Metabones NF-E mount adapter

According provided by Metabones NF-E mount adapter and Sony a7R camera huge thanks Sony Ukraine.

Adapter Metabones NF - E mount

Metabones NF to E mount adapter

Metabones NF-E mount - a simple adapter that allows you to use any lens with Nikon F mount on cameras Sony 'E' mount... I used Metabones NF - E mount with Sony a7R camera and lens without problem Nikon 180mm 1: 2.8 ED AF Nikkor.

The adapter is very well made, almost all of metal, has a tripod foot with a tripod socket. He came to me in a small box with two small L-shaped keys. With their help, you can remove the tripod foot or disassemble the adapter completely.

The adapter has no contacts and does not transmit values ​​to the camera EXIF. You need to control the aperture and focus manually even if you use a Nikon auto focus lens.

For use with Nikon lenses of the “G“That do not have a diaphragm control ring, the adapter has a ring that allows manual aperture control. I used a lens adapter Nikon Non-G, while the aperture could be adjusted either by the ring on the lens or by the ring on the adapter.

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Comments: 14, on the topic: Metabones NF-E mount adapter

  • Igor

    Thanks, interesting.
    Arkady, have you accidentally been given a speed booster from the same company for the test? I wonder how they would behave with lenses.

  • Oleg

    The adapter is very well made >> for the money they ask for these adapters, I am surprised that they are not covered with gilding and Swarovski crystals.

  • anonym

    Um, why not autofocus? For Canon, there is autofocus.

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Provided such a model.

      • anonym

        It’s clear, otherwise I thought it’s impossible to realize Sony autofocus with Nikon

  • anonym

    Girl with ice cream turned out great)))

  • Mahal Makhalych

    And what is Sony-Ukraine?
    This is an endangered species, about which either nothing, or ... yes, nothing is better ...

  • Artyom

    Where to get this adapter? Is it suitable for Sony A6000?

  • Miki

    With this adapter, the Sony A7r camera works in crop mode or full-frame ??????

    • Arkady Shapoval

      In any.

  • Novel

    Hello Arkady. I want to buy Af-s Nikkor 20mm f / 1.8G, but there is one “but” - I have Sonya 7p, with Nikkor fixes through ordinary adapters ... And you can’t put the G series through a regular Nikon-Sony adapter, because the aperture rings are on the lens “ G" no(

    Therefore, I would like to know (the question price is not small, shirik + adapter) - are there any pitfalls there. Let's say how the diaphragm changes - stepwise or smoothly? step of change in one hole, in half or in general it is not clear with what multiplicity? Are there any problems with full aperture? Or any other nuances that you can’t immediately determine?

    And further. Shirikam doesn't need AF, but sometimes you struggle to manually direct genre portraits ... So I'm thinking, is it worth looking for an AF adapter, or will there be something slow and inaccurate that it would be preferable to manually aim?

  • Alexander

    Tell me on sony nex 3 can I use this adapter?

    • Valentine

      For Nex3, you can take an inexpensive booster for Nikon full-frame lenses, which will compensate for the difference in focal length due to the crop of the camera and increase the aperture by 1 stop. For example, a 50mm F1.8 lens, dressed through a booster will have an EGF of about 53 mm and an equivalent aperture of about F1,3. A similar product can be found here: link

      • Victor

        Good evening Valentine. I know it's late, but I'd like to clarify. What adapter would you recommend for Nex-F3. For my nikon F mount lenses (50 1.8 and 24 2.8)

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