Fotodiox Pro Lens Mount Adapter - Nikon Nikkor F Mount D/SLR to Large Format 4x5 View Cameras with a Graflok Rear Standard - Shift / Stitch Adapter
Lens Mount Adapter
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Mount a modern camera sensor onto 4x5 view cameras and utilize correction movements (tilts/shifts/swings)
Multiple exposures are in a linear array, perfect for flat-stitching to reduce distortion errors inherent in spherical stitching
24 Month Manufacturer Warranty
These Do not work on 4x5 field cameras!
Infinity focus with approximately 120mm or longer focal length lenses.
Ever think about using a fantastic Large Format 4x5 camera with a Nikon F-mount D/SLR camera? Here is your solution! With this adapter you can mount your film or digital back onto popular large format 4x5 view cameras (works on all 4x5 cameras with the standard with graflok back, such as: Cambo, Linhof, Calumet, Horseman, Omega, Toyo, Kodak). This adapter board mounts the backs in a vertical position and slides from side to side allowing more of the scene to be scanned and captured.
The entire digital image can be compiled using your computer. The sliding adapter allows you to 'scan' the 4x5 back so the multiple images can be stitched together using image editing software into a giant mega-file with amazing detail and clarity! The sliding board has incremental markings to help with positioning and a tension screw lock to keep the sliding board in place during shooting. This Fotodiox Pro-Series mount adapter is machined with pristine precision for the best possible fit. As with all Pro-series adapters, these have been specially crafted to endure professional lenses and repeated use. With unique styling, the lens mount adapter maintains/enhances the professional appearance.
Large Format 4x5 View Cameras with a Graflok Rear Standard
Nikon F Mount D/SLR Camera Body
• Please note that the markings are designed specifically for full frame cameras, if used with an APS-C camera and the markings are followed there will be gaps in the resulting image. If you use a crop sensor camera, you will want to keep the camera in the vertical position on either the top or bottom track and take images in between the markings so that there is plenty of overlap for a final image.
• This is a manual adapter, so lens functions that rely on electronic communication with the camera body (autofocus, AE metering, image stabilization, etc.) will be disrupted.