Mitakon Zhongyi Canon FD Lens to Micro Four Thirds Camera Lens Turbo Adapter Mark II

BH #MI2FDM43 • MFR #MTKLTM2FDM43
Mitakon Zhongyi
Mitakon Zhongyi Canon FD Lens to Micro Four Thirds Camera Lens Turbo Adapter Mark II
Key Features
  • Canon FD 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 Canon FD 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 MTKLTM2FDM43 Overview

Allowing you to mount a Canon FD 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 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 Canon FD 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.
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Durable metal construction with stainless steel mounts.
UPC: 683203854993

Mitakon Zhongyi MTKLTM2FDM43 Specs

Adapter
Camera MountMicro Four Thirds
Lens MountCanon FD
Magnification0.726x
Optical Design4 Elements in 4 Groups
Physical
Weight8 oz / 230 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.1 x 4.1 x 2.7"
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Will canon new FD lenses work on this adapter?

Will canon new FD lenses work on this adapter?
Asked by: David
The Canon manual focus film lenses from the 70's were FD mount lenses, there were also breech mount lenses that had the same mounts, this adapter will work for both lenses.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-09-30

Will this work on the blackmagic 4K camera?

Will this work on the blackmagic 4K camera?
Asked by: Husain
If you are referring to the Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera 4K, there is not a reason why it would not work. The adapter works with FD lenses that are manual.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2020-09-24

Hello, will this work on the BMPCC4K? Thanks

Hello, will this work on the BMPCC4K? Thanks
Asked by: Husain
Yes, it is compatible.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-09-24

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Does this Mitakon FD to M43 work on a Pocket Cinema Camera?
Asked by: Martin M.
I have not tried it on the camera you are asking about. I have only used it on my Lumix G-6. Sorry, not much help.
Answered by: Steve C.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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I've heard about the Version 1 of this having a problem where the glass of the focal reducer would touch the lens when the focus is turned to infinity. Does this one (Version 2) have this issue? I'm specifically looking for the GH4.
Asked by: Guy
I haven't had this problem on my gh4. I use primarily vintage Russian lenses with an m42-eos ring adapter.
Answered by: Christopher L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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I have n FD-M4/3 and is always full open! How can i get control of diaphragm?
Asked by: Martin Jose
It's tricky sometimes, even on a brand new Lens Turbo II. You need to engage the aperture blade on the bottom of the lens while you are mounting it to the Lens Turbo II. Basically, while looking down on the camera from behind, line up the aperture blade (metal blade opposite of red dot) on the right side of the screw that sticks out of the middle of the adapter and make sure it stays on that side of the screw while you twist on the lens. If the blade is on the left side, it will cause your lens to be stuck at a full open aperture.
Answered by: Craig J.
Date published: 2019-07-27
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