FotodioX Pro Lens Mount Adapter with Generation v10 Focus Confirmation Chip for Leica R-Mount Lens to Canon EF or EF-S Mount Camera

BH #FOLREOSPFC10 • MFR #LR-EOS-PRO-FC10
FotodioX Pro Lens Mount Adapter with Generation v10 Focus Confirmation Chip for Leica R-Mount Lens to Canon EF or EF-S Mount Camera
Key Features
  • Leica R Lens to EF/EF-S Body
  • Enables In-Camera Focus Confirmation
  • Supports Focusing to Infinity
  • Brass Lens Mounting Ring
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This FotodioX Pro Lens Mount Adapter allows a Leica R-mount lens to be used on a Canon EF or EF-S mount camera. It is designed to support focusing to infinity and utilizes a brass lens mounting ring to provide a durable, yet lightweight camera-to-lens connection.

FotodioX LR-EOS-PRO-FC10 Overview

This FotodioX Pro Lens Mount Adapter allows a Leica R-mount lens to be used on a Canon EF or EF-S mount camera. It is designed to support focusing to infinity and utilizes a brass lens mounting ring to provide a durable, yet lightweight camera-to-lens connection.

A Generation v10 chip built into the adapter enables focus confirmation within a Canon EF or EF-S mount camera when used with a Leica R-mount lens. This feature allows focus to be quickly and accurately achieved through a compatible camera's viewfinder or live view feature.

  • Allows a Leica R-mount lens to be used on a Canon EF or EF-S mount camera
  • Built-in Generation v10 chip enables in-camera focus confirmation
  • Attached lens can focus to infinity
  • Brass construction and mounting ring provide a lightweight camera-to-lens connection with enhanced durability
  • Locking mechanism for secure attachment of lens with push-button release
UPC: 847372046010

FotodioX LR-EOS-PRO-FC10 Specs

Adapter
Camera MountCanon EF
Lens MountLeica R
Physical
MaterialBrass
DimensionsH: 2.7 x W: 2.5 x D: 0.3" / H: 6.8 x W: 6.3 x D: 0.9 cm
Weight1.4 oz / 39.69 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.06 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.9 x 2.8 x 0.7"
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