- Nikon Special Discounts – Only 2 weeks
- How to use Canon “G” lenses on Canon EOS DSLR camera bodies
We have been notified by B&H that a Special Saving program on Nikon lenses has just started today:
“For the first time in many years NIKON is going to be deeply discounting many legacy pro lenses individually (no need to bundle) for 2 weeks only with discounts up to $350.
We also have amazing deals on NIKON “Buy together and Save” packages as well.”
This is an amazing opportunity to get professional lenses at great prices. Who knows when we’ll see deals like this again. Please check the link below.
HOW to use Nikon “G” lenses on Canon EOS DSLR cameras
There are lot of cheap adapters to mount Nikon lenses on Canon EOS bodies, but they work only with Nikon lenses with aperture ring (you can also mount a “G” lens but you’re unable to control the diaphragm, meaning it will be always wide open)
BUT if you’re interested to use Nikon “G” lenses (without aperture ring) on a Canon EOS body, you should check out this:
That is a very reliable way to use, for instance, the amazing AF-S Zoom Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED AF Lens on a Canon EOS body. You won’t be able to get AF, use the camera in some modes like Tv or P or get advantage of some other functions, but it’s indeed a great way (almost the only one) to use Nikon “G” lenses on a Canon body and be able to manually control the aperture (and focus, of course).
The cheap adapters to mount Nikon lenses with aperture ring or the Novoflex EOS/NIK-NT adapter mentioned above do NOT have optic elements, hence the image quality is NOT affected.
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