5100
    • Sony Alpha A6000
    • Sony Alpha A6300
    • Sony Alpha A6400
    • Sony Alpha A6500
    • Sony Alpha A7
    • Sony Alpha A7 II
    • Sony Alpha A7 III
    • Sony Alpha A7R
    • Sony Alpha A7R II
    • Sony a7 III Mirrorless Digital Camera
    • Sony Alpha A7R III
    • Sony Alpha A7S
    • Sony Alpha A7S II
    • Sony Alpha A9
    • Sony Alpha NEX-7
    • Sony Alpha a6500
    • Sony QX1
    • Thom Alpha A6300
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