FotodioX Canon EF Pro Lens Adapter with Built-In Iris Control for Fujifilm X-Mount Cameras

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FotodioX Canon EF Pro Lens Adapter with Built-In Iris Control for Fujifilm X-Mount Cameras
Key Features
  • Brass with Stainless Steel Finish
  • Focuses to Infinity
  • Leaf Spring System
  • Built-In Iris Control
The FotodioX Canon EF Pro Lens Adapter with Built-In Iris Control for Fujifilm X-Mount Cameras is a high quality adapter that allows you to mount a Canon EF mount lens to a Fujifilm X-mount camera body. It features a brass construction with a stainless steel finish as well as the ability to focus to infinity. This works with a leaf spring system for a secure attachment of the lens to the adapter. Additionally, this adapter features a built-in iris for controlling the amount of light let into your camera.
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FotodioX EOS-FXRF-PRO-IRIS Overview

The FotodioX Canon EF Pro Lens Adapter with Built-In Iris Control for Fujifilm X-Mount Cameras is a high quality adapter that allows you to mount a Canon EF mount lens to a Fujifilm X-mount camera body. It features a brass construction with a stainless steel finish as well as the ability to focus to infinity. This works with a leaf spring system for a secure attachment of the lens to the adapter. Additionally, this adapter features a built-in iris for controlling the amount of light let into your camera.

Although the lens will fit physically, automatic lens control and functions will not operate correctly while using this adapter. You can utilize aperture priority mode in combination with stop-down metering for automatic exposure control on your camera.

UPC: 847372022755

FotodioX EOS-FXRF-PRO-IRIS Specs

Adapter
Camera MountFUJIFILM X
Lens MountCanon EF
Physical
MaterialBrass
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.355 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.3 x 3.1 x 1.4"
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This is an interesting, if confusing, lens. I understand that if I try to mount my canon EF 35f2 to the camera, the lens aperture will be stuck wide open to F 2.0. If I use the IRIS control on the adapter wide open, I will still have an effective 2.0 aperture, correct?If I close the IRIS on the adaptor, will my image become sharper, similar to stopping down the EF lens?
Asked by: Anonymous
I just bought this adapter to use my 70-200L 2.8-4... mounts fine and stable, but: Lens defaults to wide open and I have no control over aperture. Closing the iris only introduces vignetting and not DoF . Completely useless. Someone tell me if I did something wrong. But I took shots and that was my experience.
Answered by: Trish
Date published: 2019-08-25

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I purchased this x mount recently but can not get the shutter to release on my Fujifilm X-T2! I have set everything to manual including front camera dial setting to M and checked all menus to set from AF to manual what am I missing? Appreciate any help from someone who may have experienced same issue, thanks!
Asked by: Brian
Please see in menu the option to Release shutter without lens and turn on. This will activate the shutter.
Answered by: Jacob C.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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does focus peaking and focus magnify work?
Asked by: Mike L.
Yes on my XT1
Answered by: Fred P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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i have a sigma 18-250 canon mount will this work with this adapter? I'm not worried with the autofocus i just want to make sure that if I am on manual I wont have any problems with it. Thank you!
Asked by: Jovie A.
If it's a Canon EF mount, it'll work ok. Some serious vignetting when wide open though
Answered by: Peter W.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I want to use this adapter with my XT-2 and Carl Zeiss (ZE) lenses, so I'm ok focusing manually, and I think the built-in iris control should help with the lack of an aperture ring on the lenses, but what kind of disadvantages should I expect by using these three (camera, adapter, lenses) together?
Asked by: marco
the aperture doesn't work - dont bother
Answered by: KOSTA L.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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This is probably a silly question..but I forgot all laws of physics I studied a long time ago.. What about the depth of field? Does it change when the adapter aperture ring is turned? Does it change the same way as when the lens is mounted without any adapters and the aperture is adjusted in camera? Or will I get stuck with the same shallow depth of field corresponding to the wide open aperture of the lens ?
Asked by: Andrey
Hi Andrey. I hope this is correct for you. Since this device turns your camera into a manual camera, the aperture controls of the camera do not function. The aperture estimations indicated on the adapter do this for you but you must just make a best guess about the relative aperture and let the camera make the adjustments for exposure. It is a pretty good device that allows you to use all your other lenses with both cameras.
Answered by: Allan B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Adapter will not release from the 100-400 Canon EF lens. I cannot find a release mechanism anywhere. Any solutions?
Asked by: Thomas J.
Hi Thomas, Sorry to take so long to get back to you. It is very simple to release the Canon/ Fuji adapter. Just slide the little button toward the blue ring. Twist as normal and that's it. Good Luck! I use mine on the Rokinon 8mm fish-eye (B&H) on my Fuji and it is great!
Answered by: Allan B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I just received Fuji X-Pro2 with Fotodiox yesterday. I mounted the Fotodiox and then a 50mm lens. I was able to manually focus (focus peaking works well), but I can't get the shutter to fire--I press the shutter button but nothing happens. Is there a setting in the camera that I need to change? Or is it the Fotodiox?
Asked by: David
With my X-T1 it works when the menu item for soot without lens is set to yes. I would think that the X-Pros has a similar item in the menu. It is necessary as there is no electronic connection to the camera so it does not know that there is a lens attached.
Answered by: Michael B.
Date published: 2018-08-29
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