LEE Filters SW150 Mark II Lens Adapter for Nikon PC NIKKOR 19mm f/4E ED Tilt-Shift Lens

BH #LESW150N19PC • MFR #SW150N19PC
LEE Filters
LEE Filters SW150 Mark II Lens Adapter for Nikon PC NIKKOR 19mm f/4E ED Tilt-Shift Lens
Key Features
  • For Nikon 19mm f/4E ED Tilt-Shift Lens
  • Enables Use of SW150 Mark II Holder
  • Secure Attachment to Lens
  • Easy Installation
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This LEE Filters SW150 Mark II Lens Adapter is designed to allow a separately available SW150 Mark II Filter Holder to connect to a Nikon PC NIKKOR 19mm f/4E ED Tilt-Shift lens, which then permits the use of 150mm-wide, 2mm-thick filters without vignetting.

LEE Filters SW150 Mark II Overview

This LEE Filters SW150 Mark II Lens Adapter is designed to allow a separately available SW150 Mark II Filter Holder to connect to a Nikon PC NIKKOR 19mm f/4E ED Tilt-Shift lens, which then permits the use of 150mm-wide, 2mm-thick filters without vignetting.

This lens adapter consists of three components: a locking ring, a compression ring, and a front ring. Placement of the lens adapter onto the lens is easily accomplished by sliding the locking ring over the front of the lens and past its front element. After the compression ring is positioned along the front of the lens, the locking ring can be moved forward until it meets the compression ring. Finally, the front ring is also placed over the front of the lens and screwed onto the locking ring. After that is accomplished, an SW150 Mark II Holder can be placed over the adapter at the front of the lens for use.

  • Allows a LEE Filters SW150 Mark II Filter Holder to be used with a Nikon PC NIKKOR 19mm f/4E ED Tilt-Shift lens
  • Provides a secure connection for the LEE Filters SW150 Mark II Filter Holder
  • Durable aluminum-alloy construction

LEE Filters SW150 Mark II Specs

Filter Holder System CompatibilityLEE Filters SW150
MaterialAluminum
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.485 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.05 x 6.85 x 1.2"
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