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Fotodiox Lens Mount Adapter (Canon FD/FL Lens to Sony Alpha A-mount Camera) Specifications

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Batteries Included No
Batteries Required No
Brand Fotodiox
Item model number 10LA-FD-SN-G
Item Weight 41 g
Model 10LA-FD-SN-G
Model Year 2014
Product Dimensions 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm

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Fotodiox Lens Mount Adapter (Canon FD/FL Lens to Sony Alpha A-mount Camera) Reviews from YouTube

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Why do you plan on using vintage lenses? What camera are you currently using right now?
Thanks for the info. Recently did a video showing off my old Canon A-1 and it got me thinking it might be fun to play around with my old lenses on my current EOS, so checking around to see what others have to say on the subject.
Can I use this adaptor with my fd 50mm 1.4 lens to my canon 5D mark 3 camera please?
How do you take it off?
Interesting. I like the your style!
Thank you for the video. I have an old kenko tele converter that i love to use. I love the look it and old lenses can give to photos, but didn't know how i could mount them.
Will this work for the canon m100 I am thinking about getting one
Here's hoping.
I have the same setup, except my 55mm lens is F1.2, which I bought way back in 1973/4 with a heap of others most of which were stolen with my prizes F1 Canon about 20 years ago. Arseholes. I remembered the bokeh that I got wide open and wanted to reproduce that. I had a ship load of trouble with the adapter but you have just cleared that up for me Jonathon. Thanks mate .
does it matter if you get an adaptor with a piece of glass in or not ? :)
Hey! Quick question just ordered a FD lens from JP but still looking for an adapter the move you do with the adapter is smoth without de-clicking the lens? Or you had to de-click it before?
I use Canon FD glass exclusively.
I have a FD canon lens and the adapter does not seem to click in place on the lens. I don't know what the problem is.
have you tried to use an extension tube with this. I do macro pics and I would like to use some of my FD lenses
You pronounced it correctly! Not many people get it right the first time :) Nice video. Enjoy your adapter!
EOS mount? Did you mean EF mount?
I have the same camera with a 28-105 mm lens, will that work for that lens or is it necessary?
Did you have to put it in crop mode?
How does my fully electronic EOS body releases the shutter of a mechanical lens? Is there some adapting going on, in the adapter ring for that?
may i know what is the purpose of the optical glass?
I can feel a little twist to the right after I press down the 2 pins, but it doesn't turn all the way. Should just brutally force it?
I have a Canon FD 50mm f1.8 lens and bought a Fotodiox PRO Lens Mount Adapter to use on my Canon SL2/200D DSLR. I am pretty happy with the overall results of the combination. I have noticed when shooting wide ope the images tend to be a bit soft, with when I close down the aperture to f2 - f16 the images become quite sharp from corner to corner, at f22 the image once again starts to get soft on the edges. I am assuming this is caused by light diffraction from the aperture blades. Here is a image taken at 1/320 sec - f2.0 - ISO 200 show us how to remove it from an FD lens.
Thank you so much
question suppose you eliminated the glass that's inside the photodex to give it more clarity will that destroy the adapter if so when using the photodex normally and losing one stop a light have you noticed any lost in sharpness with images
My I have some comparison images with and without the adaptor? I want to know the actual drop in quality people keep going on about on these. I don't think its as bad as they think it is.
How much optics in the adapter deads hhe image?
Did you have colour fringing on your images with this adapter?
Useless video, unless you know ZERO about cameras.
can you explain how to remove the adapter
Perfect review, just what I was looking for. Will be purchasing this soon
Can I with this adapter, mount my MD ROKKOR 50mm f1.2 on CANON 600d _?
Sample photos please.
From what I gather from your review, do you need to meter in the STOP DOWN mode with this adapter? Canon REALLY dicked over their old FD lens owners when they changed mounts. The old FD lenses were superbly made, many a lot better than their modern day PLASTIC equivalents. Nikon, on the other hand, still uses their F mount which dates all the way back to 1959. ANY Nikkor ever made from that date can be mounted and used on the latest Nikon DSLR's. The only caveat is that non-AI lenses need to be converted to AI, which can be done by any competent repairman or you can do it with a Dremel and a cut off wheel. I converted my superb 50mm f/1.4 non-AI to AI in about 15 minutes with no more than a phillips head screwdriver and a Dremel and cut off wheel. Canon, on the other hand, requires that you purchase one of these aftermarket adapters. Most are cheaply made and poorly coated and anytime you place more glass behind a lens you are looking at more flare and quite possibly a degradation of image quality, potentially a significant one. And I understand that I also reduces the T-number of the lens. Not a particularly viable alternative so you can use these older and superbly made lenses. Just one more reason to stick with Nikon, which I have since 1974.
I bought one yesterday and used it.  Photos were slightly soft.  Ever so slightly.  Only a pro would really notice.  It does take a f4 lens in my case and turn it into f5.6.  On a Crop Sensor camera like mine it turned by 70-210mm zoom into almost double, while losing 1 f-stop.  You have to shoot on a complete manual setting, which I like a lot.
Yeah I noticed that my 28mm f2.8 is stopped down at least 1 stop when I put it on my 60D body. This makes it too dark for me to use in most indoor situation. Is this just the name of the game when putting the FD to an EOS body, or is it something that is user caused (ie i screwed up putting it on) thanks  
does this increase the f-stop of the lense? I've read some of them cause an increase of 1 a 1.4 = sharp is the image ?
Good quality  old lenses are no longer super  cheap! Everyone and their dog are buying them on ebay. They are still cheaper than a new dslr len though. You need to get the ones that have a manual aperture setting.
Well, I tried to use the same lens with my A7II using similar adapter (FD-NEX) and I got the vignette effect. Only when I switched camera to ASP-C mode the vignette gone, but the frame is cropped. What I did wrong?
can I used this adapter in my Canon EF 50 mm f 1.4 USM, to sony A6400 without losing my auto focus?
I just bought the fd mount adapter for the my Sony and I don’t see the stop changing on the screen . It just stays on 0 . Is there anything I’m doing wrong ?
Does the Sony A7 iii go into APSC mode? Or do the FD lens use the full frame?
Well this video is completely useless! How am I supposed to get a hold of *your* fingers every time I need to change a lens?!?
Wooowww , amazing , now a can use my lovely FD canon lenses , fantastic thanks for this exelent report cheers
you say Canon FD 50mm F1.4 but your sample shots are the Canon FD 50mm F1.8?
nice video! is the "A" mode (automatic aperture mode) working, or only manual aperture?
I use an FD 28mm f/2.8 on my A7
How can you make videos on products without mentioning their foremost basic caracteristics . Does the aperture display correctly on the screen ? cropping factor ? is there a glass in the adapter that would lower the image quality ?
What adapter I should use for the Canon 50mm 1.4 LMT?
Did you shoot with full frame mode or apsc mode? Any vigneting in wide open?
looks more like an FL lens
Will autofocus still work
As soon as I posted this question I just figured it out. I had to adapt the lens to the adapter in the open position. Then mounted it to my camera body and then switched it to the locked position and now I can control the aperture. Around 1:25 I don't know what he means by you can use the lock-open ring as a declicked aperture ring I just got a canon FD for my A7rii. I can't seem to change the aperture and the seller is telling me you can only change the aperture manually only if I mount it to a canon body only. Can anyone back this up?
Check out my short film which I shot on the Sony A7Rii + Canon FD. I used old Canon FD lenses for all the interior shots and for the water scenes I used the 35mm Sony / Carl Zeiss lens since it was the only auto focus lens that would fit in the underwater housing we had. I constantly switched back and forth from fullframe / super 35 mode - which is what I love about the A7Rii. The whole film was shot using only natural light. For the interior scenes I mostly exposed from the window since that was my source of light. Because I created the look mostly in camera, it made color grading pretty hard.I used a custom color profile - one which I'm not sure if I would use again because the a lot of footage came out very purple-y. maybe it's from the old canon glass?
was this in Nashville?
What is the crop factor if you mount a 50mm? Thank you.
You need more b roll footage

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