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Fotodiox Pro Lens Mount Adapter, Leica M39 Lens to Leica M Adapter with Coding for Leica M8 and Leica Digital M9 (50-75mm Frame)
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- Premium grade Fotodiox "pro" adapter
- "No play" adapter
- Infinity focus guaranteed
- Top notch craftsmanship
- 24 month manufacturer warranty
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If you have a SLR or DSLR camera and other maker/mount lenses, the Fotodiox Mount Adapters allow you to use your lenses on the film/digital camera body. Sharing lenses has some distinct advantages. Certain prime lens just can't be replaced, and you save the cost of purchase on new lenses. Adapting larger format lens to smaller format sensors (i.e: large format to medium format, medium format to 35mm, 35mm to micro 4/3) provides excellent edge-to-edge sharpness. The smaller image field helps minimize the effects of lens distortion and aberration by using the 'sweet spot' or center of the larger lens image circle.
This Fotodiox Pro Lens Mount Adapters are made with a high standard precision. The leaf spring design in the adaptor holds the lens tight to the camera body ensuring there is no play between the camera and the lens. This lens mount adapter allows a Leica 50mm/75mm M39 Mount Lens to fit on a Leica M camera body with appropriate viewfinder frame lines on enabled camera body. The adapter also includes Leica's '6-bit Coding' indents which can be painted (black/white) to emulate a variety of Leica M lenses to optimize the image quality.
Although the lens will fit physically, automatic diaphragm, auto-focusing, or any other functions will not operate correctly while using this adapter. In this case "stop-down mode" will need to be used when metering since the lens does not have the ability to have its aperture controlled by the camera body. You can shoot with manual mode or aperture priority mode. Infinity focusing is guaranteed.
Compatible Cameras (including, but not limited to): Leica M3, M2, M1, M4, M5, CL, M6, MP, M7, M8, M9, Hexar RF Epson R-D1, 35mm Bessa, Cosina Voigtländer, Minolta CLE, Rollei 35 RF, Zeiss Ikon, Ricoh GXR A12 M-Mount Module
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I deducted one star because although the adapter works well, the tolerances aren't quite as good as they could be for an adapter marketed as "Premium Grade" with "Top Notch Craftsmanship". That's not to say this is a bad adapter, it isn't at all, but judging it against its own marketing I can't quite rate it as perfect. I compared this adapter to an older Leitz Wetzlar adapter and a generic Japanese-made adapter I bought in Japan a few years ago for slightly more than the price of the Fotodiox. The key dimension with regard to focus is the thickness of the flange. All three have an average thickness of 0.0400" with some variation at different points around the ring. The Leitz had a variation of +/- 0.0003" and the Fotodiox had a variation of +/- 0.0005". Much to my surprise, the Japanese adapter beat both of them with a variation of +/- 0.0001", despite having a lower level of finish than the other two (sharp edges, light machining marks, no red indexing notch). The other point worth noting is that the Leitz adapter is the worst of the three in terms of mounting on the camera. It fits extremely tight on my M3 and M9, and can't even lock into place on the M9 without more force than I'm willing to exert on it. So the Japanese adapter, despite its slightly inferior finish, sets the bar. I would rate the Fotodiox above my particular Letiz adapter because of the fit issues, but it's possible the lugs on that adapter are just out of spec.
Given the inherent lack of precision in rangefinder focusing and the other potential sources of error, I suspect all three of the adapters are well within the tolerances of the system. That said, the Japanese adapter proves it's possible to make a significantly more precise adapter for not much more money, so I can't quite rate the Fotodiox as a full five stars if judged by its own marketing.