Novoflex Adapter for Leica M Lenses to Nikon 1 Cameras

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SKU: NVNK1LEM MFR: NIK1/LER
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About Novoflex NIK1/LEM

The Novoflex Adapter makes it possible to mount a Leica M lens to your Nikon 1 camera with a precision mechanical adapter. Such an adapter does not transfer functions from the camera to the lens, such as auto focus, but automatic exposure metering (stop-down metering/aperture priority) is possible. The lens will focus to infinity using this adapter.

Novoflex NIK1/LEM Features

  • Adapts Leica M lenses to Nikon 1 Cameras

Novoflex NIK1/LEM Specifications

Compatibility
Leica M Lenses to Nikon 1 Cameras
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NIK1/LER
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NVNK1LEM
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frank s  What is the best camera, micro four-thirds and DSLR, to handle my Leica M lenses. How about the Fuji line up? Sony NEX?
Andrew R  I recommend you check out our buying guides to help you choose the camera that's right for you: http://www.adorama.com/alc/category/Buying-Guides I should also point out that using your Leica glass on nearly any camera via an adapter is likely to be a stop-gap solution at best. Some adapters require a corrective optic in the adapter in order to correct the focal length to fit the camera, this can often result in reduced image quality and poor low-light performance. In addition some camera's metering systems won't recognize the adapted lens and would need to be operated in a "stop-down" mode. It's often better in the long run to use lenses designed to fit the camera body, but your mileage may vary.
frank s  Thanks. Much to reconsider. No easy solution. I must say I had great luck at using my Leica D-Lux 2 and 4 and the Lumix LX7. Thought it marrying my Leica glass with a micro would be a good way to create a low end M9. My M7 is fine but I wanted to take the German optics into a new arena. Thanks for your thoughts.
frank s  What is the best camera, micro four-thirds and DSLR, to handle my Leica M lenses. How about the Fuji line up? Sony NEX?
Andrew R  I recommend you check out our buying guides to help you choose the camera that's right for you: http://www.adorama.com/alc/category/Buying-Guides I should also point out that using your Leica glass on nearly any camera via an adapter is likely to be a stop-gap solution at best. Some adapters require a corrective optic in the adapter in order to correct the focal length to fit the camera, this can often result in reduced image quality and poor low-light performance. In addition some camera's metering systems won't recognize the adapted lens and would need to be operated in a "stop-down" mode. It's often better in the long run to use lenses designed to fit the camera body, but your mileage may vary.
frank s  Thanks. Much to reconsider. No easy solution. I must say I had great luck at using my Leica D-Lux 2 and 4 and the Lumix LX7. Thought it marrying my Leica glass with a micro would be a good way to create a low end M9. My M7 is fine but I wanted to take the German optics into a new arena. Thanks for your thoughts.

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