Viltrox NF-NEX Lens Mount Adapter for Nikon F-Mount, D or G-Type Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera

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Viltrox NF-NEX Lens Mount Adapter for Nikon F-Mount, D or G-Type Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera
Key Features
  • Nikon F-Mount, D or G-Type Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera
This Lens Mount Adapter from Viltrox is designed to allow a Nikon F-mount, D or G-type lens to be used with a Sony E-mount camera. It supports manual focusing as well as eight stops of aperture control. The underside of its tripod foot is tapped with a 1/4"-20 accessory thread, providing for direct attachment to a tripod or quick release plate that features a 1/4"-20 mount.
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Viltrox NF-NEX Overview

This Lens Mount Adapter from Viltrox is designed to allow a Nikon F-mount, D or G-type lens to be used with a Sony E-mount camera. It supports manual focusing as well as eight stops of aperture control. The underside of its tripod foot is tapped with a 1/4"-20 accessory thread, providing for direct attachment to a tripod or quick release plate that features a 1/4"-20 mount.

  • Allows manual focus and eight stops of aperture control
  • Tripod foot with 1/4"-20 accessory thread for direct attachment to a tripod or quick release plate that features a 1/4"-20 mount

Viltrox NF-NEX Specs

Adapter
Camera MountSony E
Lens MountNikon F
Nikon Lens CompatibilityG-Type Lens
Physical
Tripod Mounting Thread1/4"-20 Female
Dimensionsø: 2.6 x D: 1.3" / ø: 67.0 x D: 34.0 mm
Weight5.86 oz / 166 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.47 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.1 x 3.8 x 2.45"
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Does this allow metering, and can it be used with ...

Does this allow metering, and can it be used with Nikon manual focus lenses (AI-S)?
Asked by: Leo
The Viltrox NF-NEX Lens Mount Adapter for Nikon F-Mount, D or G-Type Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera does not have built-in electronic contacts. As such, it does not transfer electronic information such as autofocus, image stabilization, aperture control via the camera dials, or EXIF information to the camera. Sony states that correct metering cannot be achieved when you use lenses that do not provide a lens contact. In such cases, adjust the exposure manually by checking it on the recorded image. If you use a Nikon AI-S lens on the above lens adapter, you would either have to open the aperture ring on the adapter to the largest setting, then use the lens' adapter ring to adjust your aperture setting, or vice versa, open the aperture ring on the lens all the way, then use the aperture ring on the lens adapter to control your aperture (this may be preferred if you need a de-clicked aperture for video recording needs).
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2021-04-14
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