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Nikon FTZ II Mount Adapter

BH #NIFTZ2 • MFR #4264
Nikon FTZ II Mount Adapter
Key Features
  • Nikon F Lens to Nikon Z-Mount Camera
  • Streamlined Design with No Tripod Mount
  • Ideal for Cameras with Battery Grip
  • Maintains AF/AE with E, G, D Lenses
Featuring a streamlined design with minimal projections, the Nikon FTZ II Mount Adapter offers the same functionality as the original FTZ but with a sleeker design to suit its use on cameras featuring a battery grip. This adapter removes the tripod mount and has a reduced overall size for more comfort when shooting with cameras with a built-in or attached grip or wireless transmitter.
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Nikon FTZ II Overview

Featuring a streamlined design with minimal projections, the Nikon FTZ II Mount Adapter offers the same functionality as the original FTZ but with a sleeker design to suit its use on cameras featuring a battery grip. This adapter removes the tripod mount and has a reduced overall size for more comfort when shooting with cameras with a built-in or attached grip or wireless transmitter.

As an adapter, the FTZ II enables the use of nearly any F-mount lens on Z-mount mirrorless camera bodies. While compatible with approximately 360 distinct F-mount lenses, this adapter is especially ideal for use with over 90 AF-S and AF-P type D, E, and G-type lenses, where it fully maintains autofocus and auto-exposure capabilities for seamless use of the SLR lenses on the mirrorless body. The adapter is built from magnesium alloy and is weather-sealed.

Lens Compatibility

Autofocus Lenses

  • AF-S Type G, E, and D; AF-P Type G and E; AF-I Type D: Full support of autofocus, MF (with electronic rangefinder support), full auto-exposure modes, and exposure metering
  • AF Type G and D: Manual focus only (with electronic rangefinder support), full auto-exposure modes, and exposure metering
  • Other AF Lenses: Manual focus only, full auto-exposure modes, and exposure metering

Manual Focus Lenses

  • PC-E NIKKOR Series and PC NIKKOR 19mm f/4E ED: Manual focus only, full auto-exposure modes, and exposure metering
  • PC Micro 85mm f/2.8D: Manual focus only, manual exposure only, and exposure metering
  • AI-P: Manual focus only, full auto-exposure modes, and exposure metering
  • Non-CPU AI-, AI-Modified NIKKOR, or Nikon Series E Lenses: Manual focus only, aperture-priority and manual exposure modes, and all exposure metering modes except for highlight-weighted metering
UPC: 018208042647

Nikon FTZ II Specs

Adapter
Camera MountNikon Z
Lens MountNikon F
Nikon Lens CompatibilityE-Type Lens
Electronic CommunicationYes
DisplayNo
Physical
MaterialMagnesium
Weight4.4 oz / 125 g
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Does it play well with Sigma Art lenses?

Does it play well with Sigma Art lenses?
Asked by: Santiago
The original FTZ adapter does well with Sigma lenses. My interpretation is that they mainly updated the design of the adapter since the original had the tripod foot. It should work the same as the previous one which works great with Sigma lenses.
Answered by: Stephen
Date published: 2021-11-01

Will this adapter allow me to use my tamron ...

Will this adapter allow me to use my tamron 18-400 DiII VC HLD lens that with my Z5? The lens works with Nikon D7100
Asked by: Ray
Yes it will. I checked Tamron's compatibility list and your lens is included.
Answered by: William
Date published: 2021-11-23

Will this act like an extension tube?

Will this act like an extension tube?
Asked by: Ramon
No, this is an adapter that makes up for the difference in flange focal distance between an F-mount SLR and a Z-mount mirrorless camera. It will retain the same focusing range (minimum focus to infinity) of the attached lens as if it were being used on an SLR.
Answered by: Bjorn
Date published: 2021-10-28

Since the FTZ II does not come with a tripod ...

Since the FTZ II does not come with a tripod foot, can a tripod foot be added on or attached to the FTZ II later (is it a new modular design with an attachable/removable tripod foot option)?
Asked by: Anonymous
As far as we are aware, it cannot. Your only option would be to consider the original FTZ adapter.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-11-26

What is the difference between this adapter and ...

What is the difference between this adapter and the original?
Asked by: Eugene
The electronic performance is the same as the previous model. Nikon redesign the adapter by removing the tripod mount and has a reduced overall size for more comfort when shooting with cameras with a built-in or attached grip or wireless transmitter.
Answered by: llinelva
Date published: 2021-10-28

Can the Nikon FTZ2 adapter operate the auto f ...

Can the Nikon FTZ2 adapter operate the auto f stop down and instant reopen on D lenses?
Asked by: Jeff
It supports AF on AF-S Type D lenses. For a lens that is not AF-S it would be manual focus. However, it still supports all exposure modes on the Type D lenses.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2021-11-01

Will this work with older AF lenses with a screw ...

Will this work with older AF lenses with a screw dive such as the AF180 mm 2.8 ?
Asked by: Michael
It will work, but will be manual focus only.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2021-10-28

Highlights claims the FTZ II enables AF with D ...

Highlights claims the FTZ II enables AF with D lenses. Is it finally true? What about automatic aperture stop down with D lenses.
Asked by: Jeff
Yes and no: Autofocus is not supported with screw drive lenses that lack an internal motor; this is typically indicated in the prefix of the lens's product name- look for terms like AF-S or AF-P. Lenses that begin just with "AF" (like the AF NIKKOR 35mm f/2D, for example) will only offer manual focus control. If you have an AF-S type D lens, then AF will be supported; if you have an AF type D lens, then it's manual focus only with the FTZ and FTZ II. D, G, and E lenses (AF, AF-S, or otherwise) are fully compatible with various metering modes and exposure modes, including Auto, Program, and Shutter Speed Priority modes.
Answered by: Bjorn
Date published: 2021-10-29
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