Nice 4 WHEEL ADAPTERS photos

By | November 26, 2017

Some cool 4 WHEEL ADAPTERS images:

Fuji X-Pro 1, Jupiter 8 (50mm f/2) using Kipon Adapter
4 WHEEL ADAPTERS
Image by soelin
Fuji X-Pro 1, Jupiter 8 (50mm f/2) using Kipon Adapter

The Kipon, Leica M to Fuji FX lens adapter arrived from Hong Kong.

I’ve had a chance to use it—and, it does what it’s supposed to do. Focusing to infinity works. Build wise, it’s lighter than the similar sized Fotodiox adapter for micro 4/3. It does seem well-built and mounts smoothly and perfectly.

The Experience of Shooting with LTM/M-lenses

I no longer have Leica M8 to do side by side comparisons for those interested. However, if you have good eye sight (which I do), focusing is really a breeze, even with the 50mm lens. If you need critical focus, you have to press the button on the scroll wheel in the back of the camera. The position of the button is placed perfectly within the reach of the thumb. I’ve learned to focus very fast with it—as quickly as I would with the M8 or any modern rangefinder cameras.

How about image quality compared to the M8?
It’s hard to tell. Like I stated, I no longer have the M8. But, one thing for sure, metering and color accuracy are far better than the M8. There will be less post processing to do.

Handling LTM/M Lenses on Fuji X-Pro 1

Because the X-Pro 1 is lighter than the M8, but is sized similarly, handling feels pretty good. I can hold for a while without wrist fatigue. I guess, ideally, it’d be better to use the add-on grip or a thumbs-up. I can see that for bigger hands, a bigger grip would benefit.

Images coming soon…



Fuji X-Pro 1, Voigtlander 28mm f/3.5 using Kipon Adapter
4 WHEEL ADAPTERS
Image by soelin
Fuji X-Pro 1, Voigtlander 28mm f/3.5 using Kipon Adapter

The Kipon, Leica M to Fuji FX lens adapter arrived from Hong Kong.

I’ve had a chance to use it—and, it does what it’s supposed to do. Focusing to infinity works. Build wise, it’s lighter than the similar sized Fotodiox adapter for micro 4/3. It does seem well-built and mounts smoothly and perfectly.

The Experience of Shooting with LTM/M-lenses

I no longer have Leica M8 to do side by side comparisons for those interested. However, if you have good eye sight (which I do), focusing is really a breeze, even with the 50mm lens. If you need critical focus, you have to press the button on the scroll wheel in the back of the camera. The position of the button is placed perfectly within the reach of the thumb. I’ve learned to focus very fast with it—as quickly as I would with the M8 or any modern rangefinder cameras.

How about image quality compared to the M8?
It’s hard to tell. Like I stated, I no longer have the M8. But, one thing for sure, metering and color accuracy are far better than the M8. There will be less post processing to do.

Handling LTM/M Lenses on Fuji X-Pro 1

Because the X-Pro 1 is lighter than the M8, but is sized similarly, handling feels pretty good. I can hold for a while without wrist fatigue. I guess, ideally, it’d be better to use the add-on grip or a thumbs-up. I can see that for bigger hands, a bigger grip would benefit.

Images coming soon…

Land Rover
4 WHEEL ADAPTERS
Image by NoJuan
Issaquah, WA

Canon EOS 6D
Nikon 85mm f:2 Nikkor-Ai
Fotodiox Lens Adapter
Nik Silver Efex Pro

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