Nikkor Adapter

Discussion in 'Adapted Lenses' started by newphearo1, Apr 10, 2013.

  1. slothead

    slothead Mu-43 All-Pro

    Aug 14, 2012
    Frederick, MD
    I think you can use either. The G-type gives you diaphragm control on Nikkor lenses that don't have external/manual aperture control. Since you are using an AIS, you have aperture control and can use either (but would want to leave the lock lever "open" position). Just to be safe however, buy from a source that will allow you to return the adapter if it somehow doesn't work for you.
     
  2. Rob917

    Rob917 Mu-43 Regular

    128
    Jul 18, 2011
    jacksonville, florida usa
    Robert
    Get the Amazon.com: Fotodiox Pro Lens Mount Adapter, Nikon Lens to Micro Four Thirds Cameras: Camera & Photo
    Not the other, it is for a "G" Type lens (no aperature ring) since the 50 f1.4 AIS has the ring this one is uneccessary.
     
  3. Rob917

    Rob917 Mu-43 Regular

    128
    Jul 18, 2011
    jacksonville, florida usa
    Robert
    Slothead is correct you can use either. I just tried my 50 f1.4 AIS with my Fotodiox Nikon "G" Adapter.
    Move the lock to open and attached the 50. Works fine.
    Get the G if you plan on getting a Nikon G lens in the future. I am using the 35 f1.8 and it's proving to be very sharp and fun like the 50
     
  4. newphearo1

    newphearo1 New to Mu-43

    3
    Mar 6, 2013
    Many thanks for you Slothead & Rob917 that was much helpful to me ...