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Canon Drop-In Filter Mount Adapter EF-EOS R with Variable ND Filter

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Canon Drop-In Filter Mount Adapter EF-EOS R with Variable ND Filter
Key Features
  • Canon EF/EF-S Lens to EOS R Camera
  • Maintains AF and Image Stabilization
  • Includes Drop-In Variable ND Filter A
  • Dust- and Water-Resistant
Extending the range of compatible lenses, this Canon Drop-In Filter Mount Adapter EF-EOS R is a unique lens adapter designed for attaching any EF or EF-S-mount lens to the EOS R mirrorless digital camera. This sophisticated adapter affords compatibility with select A-type drop-in filters, and includes a variable neutral density filter for greater control over your exposure settings.
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Canon 3443C002 Overview

Extending the range of compatible lenses, this Canon Drop-In Filter Mount Adapter EF-EOS R is a unique lens adapter designed for attaching any EF or EF-S-mount lens to the EOS R mirrorless digital camera. This sophisticated adapter affords compatibility with select A-type drop-in filters, and includes a variable neutral density filter for greater control over your exposure settings.

The adapter's design extends the ability to use filters with unique lenses that cannot accept filters on the front, and and it also retains full autofocus and image stabilization capabilities of the mounted lens. It is also dust- and water-resistant, making it suitable for use in harsh weather conditions.

UPC: 013803318012

Canon 3443C002 Specs

Camera Mount
Canon RF
Lens Mount
Canon EF, Canon EF/EF-S
Dimensions
ø: 2.9 x H: 1.0" / ø: 73.2 x H: 24.7 mm
Weight
4.27 oz / 121 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.635 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
13.5 x 4.9 x 3.7"

Canon 3443C002 Reviews

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How does the variable neutral density filter work ...

How does the variable neutral density filter work with ultra wides like the 11-24mm or 16-35mm? Normally front mounted variable e neutral density filters aren't usable with such wide lenses but wondering if being mounted on the rear of the lens solves or improves these issues?
Asked by: Sean
This will adapt EOS lenses to R mount cameras , and the filter works good
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-02-10

Does this VND cause the "x"?

Does this VND cause the "x"?
Asked by: Todd
None that we can see. The ND stopped all the way down looks great with no X over the video.
Answered by: Davidb
Date published: 2023-02-22

Is there a version of the drop-in filter mount ...

Is there a version of the drop-in filter mount that adopts PL lenses to RF?
Asked by: Philipp
This Fotodiox adapter is for PL lens to Canon RF camera and it has a built in ND filter. The filter is not drop in though. There isn't a version with drop in for that combination. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1486458-REG/fotodiox_pl_eosr_ndthrtl_cine_vizelex_nd_throttle_lens.html
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2022-03-14

Do this slightly change focal distance on lenses, ...

Do this slightly change focal distance on lenses, or lose additional stops of light?
Asked by: Christian
The focal length will not change and you will not lose any light other than using the nd, which cuts out 1.5-9 stops of light.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-06-25

Does this seriously not come with a cover for ...

Does this seriously not come with a cover for when the filter is not in place? That would be Canon's ultra-stingy style.
Asked by: Steve
It would be much smater to develop a variable drop-in variable ND filter starting at 0.0 optical density. (this Canon actually starts at 1.5). Then, the ND could stay put at all times without the need to buy a clear filter in separate. Now, if you want to save some $300+ dollars you can use the multi-shoot high dynamic range (HDR) method. As an alternative to split graduated neutral density filters, some digital cameras offer built-in HDR which allow the camera to capture and then combine different exposures of the same subject matter when shooting in RAW image format. However, as long as a sufficiently short exposure time is available, it is possible to exactly mimic the effect of a graduated neutral density filter by using two exposures of the same scene one or several stops apart and blending them with a graduated mask in an image editor. This method has the advantage that the shape of the mask can be freely defined in editing.
Answered by: Ricardo
Date published: 2021-10-10

Will canon r5 control ring and drop in nd filter ...

Will canon r5 control ring and drop in nd filter adapter work together on eos r5c
Asked by: Dwayne
No, it will not. If you plan to connect a Canon EF-mount lens onto the Canon EOS R5 C Mirrorless Cinema Camera, you may use either the Canon Drop-In Filter Mount Adapter EF-EOS R with Variable ND Filter on your EF-mount lens or you may use the Canon Control Ring Mount Adapter EF-EOS R on your EF-mount lens, but you cannot use both on the lens at the same time.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2023-12-27

is there a clear filter?

is there a clear filter?
Asked by: walter
No, there is no a clear filter incorporated within this variable ND filter. You can get a separate clear filter and also a separate polarizing filter. It would have been nice to have a clear filter incorporated into the variable ND filter as well as in the polarizer, but such is not the case. To get clear, you must use the separate clear drop in filter.
Answered by: Mary Ann
Date published: 2020-07-14

Will eye AF work with the R5 or R6 with this (and ...

Will eye AF work with the R5 or R6 with this (and how many stops can you use and still get accurate AF results)?
Asked by: Mark
Yes Eye Autofocus will work on the EOS R5/R6 with this adapter attached.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-10-15
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