Mitakon Zhongyi Nikon F Mount G Lens to Micro Four Thirds Camera Lens Turbo Adapter Mark II

BH #MITLAMFTV2 • MFR #MTKLTM2AIM43
Mitakon Zhongyi
Mitakon Zhongyi Nikon F Mount G Lens to Micro Four Thirds Camera Lens Turbo Adapter Mark II
Key Features
  • Nikon F Mount G Lens to MFT Camera
  • One Extra-Low Dispersion Element
  • Widens Angle of View by 0.726x
  • Increases Maximum Aperture 1 Stop
Allowing you to mount a Nikon F mount G lens on a Micro Four Thirds camera body, this Lens Turbo Adapter Mark II from Mitakon Zhongyi is a manual adapter that maintains infinity focus and image quality, and well as increases the maximum aperture and angle of view. Four elements are featured in the adapter's design, including one extra-low dispersion element, which helps to deliver a well-corrected image with edge-to-edge sharpness and illumination. This optical design also condenses the light reaching the sensor in order to gain one effective stop of light and increase the angle of view by 0.726x to somewhat lessen the crop factor of Micro Four Thirds cameras.
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Mitakon Zhongyi MTKLTM2AIM43 Overview

Allowing you to mount a Nikon F mount G lens on a Micro Four Thirds camera body, this Lens Turbo Adapter Mark II from Mitakon Zhongyi is a manual adapter that maintains infinity focus and image quality, and well as increases the maximum aperture and angle of view. Four elements are featured in the adapter's design, including one extra-low dispersion element, which helps to deliver a well-corrected image with edge-to-edge sharpness and illumination. This optical design also condenses the light reaching the sensor in order to gain one effective stop of light and increase the angle of view by 0.726x to somewhat lessen the crop factor of Micro Four Thirds cameras.

In addition to the optical design, this adapter features an integrated aperture control ring for adjusting aperture on G-series lenses as well as a durable metal housing along with stainless steel mounts for secure lens-to-adapter and adapter-to-camera connections. As a manual adapter, electronic communication, including aperture control and autofocus, is not supported between the camera and lens.

Permits mounting Nikon F mount G lenses on Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras.
Four elements in four groups design, including one extra-low dispersion element, maintains sharpness and clarity from edge-to-edge.
Optical design condenses the light reaching the sensor to effectively gain one f/stop of light and increase the angle of view by 0.726x.
Integrated aperture control ring allows for improved exposure control when using Nikon's G-series lenses..
Durable metal construction with stainless steel mounts.
UPC: 683203854979

Mitakon Zhongyi MTKLTM2AIM43 Specs

Adapter
Camera MountMicro Four Thirds
Lens MountNikon F
Nikon Lens CompatibilityG-Type Lens
Magnification0.726x
Optical Design4 Elements in 4 Groups
Physical
Weight8 oz / 230 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.415 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.15 x 4.1 x 2.6"
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will this make the bokeh any 'creamier' than without lens turbo II on the samefixed focal length prime lens at teh same max aperture or at least will it make the background (with portraits) even more blurred or does the fact it shortens the focal length/widen the fov even make the background less blurred and boeh less 'creamy'? Thank you
Asked by: Justin
The adapter will allow your lens to be used as it would appear on a full frame camera. It will be similar to using the lens without an adapter.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-26

Has anyone noticed any problems with pre-G ...

Has anyone noticed any problems with pre-G lenses? I just put a Series E 50mm 1.8 and it seems like the release button interferes with the free play of the aperture control. This also happened with a Nikkor 1.4 50 but not a Nikkor HC f2 50. You can depress the button and move the ring but this seems less than ideal to me.
Asked by: Matt
No other such reports have surfaced. This is an economy adapter and quality control can vary. You may wish to consider exchange.
Answered by: Dennis A
Date published: 2019-06-04

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I placed this adapter on my Nikon lens, But now don't know how to take it off.Can someone help?
Asked by: Michael H.
Slide button towards the camera to release lens. It doesn't push in.
Answered by: Chad T.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Has anyone had issues focusing to infinity with this adapter?
Asked by: dan
This adapter maintains infinity focus.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Does this have a mechanical iris control prong compatible with Turbo Lens II Nikon to MFT (B&H # MITLAMFTV2)?
Asked by: T T.
The Mitakon Zhongyi Nikon F Mount G Lens to Micro Four Thirds Camera Lens Turbo Adapter Mark II B&H # MITLAMFTV2 MFR # MTKLTM2AIM43, has a mechanical control iris but it is separate from the iris of the camera.
Answered by: Craig R.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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What should the aperture of a Nikon G lens be set to before attaching to the adapter? Or does it matter?
Asked by: William
The aperture of a Nikon G lens is always open. It does not need to be set before putting this on the adapter. The aperture ring on the adapter takes care of the light amount control.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Is aperture control actually controls the aperture blades in the attached lens, or it has internal aperture blades (like on some of the cheaper adapters)? Also, is there any way to tell the f stops, or it's all guess work? Like for example, if I know the sweet spot of the attached lens is f5.6, is there any way to set it up with the adapter?
Asked by: Anonymous
Just received the NIkon g to M43 version. YES aperture controll , actually controll the lens aperture blades (good)!I still not 100% sure, but , it seems that if you mount the lens on the adapter with the lens set to 5.6 for example, the fastes aperture you will get from operating the adapter will/should be 5.6. I haven't test it properly but for now ... it seems very good, decent materials, and very nice image look Lens I tried: NIKON -S 50mm f .14 NIKON AI-s 28mm f2.8 NIKON -G 35mm f 1.4
Answered by: emilio c.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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So what would be the crop factor with a full frame lens on the G7 using this adapter? Is it around 1.5 instead of 2?
Asked by: Philippe
Yes, crop factor is 2.0 * 0.726 (focal reducer) = 1.45 or approximately 1.5. This adapter works very well on good quality legacy lenses.
Answered by: Judy W.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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