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Anybody else using multiple systems?

Jeffcs

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The latest Commlite Pro adapter works great with the Nikon fast primes. I would not sell those lenses just yet. Nikon glass is without a doubt on par with Zeiss glass if not better in certain instances.
How well will it work with my 24-120f4 and my 70-200f2.8
Will it work with c-af as well
 

Jeffcs

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Well GAS got me I picked up a Sony A9 camera store has an adapter to Nikon coming for now just getting used to the menu system and “playing “ with it, the Sony feels like my OMDem1mk2 but bigger so I’m now into 3 systems I may very well be getting the 100-400 and 24-105 native Sony lenses but enjoy my faster nikkors with the adapter. If things work out as I expect my D5 may be up for grabs
 

magicaxeman

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Currently 3 systems.

Sony A7RM3 + 35/2.8, 50/1.8, 85/1.8, 90/2.8 Macro, Sigma 50/2.8 Macro A mount on a LA-EA3 Adaptor & Nikkor 300/4.5 IFED on adaptor.

Fujifilm X-Pro1 + 35/1.4, 60/F2.4 Macro & Voigtlander 75/2.4 on Fuji M mount adaptor.

Lastly - Panasonic LX100 compact camera.
 

JonathanF2

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How well will it work with my 24-120f4 and my 70-200f2.8
Will it work with c-af as well
Not sure if you received your adapter yet, but so far the 24-120mm and 70-200mm seem to work. It definitely works better on a Nikon body, but does work in a pinch. Ideally I prefer using the adapter with lightweight primes. I'm hoping they release a FW update that allows usage of the 18-35mm G which makes for a cheap wide angle zoom lens.
 

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