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Metabones Nikon F Lens to Sony E-mount Camera T Adapter II (Red)

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Metabones Nikon F Lens to Sony E-mount Camera T Adapter II (Red)
Key Features
  • Nikon F Lens to Sony E-mount
  • Brass Construction with Chromium Plating
  • Flocked Interior to Limit Flare
  • Infinity Focus
Mount your Nikon F lens to your Sony E-mount camera with this T Adapter II from Metabones. Precision-crafted from brass with chromium plating, this adapter is designed for daily use and offers 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.
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Metabones MB_NF-E-RT2 Overview

Mount your Nikon F lens to your Sony E-mount camera with this T Adapter II from Metabones. Precision-crafted from brass with chromium plating, this adapter is designed for daily use and offers 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.

This adapter allows you to mount a Nikon F lens on your Sony E-mount camera, but it does not support automatic functions such as autofocus and electronic aperture control.

Metabones MB_NF-E-RT2 Specs

Adapter
Camera MountSony E
Lens MountNikon F
Nikon Lens CompatibilityAperture Ring Lens
Electronic CommunicationNo
DisplayNo
Physical
MaterialBrass
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.605 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.55 x 4.25 x 1.95"

Metabones MB_NF-E-RT2 Reviews

Expensive Paperweight

By deven
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2022-09-06

Unless you have lenses that let you change aperture... this doesn't work. Found out the hard way. Long story short it's a expensive paper weight

does the job but make sure

By Grant
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-18

make sure this works for your needs, if your lens has digital aperture control and not manual aperture control then this wont work for you.

Simple, effective, and rigid

By Steve
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-08-18

Works great on my Sony Alpha 7II, and allows me to use all my big Nikon glass, from 80-200 f2.8 to 500mm f4. Fits tight and rigid on both camera and lenses, with no sag, so the focal plane stays full frame, even when a heavy lens and camera body are cantilevered off its inbuilt tripod mount. The included case is solid too. Not much to complain about, unless you're being unrealistic. I do, however, wish it came with caps for both ends.

This isn't electronic

By Judah
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2020-08-05

I'm always as honest as I can be in reviews, so I'll say this: When you attach this to your camera, it won't allow you to automatically focus the lens or change the aperture. You need to do that manually. I just stuck a piece of plastic in between the slider to lock the aperture in place, and manually focused the lens to infinity.

Reliable, sturdy adapter

By Sam
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-06-01

I have two of these and haven't had any issues with either, adapting my collection of 60's era F-mount Nikon lenses to Sony alpha series cameras. They're very sturdy and will probably last longer than me or my cameras.

Equipment pollution

By John
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2020-04-27

To begin: B&H please stop selling Metabones products labeled with “flocked interiors” until you can figure out quality and to calm angry customers like me. The good: The adaptor is well made, solid, and fits camera and lens very well. The included packing/carry box with tools to remove the tripod foot (if desired) is a great idea. The bad: Sheds debris inside the camera body, rear element, and sensor that resembles fur. The picture included shows the point. Note that the image is an intentional subject blur so that it is simpler to differentiate the sensor debris from the actual image. There are 18 curly-like fibers annotated with red circles for this example. This is the same problem as noted by reviewer John-Paul 1/1/20. The reason I’m so angry is that I have remained far beyond careful with dust control for 44 years. So much so that it is rare that I swap lenses at all. Instead I buy dedicated camera-lens so I don’t have to swap. I despise the idea of having to clean a lens or sensor and have never had to since olden days. So instead here I get exactly what I’ve spent my life avoiding and spending money on to do so. I’ll point out that at apertures in the f/1.8 to f/4 range this debris is not readily seen. Shallow Dof in itself isn't sharp enough at the sensor plane to call much attention to the obstructions unless it is a clear and open view. At f4 to f/8 is where the junk starts to resolve to show crisp dirt lines. f/5.6 is the annotated image I included to call out the fur. A few weeks ago I wrote to Metabones with my complaint along with pictures and a request for a replacement. I realize no reply from them (yet) may be related to the worldwide pandemic. I cannot wait any longer so will call this purchase a loss and start over again with a different brand. By way of reviewer John-Paul, I as well will not bear the expense (or trouble) of returning this to HK for _____ what? Also, based on their advertising I think we can assume all of their adapter products will suffer the same problem since they all appear to make the same claims: “Felt material flocked Interior to reduce internal reflection” and “Metabones uses matte-black treatment to keep internal reflection… “. I can say I’m also angry at myself for: 1) Not paying closer attention to other reviewers’ real experiences before purchase 2) Considering a $99 item is in the same class of goods needed to properly couple a $2,000 lens to a $3,500 camera 3) Not giving this item the deep analysis that I usually do when I first received it 3 months ago. Interestingly, the use it received in that time didn’t include vertical orientation shots which is probably when most of it fell off into the body. Who would have thought a simple gizmo like this would pollute a clean-room like environment with zero other lens swaps in between to invalidate the concern. If any of this changes and B&H is willing to allow reviewer edits I’ll be happy to update.

Expensive Paperweight

By deven
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2022-09-06

Unless you have lenses that let you change aperture... this doesn't work. Found out the hard way. Long story short it's a expensive paper weight

Works great!

By Jim
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-21

I bought this Metabones camera T adapter because i had read they were the best. I previously had another adapter that got stuck on a lens and i had to destroy it to get it off the lens. The Metabones works great and has allowed me to use the wonderful old glass of my Nikon lenses from film camera days.

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