FotodioX Canon EF Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera FUSION ND Throttle Auto Adapter

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FotodioX Canon EF Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera FUSION ND Throttle Auto Adapter
Key Features
  • Canon EF Lens to Sony E Camera
  • Works with Full-Frame & APS-C Formats
  • Integrated 8.5-Stop Variable ND Filter
  • Geared Dial for Control over ND Level
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Blending features from two of their most appreciated adapters, Fotodiox has designed the FUSION ND Throttle Auto Adapter which allows for electronic communication between the lens and camera and incorporates a 1 to 8.5-stop variable ND filter. This model enables the use of Canon EF-mount lenses with a Sony E-mount mirrorless camera and, thanks to the electronic contacts, users can now control the lens aperture from the camera body as well as work with autofocus, auto exposure, and image stabilization. In addition to all of this, the adapter will transfer Exif data to the camera and it offers a geared control ring for adjusting the density of the filter either by hand or with a follow focus system. Additionally, the adapter is constructed for brass with a stainless steel finish and comes with a removable 1/4"-20 tripod foot.
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FotodioX EOS-SNYE-PRO-FUSION-NDTHRTL Overview

Blending features from two of their most appreciated adapters, Fotodiox has designed the FUSION ND Throttle Auto Adapter which allows for electronic communication between the lens and camera and incorporates a 1 to 8.5-stop variable ND filter. This model enables the use of Canon EF-mount lenses with a Sony E-mount mirrorless camera and, thanks to the electronic contacts, users can now control the lens aperture from the camera body as well as work with autofocus, auto exposure, and image stabilization. In addition to all of this, the adapter will transfer Exif data to the camera and it offers a geared control ring for adjusting the density of the filter either by hand or with a follow focus system. Additionally, the adapter is constructed for brass with a stainless steel finish and comes with a removable 1/4"-20 tripod foot.

UPC: 847372033409

FotodioX EOS-SNYE-PRO-FUSION-NDTHRTL Specs

Adapter
Camera MountSony E
Lens MountCanon EF
Physical
Tripod Mounting Thread1/4"-20 Female
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.3 x 3.9 x 2.2"
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