Metabones Nikon F Lens to Micro 4/3 II Adapter with Tripod Foot

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SKU: MBNFM43 MFR: MB_NF-M43-BM2
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About Metabones

The Metabones Nikon F Lens to Micro 4/3 Adapter (Black) allows physical attachment of any Nikon F-mount lens to compact system camera and camcorder bodies with a Micro Four Thirds lens mount. The adapter is robust and designed to provide a solid connection and precise fit without gaps or light leaks. Inside its matte-black finish effectively keeps internal reflections to a minimum. Both lens and camera mount ends of the adapter are made from precision-machined brass and plated with chromium for the highest quality construction.

Metabones Features

  • Both camera-side and lens-side of the adapter are made of brass, precision-machined and plated with chromium
  • Satin surface finish - just like your OEM lens and camera mounts
  • Precise fit and solid connection - lens has no play, gap or wiggling when mounted on adapter and no adjustments are required to fit your lens
  • Designed to reach infinity focus while maintaining the correct registration distance required to maintain optical quality of CRC lenses or lenses with floating elements

Metabones Specifications

Construction
Both Lens and Camera Mount ends: Brass and Plated with Chromium
Mfr #
MB_NF-M43-BM2
SKU
MBNFM43
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Sandy H  I want an adapter from Nikon F lenses to micro 4/3. Manual focus, lack of lens-based image stabilisation and having a limited set of modes (even aperture priority only ) are fine, but I'd really like to avoid stop-down metering. Is there an adapter that does that? The "G lens" adapters that have their own kluged aperture control look to me to be more an addition to the problem than a possible solution. Better than nothing, I suppose, but from what I can see online rather fiddly to use and many do not cover the full aperture range of the lens. I'd much prefer to just use the on-lens control.
NORBERT B  This is what you call a "dumb" adapter. There are no controls on it. They are best used with manual exposure and manual focus lenses. You will not be able to adjust the aperture electronically...the lens will stay wide open and you'll have to adjust the light with a ND filter.
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