New: Techart Canon EF-Nikon Z Autofocus Adapter TZC-01 with auto-focus and lens stabilization


Techart unveiled a new Canon EF-Nikon Z Autofocus Adapter (TZC-01) with auto-focus and lens stabilization for EF-mount lenses when used on the Nikon Z6/Z7 cameras (check pricing and availability at Adorama, B&H, and Amazon):

Guangzhou China, Jan 2, 2020 – Techart, who had launched the autofocus adapter for Sony E mount lenses on Nikon Z cameras half a year ago, unveils the new Canon EF to Nikon Z Autofocus Adapter (TZC-01). The new TZC-01 adapter allows EF-mount lenses from Canon/Sigma/Tamron/Tokina to retain Autofocus, aperture control, lens stabilization and other functionalities when used on Nikon Z6 and Z7 cameras.

The Techart adapter enables both Auto Focus & Auto Aperture functions of EF-mount lenses to be used on Nikon Z6 and Z7. AF-S, AF-C, AF-F & MF mode are supported in still & video shooting. The incredible Face & Eye Detection of Z-mount cameras can also be used. Other functions like lens vibration reduction and timelapse can also be used. Phase-detect Autofocus is adopted to guarantee both AF accuracy and speed to be very close to (if not better) native Z-mount lenses. Please note that functionality may vary when different E-mount lenses are used.

Unlike the system of EF-mount where lenses selection is vast, Nikon Z system is a relatively new system and it does not have a very complete lenses selection. With the new Techart adapter, photographers can now make use of the reliable EF-lenses when transiting to Nikon Z system. The new Techart adapter currently supports most of the Canon, Sigma, Tamron, Tokina & Zeiss lenses with EF mount including some legendary glasses like Canon 16-35mm L, 24-70mm L, 70-200mm L, Sigma Art series, Canon Tilt/Shift glasses, Tamron zoom lenses, etc.

The new Techart TZC-01 adapter comes with a complimentary lens dock for firmware upgrade. Simply connect the PC/MAC via a Micro USB cable (not included) and the firmware can be updated via the Techart App. Techart is currently working to support more lenses.



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