FotodioX Pro Canon EOS Large Format 4 x 5 Adapter

FotodioX Pro Canon EOS Large Format 4 x 5 Adapter

FotodioX Pro Canon EOS Large Format 4 x 5 Adapter

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FotodioX Pro Canon EOS Large Format 4 x 5 Adapter


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  • Mounts Canon EOS Camera to 4 x 5 Camera
  • Infinity Focus for Lenses 120mm & Longer

Camera Mount: Canon EF

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The Pro Canon EOS Large Format 4x5 Adapter from Fotodiox allows you to attach your Canon EOS SLR or DSLR camera onto many types of 4 x 5 cameras. The offset adapter allows you to move your camera's sensor vertically and horizontally so you can take multiple photos covering the entire 4 x 5 back and then stitching them together with software. Incremental markings help you position the camera and a tension screw lock keeps your camera from moving while shooting. You can also shoot only in the middle of the back, thereby shooting in the sweet spot of the lens, giving you edge-to-edge sharpness. Additionally, it will provide infinity focus for lenses 120mm and longer.

Compatible with the following 4x5 cameras: Cambo, Linhof, Calumet, Horseman, Omega, Toyo, and Kodak with a Graflok back
Compatible with: Canon EOS mount cameras
UPC: 847372002054
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FotodioX Pro Canon EOS Large Format 4 x 5 Adapter
  • Protective Pouch
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    Material Bronze and stainless steel
    Lens Infinity focus with 120mm and longer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.8 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.8 x 6.4 x 2.3"
    Pro Canon EOS Large Format 4 x 5 Adapter is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 6.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow! This is one of the coolest things I've owned. It allows me a lot of flexibility as well as the capability to use large format cameras and lenses. Not to mention that I can easily stich together a 120 mb image! Welll made and easy to use. I just wish I had purchased it sooner. I highly recommend it.
    Date published: 2014-03-17
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Meh, ok Using this to mate a 5d mkiii body to a 4x5 monorail view cam. First off, I thought I needed the off center feature (which apparently makes this about $ more expensive than other versions that are drilled on center). You don't need that, duh, just use the camera's rear rise and fall (unless you don't have any...). The issue I seem to have is that the image plane doesn't seem to get a full edge to edge exposure, unless you're pretty close to the center of the frame. I think that's because it's recessed and the tube that mates the dslr's open sensor with the large format's interior is straight and sometimes doesn't allow the angled light from the lens to reach the sensor--creating a sort of pronounced edge vignetting. Also, forget about serious wide angle lenses. I'll need a bag bellows and a recessed board to get just a 90 to focus at infinity. If I'm right that the mating tube's depth is the reason, all they needed to do was to make the tube conical, so it can gather the more angled photons from the edge of the lens.
    Date published: 2015-10-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Serious Tool for 4x5 Format As with the safety pin, this excellent adapter is simple but perfect! I so far have made three top-of-my-ability prints on a bottom of the line Swiss-Arca 4x5, using a Canon sensor (approx. 22 x 15 mm). Since the index markings on the face of the adapter presumably are for full frame sensors, I covered them with tape marked in cm and mm. My work flow:Set up the 4x5 as usual for filmRaise the back by less than 22 mmMount the DSLR with the image's long axis verticalExpose a frame, shift the DSLR less than 15 mm, repeat until row is doneLoosen the back and let is slide downExpose along this new rowUse Photoshop to stitch the imagesIssues:I had to remove the focusing glass on my 4x5. The lens-to-sensor distance is longer than it was for film. Consequently, depending on focal length, you may not be able to focus to infinity. Using the thin lens approximation and some reasonable (I hope) assumptions, I computed BALL PARK maximum focusable distances: offset refers to the distance from the (missing) ground glass to the new sensor. Since a camera lens is not a thin lens, these numbers should not be over-interpreted.FOCAL-LENGTH OFFSET FARTHEST-FOCUSmm mm m===================================240 1 58 4 15135 1 19 4 580 1 7 4 2
    Date published: 2015-12-09
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Focusing problem Will not allow Omega 4x5 with 135mm lens focus. The sensor on Canon 5ds is too far back.
    Date published: 2017-08-30
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent EF 4x5 adapter This fotodiox adapter is great and gets me using my old pressman glass again for some experimental shots.
    Date published: 2016-02-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome product, works perfectly! Easy to use. Love being able to shoot digitally with my 4x5!
    Date published: 2016-03-09
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