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Novoflex Adapter for Nikon F Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera

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Novoflex Adapter for Nikon F Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera
Key Features
  • Adapts Nikon Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera
One of the most appealing aspects of Sony mirrorless cameras is the availability of a wide range of interchangeable lenses, including non-Sony lenses. This Novoflex Adapter allows you to mount Nikon F-mount lenses to Sony E-Mount cameras. Such an adapter does not transfer functions from the camera to the lens, such as autofocus, but automatic exposure metering (stop-down metering/aperture priority) is possible. The lens will focus to infinity using this adapter.
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Novoflex NEX/NIK Overview

One of the most appealing aspects of Sony mirrorless cameras is the availability of a wide range of interchangeable lenses, including non-Sony lenses. This Novoflex Adapter allows you to mount Nikon F-mount lenses to Sony E-Mount cameras. Such an adapter does not transfer functions from the camera to the lens, such as autofocus, but automatic exposure metering (stop-down metering/aperture priority) is possible. The lens will focus to infinity using this adapter.

Novoflex NEX/NIK Specs

Adapter
Camera MountSony E
Lens MountNikon F
Nikon Lens CompatibilityG-Type Lens
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.335 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.05 x 3 x 1.75"

Novoflex NEX/NIK Reviews

Worth the expense

By Gary
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-23

All my manual focus Zeiss zf.2 and Voigtlander glass connect solidly with no movement. Novoflex adapters are made well. Turn the blue ring on the Novoflex to the fully closed position (Small circle) so you can control your aperture from your lens ring.

It broke in the first month!

By GuidoJCruz
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2018-04-30

I bought this adapter, not cheap at $230, thinking I was buying one of the best and it lost a crucial piece in a few weeks. Waiting to hear from Novoflex. Now it's stuck into one of my lenses until we find a solution. Very disappointing.

Great adapter!

By Dustin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-05-10

I was nervous to buy this after reading some people say that it scratched their lens and camera housing, but I've had no such issues. It fits perfectly and smoothly. The only thing I don't really like is that the aperture ring is a little hard to adjust. I guess this is a good thing, but I'd prefer it to be a little easier. Overall, good product though. Mounts my Nikon, Sigma and Tamron F mount lenses like a charm

yes i would buy it again

By JUAN F
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2017-04-30

using my nikkor 85mm 1.4g on my a7sii is amazing! this adapter is really well built only thing, is the iris has no markings so its a hassle to know exactly where are you at!

Works as advertised

By Anonymous
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2017-04-28

This adapter allows me to fit Nikon lenses to my Sony a7 mark II. The quality seems good.

Excellent adapter.

By Christopher
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-02-26

High quality adapter w/less sample variation than cheaper brands like Metabones.

Very bad product

By Fadi
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2018-12-02

I have purchased this converter and it does not worth its money  I tried it with many Nikon lenses and sigma.  24-70 2.8 and 70-200 cant ready the 2.8 and and not sharp image.  Auto focus and Aperture does not work.  its not easy to remove lens from the converter.  Its not with me for about a year, I could not get it work with any lens well.  I strongly dont recommend this product.

Perfect for vintage Nikkor lenses

By Wayne
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-06-03

I have been using vintage Leica lenses on my Sony a7iii and this is my first foray into Nikkor lenses. This adapter works perfectly and allowed me to get a classic 105mm f2.5. All manual everything.

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question

Does this work for D and/or DX lenses?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes it would work with Nikon D and DX type lenses (and G type which lack a manually adjustable aperture ring). All functions are mechanical as there is no electronic communication between the camera and lenses, so the lenses will fit, you can adjust them manually, but you will also have to manually meter your exposures.
Answered by: Yos O.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Is there any way to save aperture data in the ...

Is there any way to save aperture data in the EXIF info with this adapter?
Asked by: David
No, I am sorry there is not.
Answered by: Chuck
Date published: 2019-05-22

question

HelloWhat is the blur turnable ring for?Regardslars jerstrom
Asked by: Anonymous
Hello,The blue ring is used to adjust aperture settings on lens that do not have an f/stop ring such as on Nikon G lenses.
Answered by: Chuck C.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Has this adapter any crop factor? I mean if mount a 24-70mm nikon lens, what equivalent focal length it will be on NEX 7 and /or A7?
Asked by: Anonymous
Please see my answer to this question elsewhere for more detail.It all has to do with sensor size. If you compare the image on the Sony APS-C sensor to that of a Nikon FX sensor, yes, there will be a 1.5x crop factor. If you are comparing to a Nikon camera that also has an APS-C sensor, then the image that you see on both cameras will be very similar.
Answered by: Bruce G.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Does it works on Sony A7 camera?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Novoflex Adapter for Nikon Lens to Sony NEX Camera is compatible with the full frame E mount cameras such as the a7 and a7R.
Answered by: Christina S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

I have a Sony A7-f and wonder it this adapter will allow me to mount all my Nikon F and G series lenses?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, the Novoflex Adapter for Nikon Lens to Sony NEX camera will allow you to mount Nikon F-mount lenses, including the G series, onto the Sony A7.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Has anyone tried the adopter with an A7 or a7r and long Nikon F series lenses (i.e., 300 mm or longer)? Was there evidence of vignetting?
Asked by: Anonymous
There will not be any vignetting issues with telephoto lenses using an adapter. Vignetting issues, if ever, may occur with wide angle lenses, but not telephoto, and there are no vignetting issues reported with any focal length using this adapter.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Has anyone used this adapter with the Sony A7R4? ...

Has anyone used this adapter with the Sony A7R4? Tell me about the results please. how will it work will an old nikkor 300 f2.8?
Asked by: alan
I own this adapter and have used it with my a7R IV. The fit between the adapter and the Sony body is perfect, as is the fit between Nikon lenses and the adapter. The blue ring on the adapter can be used to control the aperture of your lens, regardless of whether your lens has an aperture control ring. Or, you can set the adapter's aperture control ring to fully open or fully closed (I forget which), then you can control the aperture from the lens itself, unless it's a G lens with no aperture ring. However, one thing to watch out for with this is adapter is the metering. I was shooting my D800 and a7R IV on Sunday using the same 28mm AIS lens and using this adapter on my a7R IV. Both cameras were set to ISO 100. For one location, my D800 metered f/8 and 1/125, while the Sony metered f/8 and 1/800. For another location, my Nikon metered f/8 and 1/125, while the Sony metered f/8 and 1/500. Wondering if something might be wrong with my a7R IV, I went to the camera shop in town and tested this adapter with my 28mm AIS on my a7R IV vs. their a7R IV. Both Sony cameras metered the same. I then put my 28mm AIS back on my D800 and put a native Sony lens on my a7R IV and the store's a7R IV, and with native lenses, all cameras metered the same. So, sorry for the long winded response. In all instances, despite any differences in metering, all images were perfectly exposed and the histograms looked good. I'm not sure why this adapter meters differently, but if I was shooting with a film camera that didn't have a meter, I wouldn't measure light using a lens attached to this adapter.
Answered by: John-Paul
Date published: 2020-07-22
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