Just a quick and short post. I ordered a Gutty Nikon G lens to Canon RF adapter the other day from Amazon. It’s pretty good for less than $20! The build quality is very sturdy and feels much more expensive than the low price.
In the past ten+ years I’ve used several mechanical D lens only adapters with my various Canon cameras. Those still work pretty good going on the official Canon EOS to RF adapter, but this one is a complete separate piece, and has an aperture adjustment ring.
The last G lens adapter I had (from a different manufacturer) was not very good at all, and got stuck on one of my lenses. 🙁
This one seems to be alright thus far! In one short afternoon I tested it with the:
Nikon 35mm 1.8G DX
Nikon 24-70mm 2.8G
Nikon 105mm 2.8G Micro
Nikon 105mm 1.4E
Obviously all these lenses become Manual Focus only, and the EXIF Data will show 0mm for every lens, but mirrorless cameras open the doors to all sorts of lenses that wouldn’t ordinarily work.
Below are some quick portraits with my various lenses on the RP. It’s winter time in Georgia so it’s pretty dead outside and a bit cold too (for the south at least!).
The color is pretty much from the Canon Portrait Profile, with minor editing.
More Pix to Come!
List of my Canon EOS RP related Posts!
- Canon EOS RP and Nikon 105mm 1.4E
- Canon EOS RP and Nikon 35mm 1.8G DX
- Canon EOS RP Follow Up Review
- Canon EOS RP Portraits
- Canon EOS RP Sample Photos and Mini Review
- Gutty Nikon G to Canon EOS RF Adapter Review and Sample Portraits
- Dragon Con 2019 – Set 2 – In 3D! (Shot with a Canon EOS RP)