• Fotodiox PRO Lens Mount Adapter, Canon EOS Lens to Nikon 1-Series Camera, fits Nikon V1, J1 Mirrorless Cameras, EOS-Nik(1) PRO
  • Fotodiox PRO Lens Mount Adapter, Canon EOS Lens to Nikon 1-Series Camera, fits Nikon V1, J1 Mirrorless Cameras, EOS-Nik(1) PRO
  • Fotodiox PRO Lens Mount Adapter, Canon EOS Lens to Nikon 1-Series Camera, fits Nikon V1, J1 Mirrorless Cameras, EOS-Nik(1) PRO
  • Fotodiox PRO Lens Mount Adapter, Canon EOS Lens to Nikon 1-Series Camera, fits Nikon V1, J1 Mirrorless Cameras, EOS-Nik(1) PRO
  • Fotodiox PRO Lens Mount Adapter, Canon EOS Lens to Nikon 1-Series Camera, fits Nikon V1, J1 Mirrorless Cameras, EOS-Nik(1) PRO
Fotodiox PRO Lens Mount Adapter, Canon EOS Lens to Nikon 1-Series Camera, fits Nikon V1, J1 Mirrorless Cameras, EOS-Nik(1) PRO
Fotodiox PRO Lens Mount Adapter, Canon EOS Lens to Nikon 1-Series Camera, fits Nikon V1, J1 Mirrorless Cameras, EOS-Nik(1) PRO
Fotodiox PRO Lens Mount Adapter, Canon EOS Lens to Nikon 1-Series Camera, fits Nikon V1, J1 Mirrorless Cameras, EOS-Nik(1) PRO
Fotodiox PRO Lens Mount Adapter, Canon EOS Lens to Nikon 1-Series Camera, fits Nikon V1, J1 Mirrorless Cameras, EOS-Nik(1) PRO
Fotodiox PRO Lens Mount Adapter, Canon EOS Lens to Nikon 1-Series Camera, fits Nikon V1, J1 Mirrorless Cameras, EOS-Nik(1) PRO

Fotodiox PRO Lens Mount Adapter, Canon EOS Lens to Nikon 1-Series Camera, fits Nikon V1, J1 Mirrorless Cameras, EOS-Nik(1) PRO

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  • Premium Grade Fotodiox "Pro" Adapter
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Does what it claims to do.But, as warned, the Nikon 1 J1 must be operated in manual mode when a non-standard lens is attached, and focusing seems, thus far, to not be a simple matter. I'll modify this review if warranted. So is it worth buying this adapter? It was for me because it was inexpensive and I wondered if the better lenses would make the J1 more useful. But for now it's unlikely I will be using the lenses from my DSLR Nikon with the J1. 4Will not work with Wide Angle lenses!Tried to use this adapter with the Voigtlander 15mm Super Wide Heliar Leica M mount lens.The lens fits on the adapter perfectly but there is a serious problem.The lens will not focus further than 20 feet away even at infinity setting.The adapter is the wrong thickness and is placing the lens either too close or too far from the sensor.I would expect this same behavior for any Leica Wide angle lens as well.Wide angle Leica M lenses have a longer lens protrusion into the camera and the adapter must take this into account.This adapter does not, and anything past 20 feet is blurry no matter what you do. 1A great product but not too user friendlyNot for the amateur or faint of heart but immensely rewarding if you have some old quality Minolta glass from the film era. Since this adapter is completely manual, you have to manually focus the lens and set aperture and shutter speed just like in the old days. For the price, it slips on and off my J1 smoothly enough, and the lenses similarly mount and dismount nicely from the adapter.Here are some pointers on the use of this adapter on the J1:Make sure you have the latest firmware upgrade for the camera. It is freely available on the Nikon support website.Carefully attach lens with adapter to camera. Only attach a lens that has a both a focus ring and an aperture ring.Go into the menu and select exposure; then manualSet the ISO to 400 or less in the menuSet a shutter speed on the body with the little flippy switch in the upper right. You can focus with the lens wide open, and then turn the aperture ring to choose an aperture setting. As you close this aperture, objects closer and further from the point that you have chosen will come into focus, and less light will reach the sensor.Try a shot, and look at it on the screen. You can just experiment with a different aperture or shutter speed depending on your initial result or press the display button until the histogram shows up alongside your shot, and change shutter speed or aperture to taste. repeat.It sounds like a lot of work, but once you get the knack it becomes second nature. It is very rewarding to see the stunning results obtainable with old, sharp Minolta glass. It is also nice that this costs a fraction of the amount that Nikon charges for the modern autofocus equivalent lenses on the J1. 5Just an adapter but works wellYes you will be using manual mode using this adapter and I believe all except Nikon's official adapter. Other reviewers have not been very fair since manual should be expected. Unfortunately Nikon's adapter is just too expensive and not worth the price for the Nikon 1 system. One of the reasons I really like Canon mirrorless is the ability to get a cheap adapter for Canon EF mount lenses that communicates with the camera and autofocuses. But that isn't the case with Nikon 1.The biggest disappointment for me is discovering Nikon is not allowing magnification when a lens isn't detected. At least that seems to be the case on the V1 and it sounds like it applies to other Nikon 1 models. The screen is sharp enough to focus when you don't need to be very precise, but (from only a few minutes of testing) it seems it may be quite difficult to achieve precise focus.Anyway regarding this adapter specifically it works well as expected. I bought this one because it allows adjusting aperture and as far as I know I don't think most of the others do (will need aperture ring on lens and most of my Nikon lenses do not have one) 5Works as well as all other Fotodiox adaptersWorks very well. I have my Grandfather's FD lenses and wanted to use them for my Nikon 1 V2 and the Fotodiox did not disappoint. I have their FD adapter for the Nikon F-mount camera as well with the same results.It will be manual focus, but as long as you aren't doing action shots of fast moving subjects, you will be fine. 5It does exactly what it says it will doI 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. 5Great Way To Use Legacy Lenses On A Mirrorless CameraJust took some pictures with this, my Nikon 1 camera and a couple of Kamero lenses I picked up last year in the US. No glass and fits perfect. I suspect the 35mm Kamero my turn out to be a real sleeper as it appears to be extremely sharp. Mirrorless cameras work much better adapting legacy lenses as they do not require a glass in the adapter. No loss of resolution at all. This is a fun way to use all of your old legacy lenses. Will take some movies as I have read it is in movies that the older lenses really work the best. 5Works for CY Planar T* 50mm/1.4 (non MM: no green aperture marking) on V2/J1For Planar T* 50mm/1.4 (non MM) on V2/J1 camera. I gave 5 stars based on the fact that it performs as best as it could for an adapter without electronics and for the price.Carl Zeiss C/Y lens adapters for Nikon mount are usually bad as they do not allow infinity focus if it is a purely mechanical or if it include optical component it degrades the image quality (the whole point of trying to use a Carl Zeiss lens). The beauty of using an adapter for Nikon 1 mount is that you can have infinity focus without optical components.The only primes I have a Nikon 18mm/1.8 and a 50mm/1.8D. The 32mm/1.2 is out of my budget and I was considering getting a 50mm/1.4AFS for better DOF in the 1" sensor. But during my trip to Denmark I stumbled on a Contax 139 with a Planar T* 50mm/1.4 (non MM unfortunately) for $18 so I thought it would be worthy to loose AF and give it a try.The adapter works as it is supposed to (for a dumb adapter):1) You can only take pictures on Manual2) Manual focus only. The OK button will NOT enlarge the image3) On my preliminary tests the image seems to be good. I like the bokeh. The colors are great but change dramatically above base ISO (have not had the chance to investigate why). I don't remember seeing that effect with my Nikkor 50/1.8 and FT-1.Do I recommend buying the adapter? Absolutely IF you already own a Carl Zeiss C/Y mount lens (or can find a real bargain like I did). If you don't I would recommend getting a FT-1 and Nikon AF compatible lens as you would also get Aperture Priority and Image enlargement during manual. focus. 5Good but...Excellent build, tight fit, fast delivery, HOWEVER, this is a passive adapter and that's fine given the price point and the fact that they clearly advertise that it has no electronic controls or metering, the main issue is that you lose a lot of light with this adapter making it useless for low light conditions. almost all your shots will be underexposed even with flash sometimes. You will have to shoot with the lens wide open and at very slow shutter speeds. the shorter base adapter without the manual aperture control would've been better choice i think. Customer service is excellent though. i returned my product with no hassles. I might buy the cheaper version (without aperture control) which is shorter than this adapter, which can improve the under exposure you get with this device. 2The screws loosened up quickly on my copy.They are easy to tighten down.i ordered this adapter to use an fd 135 f2.5 lens on my V1. This is a heavy lens, and would not seem to be the best match with the tiny body. It works splendidly, however. after a day or 2 or use, the tiny screws in the adapter came loose, allowing the lens to slop around. I tightened them up, of course, but am pretty sure that they will loosen up again and again until they are lost. The lens or camera body may drop to the ground at that point. I will probably try lock-tite. Using something to keep those screws in place might be interesting to the fotodiox company, if they wish to avoid problems with this otherwise good product.Update. i jumped the gun! the screws have not loosened up again, and i have a tube of blue locktight standing by in case they do. Otherwise, the adapter functions quite well. I have upped the stars from 2 to 3 now that the shock value of the loose screws has worn off. 3
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Description
  • Premium Grade Fotodiox "Pro" Adapter
  • "No Play" Adapter
  • Infinity Focus Guaranteed
  • Top Notch Craftsmanship
  • 24 Month Manufacture Warranty
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Does what it claims to do.But, as warned, the Nikon 1 J1 must be operated in manual mode when a non-standard lens is attached, and focusing seems, thus far, to not be a simple matter. I'll modify this review if warranted. So is it worth buying this adapter? It was for me because it was inexpensive and I wondered if the better lenses would make the J1 more useful. But for now it's unlikely I will be using the lenses from my DSLR Nikon with the J1. 4Will not work with Wide Angle lenses!Tried to use this adapter with the Voigtlander 15mm Super Wide Heliar Leica M mount lens.The lens fits on the adapter perfectly but there is a serious problem.The lens will not focus further than 20 feet away even at infinity setting.The adapter is the wrong thickness and is placing the lens either too close or too far from the sensor.I would expect this same behavior for any Leica Wide angle lens as well.Wide angle Leica M lenses have a longer lens protrusion into the camera and the adapter must take this into account.This adapter does not, and anything past 20 feet is blurry no matter what you do. 1A great product but not too user friendlyNot for the amateur or faint of heart but immensely rewarding if you have some old quality Minolta glass from the film era. Since this adapter is completely manual, you have to manually focus the lens and set aperture and shutter speed just like in the old days. For the price, it slips on and off my J1 smoothly enough, and the lenses similarly mount and dismount nicely from the adapter.Here are some pointers on the use of this adapter on the J1:Make sure you have the latest firmware upgrade for the camera. It is freely available on the Nikon support website.Carefully attach lens with adapter to camera. Only attach a lens that has a both a focus ring and an aperture ring.Go into the menu and select exposure; then manualSet the ISO to 400 or less in the menuSet a shutter speed on the body with the little flippy switch in the upper right. You can focus with the lens wide open, and then turn the aperture ring to choose an aperture setting. As you close this aperture, objects closer and further from the point that you have chosen will come into focus, and less light will reach the sensor.Try a shot, and look at it on the screen. You can just experiment with a different aperture or shutter speed depending on your initial result or press the display button until the histogram shows up alongside your shot, and change shutter speed or aperture to taste. repeat.It sounds like a lot of work, but once you get the knack it becomes second nature. It is very rewarding to see the stunning results obtainable with old, sharp Minolta glass. It is also nice that this costs a fraction of the amount that Nikon charges for the modern autofocus equivalent lenses on the J1. 5Just an adapter but works wellYes you will be using manual mode using this adapter and I believe all except Nikon's official adapter. Other reviewers have not been very fair since manual should be expected. Unfortunately Nikon's adapter is just too expensive and not worth the price for the Nikon 1 system. One of the reasons I really like Canon mirrorless is the ability to get a cheap adapter for Canon EF mount lenses that communicates with the camera and autofocuses. But that isn't the case with Nikon 1.The biggest disappointment for me is discovering Nikon is not allowing magnification when a lens isn't detected. At least that seems to be the case on the V1 and it sounds like it applies to other Nikon 1 models. The screen is sharp enough to focus when you don't need to be very precise, but (from only a few minutes of testing) it seems it may be quite difficult to achieve precise focus.Anyway regarding this adapter specifically it works well as expected. I bought this one because it allows adjusting aperture and as far as I know I don't think most of the others do (will need aperture ring on lens and most of my Nikon lenses do not have one) 5Works as well as all other Fotodiox adaptersWorks very well. I have my Grandfather's FD lenses and wanted to use them for my Nikon 1 V2 and the Fotodiox did not disappoint. I have their FD adapter for the Nikon F-mount camera as well with the same results.It will be manual focus, but as long as you aren't doing action shots of fast moving subjects, you will be fine. 5It does exactly what it says it will doI 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. 5Great Way To Use Legacy Lenses On A Mirrorless CameraJust took some pictures with this, my Nikon 1 camera and a couple of Kamero lenses I picked up last year in the US. No glass and fits perfect. I suspect the 35mm Kamero my turn out to be a real sleeper as it appears to be extremely sharp. Mirrorless cameras work much better adapting legacy lenses as they do not require a glass in the adapter. No loss of resolution at all. This is a fun way to use all of your old legacy lenses. Will take some movies as I have read it is in movies that the older lenses really work the best. 5Works for CY Planar T* 50mm/1.4 (non MM: no green aperture marking) on V2/J1For Planar T* 50mm/1.4 (non MM) on V2/J1 camera. I gave 5 stars based on the fact that it performs as best as it could for an adapter without electronics and for the price.Carl Zeiss C/Y lens adapters for Nikon mount are usually bad as they do not allow infinity focus if it is a purely mechanical or if it include optical component it degrades the image quality (the whole point of trying to use a Carl Zeiss lens). The beauty of using an adapter for Nikon 1 mount is that you can have infinity focus without optical components.The only primes I have a Nikon 18mm/1.8 and a 50mm/1.8D. The 32mm/1.2 is out of my budget and I was considering getting a 50mm/1.4AFS for better DOF in the 1" sensor. But during my trip to Denmark I stumbled on a Contax 139 with a Planar T* 50mm/1.4 (non MM unfortunately) for $18 so I thought it would be worthy to loose AF and give it a try.The adapter works as it is supposed to (for a dumb adapter):1) You can only take pictures on Manual2) Manual focus only. The OK button will NOT enlarge the image3) On my preliminary tests the image seems to be good. I like the bokeh. The colors are great but change dramatically above base ISO (have not had the chance to investigate why). I don't remember seeing that effect with my Nikkor 50/1.8 and FT-1.Do I recommend buying the adapter? Absolutely IF you already own a Carl Zeiss C/Y mount lens (or can find a real bargain like I did). If you don't I would recommend getting a FT-1 and Nikon AF compatible lens as you would also get Aperture Priority and Image enlargement during manual. focus. 5Good but...Excellent build, tight fit, fast delivery, HOWEVER, this is a passive adapter and that's fine given the price point and the fact that they clearly advertise that it has no electronic controls or metering, the main issue is that you lose a lot of light with this adapter making it useless for low light conditions. almost all your shots will be underexposed even with flash sometimes. You will have to shoot with the lens wide open and at very slow shutter speeds. the shorter base adapter without the manual aperture control would've been better choice i think. Customer service is excellent though. i returned my product with no hassles. I might buy the cheaper version (without aperture control) which is shorter than this adapter, which can improve the under exposure you get with this device. 2The screws loosened up quickly on my copy.They are easy to tighten down.i ordered this adapter to use an fd 135 f2.5 lens on my V1. This is a heavy lens, and would not seem to be the best match with the tiny body. It works splendidly, however. after a day or 2 or use, the tiny screws in the adapter came loose, allowing the lens to slop around. I tightened them up, of course, but am pretty sure that they will loosen up again and again until they are lost. The lens or camera body may drop to the ground at that point. I will probably try lock-tite. Using something to keep those screws in place might be interesting to the fotodiox company, if they wish to avoid problems with this otherwise good product.Update. i jumped the gun! the screws have not loosened up again, and i have a tube of blue locktight standing by in case they do. Otherwise, the adapter functions quite well. I have upped the stars from 2 to 3 now that the shock value of the loose screws has worn off. 3
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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