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Fringer FR-FTX1 Nikon F Lens to FUJIFILM X Camera Adapter

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Fringer FR-FTX1 Nikon F Lens to FUJIFILM X Camera Adapter
Key Features
  • Nikon D,G,E lenses to FUJIFILM X Cameras
  • Phase Detect AF Points Supported
  • Face/Eye Detection Autofocus Supported
  • R/OS/VC Lens Stabilization Supported
The FR-FTX1 Nikon F Lens to FUJIFILM X Camera Adapter from Fringer allows Nikon D, G--, and E-type lenses to be used on a FUJIFILM X-mount camera body. Electronic communication between an attached camera and lens is supported to enable phase-detect autofocus, face- and eye-detect autofocus, and auto exposure functions with full EXIF lens data. The FR-FTX1 supports lens image stabilization and also IBIS camera body image stabilization with select camera models.
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Fringer FR-FTX1 Overview

The FR-FTX1 Nikon F Lens to FUJIFILM X Camera Adapter from Fringer allows Nikon D, G--, and E-type lenses to be used on a FUJIFILM X-mount camera body. Electronic communication between an attached camera and lens is supported to enable phase-detect autofocus, face- and eye-detect autofocus, and auto exposure functions with full EXIF lens data. The FR-FTX1 supports lens image stabilization and also IBIS camera body image stabilization with select camera models.

Lateral Chromatic Aberration (LaCA) Correction uses a built-in lens correction profile database to correct color fringes at high contrast edges automatically when used with select optimized lenses.

This durable lens adapter features a metal alloy construction with chrome-plated brass mounting rings, an integrated 1/4"-20 tripod mount, and a mini-USB port for firmware updates.

  • All phase detect AF points supported for select cameras
  • Phase detect AF works for still and video
  • Face/eye detection autofocus supported
  • VR/OS/VC lens stabilization function supported
  • IBIS body image stabilization function supported for select cameras
  • Full EXIF lens information data recording
  • Lateral Chromatic Aberration (LaCA) Correction with select lenses
  • Precision CNC machined metal body
  • Chrome-plated brass lens and body mounts
  • Built-in 1/4"-20 tripod mount
  • Black flocked interior minimizes internal reflection
  • Full Phase-Detect AF Points Cameras

    • X-Trans II
    • X-Trans III
    • X-Trans IV

    IBIS Supported Cameras

    • X-H1
    • X-T4
    • X-S10

    Fringer FR-FTX1 Specs

    Adapter
    Camera MountFUJIFILM X
    Lens MountNikon F
    Nikon Lens CompatibilityE-Type Lens
    Physical
    MaterialBrass, Metal
    Tripod Mounting Thread1/4"-20 Female
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight0.605 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.3 x 4.2 x 2.3"

    Fringer FR-FTX1 Reviews

    Nikon 200-400 and 600 f4

    By Deon
    Rated 3 out of 5
    Date: 2022-06-17

    It works well but the performance varies from lens to lens. I purchased this because of a fuji does not have decent tele lenses. On the Nikon 200-400 f4 and xt3 it works well. Little slower than i am used to but its ok. With the 600f4 it hunts before locking in focus. To slow.

    Good accessories

    By Stephen
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2022-03-10

    Perfectly worked

    Close but not quite there

    By William
    Rated 3 out of 5
    Date: 2021-08-06

    On a positive note, it is great to be able to put my Nikon lenses on my Fujifilm X-T4. I'll use Fujifilm primes all day long, but when it comes to zooms and long primes, nothing touches my Nikons. However, the adapter is noisy and hunts a lot to find focus. Even when it finds proper focus it still can wander off and start hunting again. I hope that a firmware fix can resolve this issues and Fringer is good about releasing firmware upgrades. So for now it's a 3 star, but it could be a five with a little work.

    Fringer FR-FTX1 Adapter to Fuji X-H1 with Nikkor 300mm F4 PF

    By Timothy
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2021-07-28

    Yes, this works. You can even use the Fuji 1.4 teleconvertor without impact on the autofocus. This combo is used for stationary birds and birds in flight. The quality of the image beyond 15 feet is far superior to the Fuji 100mm to 400mm whose strength is in images from 10 feet to 15 feet, such as when photographing close-up birds or butterflies. The autofocus ''S'' is no worse than the autofocus using the Fuji 100mm- 400mm telephoto. And the Fuji autofocus for the X-H1 is rated 7/10 at best. In other words it is not great. The autofocus ''C'' (tracking) is a better single autofocus than the Fuji 100mm-400mm and the tracking is as good. The Nikkor 300 mm provides a clearer and sharper image. Its real strength is that there is no purple fringing such as the case with the Fuji 100mm to 400mm which is a marginal telephoto lens at best. I have 4 years experience with it. For a wildlife photographer, the advantage of the Nikkor 300mm PF over the Fuji 100mm to 400mm is NO BY WIRE MANUAL FOCUS. You can set the Fuji X-H1 in ''C'' (autofocus tracking) and when needed, acquire the object with a manual focus if necessary. Even when using the Fuji 100mm to 400mm in ''M'' (manual focus) you have to spin that focus ring often without a desired focus result. The Nikkor 300mm PF works like a charm with the manual focus over-ride. The VR seems to be as good as the VR on the Fuji 100mm to 400mm. The only perceived difference is that the ''continuous'' of the Fuji telephoto which provides a stable viewing image, does not function with the Fringer. But anyone who really knows the Fuji 100mm to 400mm understands that this mode, although nice for viewing, can introduce ''shake'' in the image when used above a shutter speed of 1/150 sec. As it turns out, where I used to shoot at F 5.6 and 1/60 sec, I now shoot at F 5.6 (with the Fuji 1.4 teleconvertor at the Fuji X-H1 camera ring) and 1/250 sec during a test in the same light. Conclusion: It was a hell of a risk to go for the Fringer FF-FTX1 / Nikkor 300mm F4 PF, but the results with the Fuji-X-H1 are better than expected. Perhaps the future, anticipated Fuji X-H2 will provide superior autofocus for this and other adapted lenses!

    Fringer Nikon-Fuji X Adapter

    By John
    Rated 4 out of 5
    Date: 2021-06-24

    Purchased to adapt the Nikkor 200-500mm zoom to my Fuji X-T3. Works as advertised with all of the focus points and is as fast as with my previously owned Fuji 100-400 or if not, I can't tell. The only reason I didn't rate it 5 stars is because focus peaking doesn't work in the preview mode which isn't really a big deal.

    Almost perfect.

    By Lowell
    Rated 4 out of 5
    Date: 2021-06-17

    It does not fit all otherwise Nikon compatible lenses. It worked on my Tamron but only one of my Sigma lenses fit. Not the adapters fault as some rings are made thicker apparently. But it does what it is supposed to do on my Sigma 14mm.

    exceeding my expectations

    By Teddy
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2022-05-23

    I've mated this adapter with my Nikon 200-500 and sigma 100-400 lens with my X-T3 and for a hobbiest it's does the job. The X-T3 produces a sharper image than my D500 which amazes me. The autofocus is a bit slower fuji vs Nikon and adding a couple stops of light, but I'm working it out. The Fringer is a keeper for me.

    Investment Saver

    By J Breckenridge
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2022-04-25

    Purchased Fuji xt3. Sold nikon d850. Kept d500 and a lot of nikon lenses. As much as I loved Fuji body and the few primes I purchased, I was very distraught at the prospect of not using my 200-500, 105 micro, and 85 1.8 again. Then I found this, and I like think the lenses are better than ever on the Fuji. Sure it is a little slower (very slight) and hunts a little. Updating the adapter helped. Color rendition is superb. I love this thing. Saved my investment in great lenses and I like them better now.

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    Asked by: Harvindar
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    Date published: 2021-06-30

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