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Novoflex Adapter Allows the Mounting of Nikon Lenses on an EOS Camera Body.

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About Novoflex

All Novotron Lens adaptor rings retain the lens ability to focus on infinity. They do not transmit any functions between the body and the lens.

Most cameras provide the ability to do "stopped down metering" with the diaphragm stopped down or allow an aperture priority automatic exposure, so the Lens adaptor ring will allow you to end up with a correctly exposed shot with the use of lenses from other manufacturers on various cameras.

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High quality product but arrived without any instructions. Took several minutes to discover how to remove the product from the lens.

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Richard C  can this adapter work on all Nikon lenses including the older ones?
WILLIAM B  From my experience I've used the adapter for a newer Nikon lens and for an older vintage Zeiss lens and had no problems with it.
Quang Ve Minh Dung L  I have Canon 5D mark i, Nikon 80-200mm ED lens f/2.8 . So: My question is : Can this adapter work ?; Does this adapter has focus confirmation chip ? Or can you give me any recommendations and advices. Thank you very much. Khanh
Andrew R  This adapter is a simple ring, no electronic pass through of any kind is provided. From the product overview: "They do not transmit any functions between the body and the lens. "
Richard C  can this adapter work on all Nikon lenses including the older ones?
WILLIAM B  From my experience I've used the adapter for a newer Nikon lens and for an older vintage Zeiss lens and had no problems with it.
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