This Canon EF-M Lens Adapter Kit enables you to mount Canon EF and EF-S lenses onto the EOS-M mirrorless digital camera, which has an EF-M lens mount. It is fully compatible with all lens functions, including image stabilization and autofocus. Also included are the Camera Cover R-F-3 and EB Lens Dust Cap.
- Mount Canon EF/EF-S Lens On EOS-M Camera
- Compatible with All Lens Functions
- Camera Cover R-F-3, EB Lens Dust Cap
Canon 6098B002 Overview
Canon 6098B002 Specs
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
3.8 x 3.75 x 3"
Canon 6098B002 Reviews
I purchased this adapter for my Canon EOS M50 Mark II and it works great adapting my EF lenses. I tested my Sigma 15-35 F1.8 Art lens on their to test autofocus and had no issues with speed attempting to hunt for focus (I did not notice any appreciable differences). Worked really well and all features on the lens was supported and detected by the camera. I was pleasantly surprised. I had thought about buying a cheaper adapter but figured, why would I spend more on a lens and cheap out on the adapter?
Canon EF- M lens adapter
B &H, what can I say, best camera store in the world! Great customer service, speedy delivery and always very helpful! Rick G.
A Very Useful Piece of Gear
I'm glad I purchased this item for my M6 MKII. I have two EF L lenses that I have been able to use on this camera besides the nifty fifty as well. It's very handy indeed.
Works just fine
No problem using it with the EF lenses I happen to have.
Makes my EFs lenses work with my M50 Mark 2 and even older third party lenses function perfectly and yield excellent photos! This is truly a bargain.
Product works as advertised
I was able to use this adapter as expected for my camera without any issues.
Good option for adapting EF lens on an EF-M camera
I chose the canon specific adapter which certainly cost more than other options but when spending money on good lenses and a good camera why cheap out on the adapter. This comes with the built in mount which I'm pretty sure was designed to force you to mount further toward the lens instead of the camera body. Definitely helps remind that the bigger lenses are the heavier part of the support equation which avoids mistakes in not properly supporting your lens.
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