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Nikon G AF-S F Lens to SONY NEX E Mount Adapter with Tripod 1/4" Mount NEX-7 5 3 #00506393

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Key Features

This adapter has an Aperture Control Ring, to control the Nikon G series lens aperture.
This adapter fits Nikon AF-S G & F Mount lenses, and Nikon F mount lens from other manufacturers. Suitable For (1)LENS: Nikon G AF-S F MOUNT, (2) CAMERA: SONY NEX-7, NEX-5, NEX-3, (3) Camcorder: SONY NEX-VG10.
Adapter is built with 1/4in Screw tripod mount. It is possible to use Macro rings and other accessories.
Focus to Infinity.
Material: Brass Chromed and Anodized Aluminum


Accessory Type Adapter/Converter,
Compatible Brands Sony, Nikon,
Compatible Models Universal,
Material Metal,
Dimensions (cm) 7.5 x 7.5 x 3.2,
Weight (kg) 0.106,
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