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Does Nikon Fullframe Mirrorless Camera Accept DSLR Lenses ?

NIKON FTZ Mount adapter

Just after the announcement of Nikon Z6 and Nikon Z7 Mirrorless cameras we are getting Lot of questions from our users that, Does Nikon full frame mirrorless camera accept DSLR lenses ?

Yes the Nikon Z6, Z7 mirrorless cameras to accept DSLR lenses, with the help of an FTZ adaptor.

The recently announced Nikon adaptor allows the full synchronisation of DSLR lenses with the recently announced Nikon Z series mirrorless cameras. Now at the same time you can enjoy the file access image stabilization with the Nikon Prime lenses which was not possible with Nikon dslrs.

Nikon FTZ Lens Compatibility

  • AF-S type G/D/E lenses
  • AF-P type G/E lenses
  • AF-I type D lenses
  • AF-S / AF-I teleconverters

The Nikon FTZ Mount adaptor available at $249 – Available at B&H Store

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1 comment to Does Nikon Fullframe Mirrorless Camera Accept DSLR Lenses ?

  • giorgio

    If the gliadattatori do not have the power take-off for the D optics, the more robust ones that do not have problems of “malfunctioning by” compression “, they do not interest me

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