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Viltrox NF-E1 is a new electronic autofocus adapter for mounting Nikon F-mount lenses on Sony E-mount cameras

The Hong Kong-based company Viltrox will launch three new electronic autofocus adapters and one of them (model NF-E1) will allow mounting Nikon F-mount lenses on Sony E-mount cameras. In addition to autofocus, the adapter can transmit EXIF data and control the aperture. There are several other brands that make similar adapters. Additional details after the break:

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Another PDAF compatible Nikon F/Sony E mount AF lens adapter in development

I received an email about a new PDAF compatible Nikon F/Sony E AF lens adapter (similar to the Commlite version). Here are the details: AF-S lens support only (for now) Fast full range PDAF on Sony A7R II, good CBAF speed on A7R II The status of the project can be tracked here (Google translation) Here is a demo video of […]

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The Commlite Nikon F to Sony E adapter will come with autofocus and stabilization support

Matt Granger published a hands-on review of a new Commlite Nikon F to Sony E adapter (Nikkor lenses on a Sony a7 camera) that will come with autofocus and stabilization support:

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Fotodiox announced new WonderPana FreeArc filter system for Nikon wide angle lenses

Fotodiox announced new WonderPana FreeArc filter system for wide angle Nikon lenses. For more information check the two videos and specifications below:

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New Nikon F-mount adapter for Coolpix cameras to be announced soon

Nikon will announce a new adapter that will allow you to attach F-mount DSLR lenses to any Coolpix camera. The idea is similar to this adapter that lets you attach Nikkor lenses to your iPhone. The new Nikon adapter will have a F-mount on one side for attaching the lens and a very strong Neodymium […]

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