Meike, producer of photograph and video gear like lenses, lighting, and adapters, has introduced the Meike MK-EFTZ-B autofocus mount adapter to make use of Canon EF/EF-S lenses on Nikon Z mirrorless cameras.
The adapter helps full autofocus performance and features a built-in digital contact to permit full aperture management by way of your Z digital camera physique. There’s additionally a dial on the adapter itself that lets you alter the aperture. Due to the digital contacts, the adapter additionally helps EXIF information recording.
Constructed from steel, the adapter guarantees dependable mud and water resistance. It weighs solely 87g (3.1 oz.) and provides 28.3mm (1.1″) of whole size to your lens. If it is like Meike’s different AF adapters, the brand new one ought to help full computerized publicity, auto aperture, and optical picture stabilization. The Meike MK-EFTZ-B adapter is obtainable to order now for $159.99.
The adapter joins quite a few different adapters in Meike’s lineup, together with the MK-EFTR-C drop-in filter mount adapter for EF to R, the Meike Adapter for Cine Lens, MK-EFTR-A autofocus adapter for EF-S to EOS-R, the MK-EFTR-B management ring adapter for EF/EF-S to EOS-R and extra. Earlier this yr, Meike introduced the EF to EF-M adapter that features drop-in variable impartial density filter slot. You may try Meike’s full catalog of adapters right here. The brand new MK-EFTZ-B is Meike’s first adapter designed for the Nikon Z mirrorless system.
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