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General Brand 49mm to Sony A/Minolta AF Reversing Adapter

BH #GBRRMAF49 • MFR #AV49M7
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General Brand 49mm to Sony A/Minolta AF Reversing Adapter
Key Features
  • Reverse Lens to Sony A/Minolta AF Body
  • Enables Extremely Close Focusing
Get extremely close focusing capabilities with your existing lens by using this General Brand 49mm to Sony A/Minolta AF Reversing Adapter. It attaches to a lens with a 49mm front filter thread and allows it to be mounted in reverse to a Sony A/Minolta AF-mount camera body. By reversing the lens users will be able to create incredibly close macro images.
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General Brand AV49M7 Overview

Get extremely close focusing capabilities with your existing lens by using this General Brand 49mm to Sony A/Minolta AF Reversing Adapter. It attaches to a lens with a 49mm front filter thread and allows it to be mounted in reverse to a Sony A/Minolta AF-mount camera body. By reversing the lens users will be able to create incredibly close macro images.

UPC: 636980702568

General Brand AV49M7 Specs

Camera MountSony A/Minolta AF
Front Thread49 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.06 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.75 x 2.75 x 0.5"

General Brand AV49M7 Reviews

Good product, but has flaws

By Glen
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2017-07-24

It works well with my older 28mm and 50mm Minolta Maxxum 7000 lenses. But for my newer version of the same lenses the aperture ring part of the set don't fit. The newer lenses come from the Minolta Maxxum 7000i. The new verison of the 1980's original 7000 Maxxum with same lens mount. That is the only reason for the four stars.

Worth it!!

By dude
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2011-03-22

This product works great. Only one thing to remember, make sure you go into the Custom Functions on your camera and disable the shutter release lock. If you don't do this you can not trip the shutter, the camera thinks that there is no lens on the camera. Once you do this you will not have any problem.

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