FotodioX Pro Lens Mount Adapter for Contax 645 Lens to Nikon F Mount Camera

BH #FOPNFAC645 • MFR #C645-NIKF-PRO
FotodioX Pro Lens Mount Adapter for Contax 645 Lens to Nikon F Mount Camera
Key Features
  • Contax 645 to F Mount DSLR
  • Built-In Iris Control
  • Maintains Infinity Focus
  • Leaf Spring Mount Design
This Pro Lens Adapter from Fotodiox enables the use of your Contax 645 lenses on Nikon F mount SLR and DSLR cameras. It features a durable brass construction with stainless steel finish, a leaf spring ensures a secure connection between the lens and adapter, and its design also maintains infinity focus. Additionally, benefitting working with lenses that lack an aperture ring, this adapter also features a built-in iris control to adjust the amount of light let into the camera.
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FotodioX C645-NIKF-PRO Overview

This Pro Lens Adapter from Fotodiox enables the use of your Contax 645 lenses on Nikon F mount SLR and DSLR cameras. It features a durable brass construction with stainless steel finish, a leaf spring ensures a secure connection between the lens and adapter, and its design also maintains infinity focus. Additionally, benefitting working with lenses that lack an aperture ring, this adapter also features a built-in iris control to adjust the amount of light let into the camera.

This manual adapter does not maintain automatic lens control between the camera and lens; aperture priority or manual shooting modes should be used, as well as stop-down metering for exposure control.
UPC: 847372023080

FotodioX C645-NIKF-PRO Specs

Adapter
Camera MountNikon F
Lens MountContax 645
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.5 x 3.4 x 1.6"
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How does lens aperture work with this adaptor? Can the connected lens only be used at its widest aperture?
Asked by: Anonymous
The adaptor allows you to attach your lens to the camera but all functions such as aperture and focus must be controlled manually by the control rings on the lens. The camera must be switched to fully manual and it's metering will no longer be of any help to you. You can use any aperture you like on the lens and set the camera to any iso and shutter speed. The picture may need to be taken several times until you get the settings right for proper exposure.
Answered by: peter m.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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