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Novoflex Leica M Lens to Fujifilm G-Mount Camera Adapter

Novoflex Leica M Lens to Fujifilm G-Mount Camera Adapter
Key Features
  • Leica M Lens to Fujifilm GFX Camera
  • Maintains Infinity Focus
  • All-Metal Construction
Mount your Leica M-mount lens on a Fujifilm G-mount medium format mirrorless camera with this Novoflex Lens Adapter. This adapter has a simple, fully manual, and durable all-metal design for intuitive and straightforward use. While this adapter will maintain infinity focus and the use of aperture priority metering, it does not relay electronic communication between the camera and lens.
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There are three reviews, which all shower praises ...

There are three reviews, which all shower praises on the build quality of the adapter. That goes without saying – Novoflex makes excellent products and charges a premium price, and that point is beyond debate. But the reviews completely missed what is really relevant: how do the Leica M mount lenses optically perform on a Fuji GFX camera? What kind of resolution do you get from the image files? Can you get sharp images to the edges and corners? Are there any acute ray angle issues that you see with M lenses on other 35mm full-frame mirrorless cameras like the Sony A7 / A7R or the Panasonic S1 / S1R? Can you specify the focal length of the lens mounted so the Fuji camera can apply image stabilization? I would appreciate any insights on these. TIA.
Asked by: Roy
Works great but disappointed at the amount of vignetting.
Answered by: Cid
Date published: 2021-11-23
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