This Fotodiox Pro Lens Adapter allows you to attach Canon FD lenses to your Canon RF-mount mirrorless camera body. This adapter has a fully manual design, which does not relay electronic communication between the camera and lens, and maintains infinity focus along with the ability to use aperture priority metering. This lens adapter incorporates a manual iris control ring to adjust exposure. The ring's durable all-metal design also features chrome-plated brass lens and camera mounts to ensure a precise, no-play fit. Additionally, a tripod mount is incorporated at the base of the adapter for improved stability when working with heavier adapted lenses.
- Canon FD Lens to Canon RF
- Maintains Infinity Focus
- Chrome-Plated Brass Mounts
- Integrated Tripod Mount
FotodioX FD-EOSR-PRO Overview
FotodioX FD-EOSR-PRO Specs
|Tripod Mounting Thread|
ø: 2.8 x H: 2.8D: 1.0" / ø: 7.0 x H: 7.0D: 2.5 cm
3.5 oz / 99 g
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
3.9 x 3.4 x 1.8"
FotodioX FD-EOSR-PRO Reviews
I had a trio of old Canon FD lenses (breech lock) around for years, collecting dust. I decided to make use of them again with my Canon R5 body. This adapter works perfectly once you figure it out, as there are no instructions with it. The blue ring rotates to allow you to attach the lens to the adapter, then you rotate it to the left (as seen from the back of a Canon camera) to actuate the movement of the aperture blades. Then you focus and meter for the exposure. About the Arca-style foot: I found this to be awkward when hand-holding the camera. In the comments someone asked if this can be removed, and Fotodiox says it cannot. If found that it can be removed using the proper hex wrench. The foot very securely attached to the adapter, so it took a bit of force to get the bold loose. On the camera, I found it easiest to use Manual mode, with the ISO setting set to Auto. Also, I had to get into the camera menus and set Release shutter w/o lens to ON or the R5 would refuse to take a photo. I also have a couple old Nikon lenses around. I may get the Nikon version of this adapter to use those, too! If you have an old lens you'd like to use with your newer camera, get this adapter. You'll love it.
Our old Canon AE-1 Program's lenses are now useable on the new Canon EOS R5 camera. The adapter fits snugly on the lens as well as the camera. I am only an amateur photographer but highly recommend this adapter.
Bought to resurrect some fine fd glass.
Waiting for my back ordered RF lens has allowed me to use this on my R6 and several fd lenses from 24 to 800mm. I have developed some attachment to my old stock lenses and this adapter used with an R6 is a real joy to experience. The lack of glass is a real bonus in image quality. I mounted a fd 800 5.6L to test IBIS, the IBIS does help, I would guess about 2 stops, the lens really magnifies every bump or movement. I shot some good video footage with the combination and setting the stabilization to on during viewing was quite helpful. I mounted several other lens as well, I was happy with all setups. Would not hesitate to buy this adapter again. Fits each mount in a snug and secure manner, good product.
Solid and Effective
This product works great! Solid construction and easy to use with the FD lenses I have.
Perfect for eos r
It works. Only complaint is I wish it came with a back cap.
Well made & snug fit. I have 8 FD Lenses from my 35mm film days that I can now repurpose, which were a significant investment. My EOS R is 4 days new (still figuring it out), and at first I thought there was an issue with the mount because the shutter would not release. An email to Tech support, answered within 24 hours, provided the correct settings for the EOS (release shutter without lens). They even provided a screen shot of the menu setting! Great support, great product!
This works great, well made. I'm very happy with it.
Maybe I just got a dud?
All my FD lenses have some weird double edge ghosting halo effect happening for subjects just out of focus. When I use them without this adapter that goes away. Will be returning this one unfortunately.
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