Fotodiox Lens Mount Adapter (Type 1), M42 (42mm x1 Thread Screw)

Fotodiox Lens Mount Adapter (Type 1), M42 (42mm x1 Thread Screw)

Fotodiox Lens Mount Adapter (Type 1), M42 (42mm x1 Thread Screw)

Fotodiox Lens Mount Adapter (Type 1), M42 (42mm x1 Thread Screw):at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I have a Nikon J1 and a few Zeiss lenses from my old film days and when I saw this product I figured I'd try it. What the heck, it was less than six bucks and if it didn't work I could use it for surf casting. If it did, then I could put a few dust collectors to work.Well, it does exactly what is is supposed to do. The machining is top quality and they even thoughtfully added a tripod mount on the adapter, which is a good thing as the lenses are huge in comparison to the camera.Advantages- You can utilize some old glass. There is a magnification factor of 2.7 which makes the 50 into a short telephoto and the 80-200 into a honking 540mm lens. The small sensor in the camera only uses the sweet spot of an already amazing lens. The depth of field is very shallow, especially at f1.4 giving some neat bokeh.Disadvantages- The camera must be used fully manually. Focusing is a task on the screen, especially in bright light. Setting exposure is by trial and error as you will get nothing to indicate proper exposure. No real issue though, just take a guess and adjust as needed.Since I got the camera cheap and I already had the lenses, this setup will be my beach camera where I don't like to take the SLR to close to the water. With the big lens on a tripod I can get some good surfer pictures.Overall, a quality product from Fotodiox. Everything I have bought from them is good.genuine,fresno mall,max 67% offFotodiox Lens Mount Adapter (Type 1), M42 (42mm x1 Thread Screw)
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Size:M42 V1  |  Style:Standard

This Fotodiox lens mount adapter is made with high standard precision. The all metal design and polished surface is designed to guarantee smooth mounting and long lasting experiences. It allows Pentax Takumar lens to fit on the Nikon 1-Series camera bodies. Although the lens will fit physically, automatic diaphragm, auto-focusing, or any other functions will not operate correctly while using this adapter. In this case "stop-down mode" will need to be used when metering since the lens does not have the ability to have its aperture controlled by the camera body. You must shoot in manual shooting mode. Infinity focusing is guaranteed.

Compatible Cameras
Nikon 1 Mirrorless Cameras (Including, but not limited to):
S2, J4, V3, AW1, S1, J3, V2, J2, V1, J1

The product pictured may have slight differences in appearance from the actual product such as color, font style, and/or other cosmetic changes due to improvements in design.

Note: The camera must be in manual shooting mode and the focus selector set to manual for the camera to work with the adapter.

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Fotodiox Lens Mount Adapter (Type 1), M42 (42mm x1 Thread Screw)

Fotodiox Lens Mount Adapter (Type 1), M42 (42mm x1 Thread Screw):at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I have a Nikon J1 and a few Zeiss lenses from my old film days and when I saw this product I figured I'd try it. What the heck, it was less than six bucks and if it didn't work I could use it for surf casting. If it did, then I could put a few dust collectors to work.Well, it does exactly what is is supposed to do. The machining is top quality and they even thoughtfully added a tripod mount on the adapter, which is a good thing as the lenses are huge in comparison to the camera.Advantages- You can utilize some old glass. There is a magnification factor of 2.7 which makes the 50 into a short telephoto and the 80-200 into a honking 540mm lens. The small sensor in the camera only uses the sweet spot of an already amazing lens. The depth of field is very shallow, especially at f1.4 giving some neat bokeh.Disadvantages- The camera must be used fully manually. Focusing is a task on the screen, especially in bright light. Setting exposure is by trial and error as you will get nothing to indicate proper exposure. No real issue though, just take a guess and adjust as needed.Since I got the camera cheap and I already had the lenses, this setup will be my beach camera where I don't like to take the SLR to close to the water. With the big lens on a tripod I can get some good surfer pictures.Overall, a quality product from Fotodiox. Everything I have bought from them is good.genuine,fresno mall,max 67% offFotodiox Lens Mount Adapter (Type 1), M42 (42mm x1 Thread Screw)