Using Adapted lenses - an overview

Using Adapted lenses - an overview
'Now the camera manufacturers, the fanboys and the brand besotted don't like this at all, but then if that isn't a great reason to champion adapting lenses I don't know what is!!!'
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Fuji X-Pro 1 + 17-60mm f/2.5-3.2 (sort of!) with Metabones Nikon>Fuji Speed Booster ULTRA

Fuji X-Pro 1 + 17-60mm f/2.5-3.2 (sort of!) with Metabones Nikon>Fuji Speed Booster ULTRA
'You'll not have heard of a 17-60mm f/2.5-3.2 lens for the Fuji X system, interesting as that might be, but that's what fitting my Nikon 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 to my X-Pro 1 via a Metabones speed booster gives me. '
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Nikon Df + 28-200mm lens - The DSLR still rules

Nikon Df + 28-200mm lens - The DSLR still rules
'Whatever issue people have with DSLR's, I don't share them other than to say that I don't like them too big and too heavy. But then the Df is neither. It's one of my favourite cameras ever and it achieves my highest accolade. I just don't notice it when I'm out working with it and it gets the job done with no errors, no delays and the minimum of fuss.'
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Leica T (Typ 701) and Nikon lenses

Leica T (Typ 701) and Nikon lenses
'Thanks to my Novoflex adapter, I can now use my Nikon lenses on my Leica T. This gives me a lot more options and adds that adapter / alternative / legacy lens dimension to the system. Which is of course how most Mirrorless interchangeable systems have to start off. Leica have the advantage that you can use M mount lenses on the Leica T, which fits the form and size of the camera. '
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