FotodioX Mamiya 645 Lens to Fujifilm G-Mount Camera Pro Lens Mount Adapter

FotodioX Mamiya 645 Lens to Fujifilm G-Mount Camera Pro Lens Mount Adapter

FotodioX Mamiya 645 Lens to Fujifilm G-Mount Camera Pro Lens Mount Adapter

B&H # FOPLMAMFGM MFR # M645-GFX-PRO
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Product Highlights

  • Mamiya 645 Lens to Fujifilm G Camera
  • Arca-Type Compatible Tripod Foot
  • Infinity Focus Guaranteed
  • Non-Reflective Black Interior
  • Chrome-Plated Brass Mounts
  • All-Metal Construction
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Use your Mamiya 645-mount lenses on your Fujifilm G-mount camera with this Pro Lens Mount Adapter from Fotodiox. This adapter is able to support larger lenses thanks to a built-in tripod foot that is compatible with Arca-type supports. The adapter is guaranteed to provide infinity focus with your lens and it features a non-reflective black interior to prevent reflections. Additionally, it has an all-metal construction with chrome-plated brass mounts.

UPC: 847372037261
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FotodioX Mamiya 645 Lens to Fujifilm G-Mount Camera Pro Lens Mount Adapter
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Adapter
    Camera Mount Fujifilm G
    Lens Mount Mamiya 645
    Physical
    Material Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.65 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.5 x 3.7 x 2.7"
    Mamiya 645 Lens to Fujifilm G-Mount Camera Pro Lens Mount Adapter is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Overall good but could use improvement Overall I'm glad to have this on hand. The first few times I mounted a lens on it seemed a little rough. No slop though. It improved after a few install/remove cycles. Fits onto the GFX 50S firmly without being excessive. Really the only significant issue is the tripod mount. It attaches to the tube with a relatively narrow interface as seen from the side. Because of this you can deflect the camera/lens in pitch (front of lens up and down) too easily. You can see that the tripod head is not moving but the camera and lens are. Some of my early test shots were not as sharp as I would have imagined so I went to electronic shutter and that helped a lot. I was using a 150mm lens and when viewing the magnified image I was surprised how little pressure it took to cause the image to shake. Not a show stopper but something to take into account. It wouldn't be very hard to beef up the mount up a bit. Tightening the two very small screws that hold the tripod mount onto the tube seemed to help a little. Considering how much more money this unit costs compared to similar Fotodiox adapters for smaller format cameras I would have expected more engineering thought would have gone into it. A deeper (fore and aft) area of contact between the two components would help significantly. The other related issue is that the camera/lens does not sit level in the mount. The lens and camera point slightly upward.
    Date published: 2017-04-30
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