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FotodioX Minolta MD/MC Pro Lens Adapter for Fujifilm X-Mount Cameras

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FotodioX Minolta MD/MC Pro Lens Adapter for Fujifilm X-Mount Cameras
Key Features
  • Brass with Stainless Steel Finish
  • Focuses to Infinity
  • Leaf Spring System
The FotodioX Minolta MD/MC Pro Lens Adapter for Fujifilm X-Mount Cameras is a high quality adapter that allows you to mount a Minolta MD/MC 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.
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FotodioX MD-FXRF-PRO Overview

The FotodioX Minolta MD/MC Pro Lens Adapter for Fujifilm X-Mount Cameras is a high quality adapter that allows you to mount a Minolta MD/MC 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.

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: 847372022793

FotodioX MD-FXRF-PRO Specs

Adapter
Camera MountFUJIFILM X
Lens MountMinolta MD/MC/SR
Physical
MaterialBrass
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.2 x 3.35 x 2.5"

FotodioX MD-FXRF-PRO Reviews

Quality unit.. no regrets

By Joe
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-22

I skipped the lower $ units available from different manufacturers hoping this one would be a keeper 1st round. It definitely is & worth the $. I appreciate the fit & finish & the built in tripod collar on Pro version is a big bonus for me as I use it as part of hand hold with Fuji XT2. Real nice for 135 & up. I do same thing with a EF 400 5.6 L as it also has a tripod collar , albeit on a Canon 7D. I change lens a lot as I have 10 MC/MD lenses & use them all. It's a enjoyable experience as it's super precise & smooth on mount & dismount. I'll stay with this brand if I go on a lens binge from different manufacturers then Minolta. Minolta rocks though & would take a very expensive lens I think to beat what I have. Joe

Correcto funcionamiento

By Carlos
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-06-01

Me envi� el paquete a mi casa en Lima, Per�. Como siempre hubo una buena atenci�n y la entrega fue bastante r�pida. Cinco estrellas para B & H. En cuanto al adaptador, funciona correctamente. Buen ajuste. Una construcci�n s�lida y una calidad que ha sobrepasado mis expectativas.

Does the job

By Robert
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-03-20

Allows one to use Minolta lens on a Fujifilm X-mount such as an XT-1. The quality of your phots will, I believe, be the result of the quality of the Minolta lens since the adapter does not appear to effect the lens operating on a Fujifilm X-mount camera. I used the adapter for Minolta manual focus lens from the 1970's.

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question

Does the adapter multiply the effective focal length of Minolta lenses by a factor of 1.5?
Asked by: Dennis
I have a 135mm prime MD mounted on a X-T1, compared to the Fujifilm XF18-135 at 135mm there is a crop or effective zoom, say maybe *looking* like a 150mm equivalent using the 135 prime MD mount. If one is out and about shooting this isn't a big difference at all. I shoot using a multitude of bodies with differing sensor sizes, crop factor only really figures in my shooting when I am either shooting very far away, with a long 400mm or longer lens, I want all the effective zoom I can get or very close (macro) again, I want the image as big as possible on the sensor. For landscape and people, portraits it's not really a factor. The X-T1 works well for me for that stuff. To answer your question though, using the MD adapter converts a *full frame* (35mm format) lens to a sensor that is less than full frame size so it will result in the image being focused on an area larger than the sensor, but that works out to something less than 1.5,more like 1.14 using the FotodioX MD adapter. Hope this helps.
Answered by: GH T.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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