Novoflex EOS/NIK-NT Lens Adapter for Nikon G Type Lenses to Canon EOS DSLR Cameras

Novoflex EOS/NIK-NT Lens Adapter for Nikon G Type Lenses to Canon EOS DSLR Cameras

Novoflex EOS/NIK-NT Lens Adapter for Nikon G Type Lenses to Canon EOS DSLR Cameras

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Novoflex EOS/NIK-NT Lens Adapter for Nikon G Type Lenses to Canon EOS DSLR Cameras

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  • For Mounting Nikon G Type Lenses to Canon EOS Digital SLR Cameras
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The Novoflex EOS/NIK-NT Lens Adapter allows a Nikon G type (no manual aperture ring) lens to be mounted onto Canon EOS Digital SLR cameras. The adapter is equipped with an integrated aperture control ring for manual exposure control.

Although the lens will fit physically, automatic diaphragm (AE metering), or any other functions, are not retained using this adapter. The adapter does not transfer any function from the camera body to the lens.

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Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.13 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 2.9 x 2.9 x 1.2"
EOS/NIK-NT Lens Adapter for Nikon G Type Lenses to Canon EOS DSLR Cameras is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the price I was hesitant to buy this for a while, just because of the price, but I couldn't resist since I've had a Nikon 14-24 f2.8 and 70-200 f2.8 just laying around in my room for several months. The adapter is a little tricky to put on, due to the rubber weather sealing on of the lenses, but with little force, it fits right on. It mounts very secure to the camera and works like a charm. Sure you lose some funtions like having a precise f-stop and the preview of your scene is dark if you have the aperture closed, but the light meter still works just fine so you can easily balance the exposure that way.
Date published: 2012-05-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good but beware I have had this adapter for a little over a year now, and it broke on my in the middle of a shoot today. I was using it on my Canon C300, along with my Nikon 24-70 lens. The mount literally broke apart (The tiny screws all came lose, and the aperture metal ring bent, rendering the adapter unusable). Luckily, I have two and could continue shooting. Just beware of how much weight you put on this, and always carry a spare...
Date published: 2013-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Cool, Very Expensive It is a nifty little gadget that allows you to mount your nikon lenses on a canon camera, perfect since a lot of the legacy nikon primes are cheap, manual only, and very very sharp. The aperture adjustment with the little blue tab is without stops, so you cannot really tell what aperture you are at, but that is what the LCD is very handy for. TTL flash still works, so the camera can still be semi auto when you set your shutter speed.
Date published: 2011-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect adaptor for my usage Astrophotography is my niche and I couldn't get by with my canon 5d mark 3 without the Nikon 14-24 2.8 (best wide angle zoom on the market IMHO). I bought this adapter to use this lens with my Mark iii. The novoflex works perfectly. Tight fit with ability to manually change the aperture to wide open, which is what I need. You still need to manually focus the lens but all lenses used in astrophotography need to be manually focused. For me, it's perfect. Just wish it was a little cheaper. Very good quality metal. Built to last.
Date published: 2015-04-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works as advertised but way overpriced I had two made in China adapters before getting this and I got this only for the aperture lever. I have to say it fits more tightly than the other two adapters that I used, which is nice. I've been using this for over an year now.If I'm trying to find faults in this there are three that are worth mentioning:1. Aperture lever is too short and stays too close to the surface of the camera body. This can make it difficult because you need to use the side of your finger or the tip of your finger to make aperture adjustments.2. The Nikon F aperture lever on the rear of the lens has a very short travel (from max aperture to min aperture) because it's meant to be controlled by a motor or whatever in the camera body at a very high precision. So when using the lever on the adapter, it's sometimes possible to make adjustments that are too big. If they had an option to extend the adapter's lever to get more travel and therefore make precise movements, things would've been ideal and would've solved problem #1 above too.3. Why doesn't this have a focus confirmation chip, especially at this price?! Zeiss ZE 50 1.4 has this feature along with the automatic aperture and not to mention the 7 elements of good glass carefully installed in a well built metal barrel with a smooth focus helicoid all for $700 something, while this flimsy adapter that's not even fully metal costs $300! Frankly, I don't rely on focus confirmation most of the time but after a day of manual focusing with a fast prime your eyes and brain get tired and it doesn't hurt to have this feature which is purely optional anyway.
Date published: 2011-10-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent! This version is a huge step forward and attaches to the 14-24 like butter, removes just as easily. It's perfect, a high quality adaptor.
Date published: 2012-07-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from NIKON TO CANON LENS ADAPTER Very well made, and secure fittings to both lens and Canon body. Although removing the adapter from the lens is a touch fiddly. Would be nice if there was a way of having some reference to the aperture via a small scale. As others have said, probably a little pricey for what it is.
Date published: 2013-08-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from leaving on the camera and mounting lenses to it I received a request to answer a question about this product, did so and then could not submit it because the ipad app was faulty. So I'll answer it here. Someone wanted to leave the adapter on the camera and swap multiple lenses to it as opposed to leaving it on the lens and mounting it to the body like a normal lens. My response: I can only give you an indirect opinion based on my use of the Nikon to Canon adapter, mounting a Nikon 14-24 lens to a Canon 5D Mk II. First, the adapter works fine as long as you don't mind using manual focus and losing the aperture info in the viewer. The light meter and shutter settings work fine. It's an approximate aperture setting which is fine for me. I leave it at about f/11 - I set it originally by comparing readings with another lens - and I leave it for the most part. It's sturdy and seems a good value. Now to your question: I don't know what the manufacturer recommends, but I would say you will find it very inconvenient to leave it on your camera and swap different lenses to it. Reason being that the fit to the lens is very snug. There is a rubber seal that makes the initial mounting quite a careful operation. I needed to apply a firm and even pressure for that initial mount. Granted, since I'm using it with one lens, I have no need to leave it on the camera but if I did, mounting lens would not be the slap it on that it usually is. If the rubber seal lost some of its stiffness over time, through continual mounting/dismounting, I'd worry about light leak or loose fit. I think you would find it slow and frustrating at best.
Date published: 2015-06-17
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