Novoflex Nikon F Lens to Fujifilm G-Mount Camera Adapter

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Novoflex Nikon F Lens to Fujifilm G-Mount Camera Adapter
Key Features
  • Nikon F Lens to Fujifilm GFX Camera
  • Supports Nikon G-Type Lenses
  • Built-In Aperture Control Ring
  • Maintains Infinity Focus
Mount your Nikon F-mount lens on a Fujifilm G-mount medium format mirrorless camera with this Novoflex Lens Adapter. This adapter has a simple, fully manual, and durable all-metal design for intuitive and straightforward use. It features a built-in aperture control ring to enable the use of G-type Nikon F-mount lenses, which lack a manual aperture ring. While this adapter will maintain infinity focus and the use of aperture priority metering, it does not relay electronic communication between the camera and lens, and also does not support the use of Nikon E-type lenses.
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Novoflex FUG/NIK Overview

Mount your Nikon F-mount lens on a Fujifilm G-mount medium format mirrorless camera with this Novoflex Lens Adapter. This adapter has a simple, fully manual, and durable all-metal design for intuitive and straightforward use. It features a built-in aperture control ring to enable the use of G-type Nikon F-mount lenses, which lack a manual aperture ring. While this adapter will maintain infinity focus and the use of aperture priority metering, it does not relay electronic communication between the camera and lens, and also does not support the use of Nikon E-type lenses.

Novoflex FUG/NIK Specs

Lens MountNikon F
Camera MountFujifilm G
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.1 x 3.8 x 1"
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When mounting a nikon E lense, is the lens stuck at full open or full closed?
Asked by: Sean
@hectorm: E-type simply means there's no aperture lever on the lens; there's a lens motor that sets the aperture when the shutter button is pressed. The default aperture state for E-type lenses is "wide open" which means this adapter will work if I'm OK with never stopping down the lens which is true for 99% of my work-- I want as much light as possible to the sensor.
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Date published: 2021-08-27

I am having trouble getting the shutter to fire ...

I am having trouble getting the shutter to fire with Nikon G lenses. They do not have an aperture rings and everything looks good until I try to fire the shutter. Nothing happens. In the viewfinder there is a 0 for the aperture. and the shutter changes when I turn the blue ring. I have tried changing the shutter from mechanical to electronic and it makes not difference. Finally, I changed to a D lense (20mm) but still nothing happens. Shutter will not fire. What am I doing wrong?
Asked by: Evan
Because the lens adapter does not communicate with the camera body, it doesn't recognize it as being attached and the camera will not fire unless the "Shoot w/o Lens" menu option is enabled.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-09-30

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do adapted nikon F lenses cover the entire GFX S sensor? all of them or just some?
Asked by: mark
No, not all of them. The rule of thumb right now is that it should be a lens over 50mm (though the 50mm 1.8 lenses work) to have little to no vignetting.
Answered by: Jacob C.
Date published: 2021-01-28

Will this adapter accept one of nova flex’s ...

Will this adapter accept one of nova flex’s arca-Swiss compatible collars? I would like to use this to mount heavier lenses on a tripod.
Asked by: Bradley
Unfortunately not. None of the Novoflex collars would fit on the this adapter.
Answered by: Yaakov
Date published: 2021-04-12

Does this adaptor work with Nikon F lenses that ...

Does this adaptor work with Nikon F lenses that already have their own aperture rings?
Asked by: Robert
Yes. You'll leave the aperture control of the adapter to full open and use the lens' own aperture ring to control openings.
Answered by: Elvin
Date published: 2021-03-01
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