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Naka Announces, Nikon F → Fujifilm X Speed-booster and Adapter

Naka Lens adapter and speed booster

TNC Exclusive  – According to latest news coming from Japanese magazine DC watch Focus studio announced “Lens Turbo II N / G-FX” on March 16. The suggested retail price is 21,000 yen | $186 by tax

Translated from Japanese via dcwatch
Focus studio Co., Ltd. released the middle optics mount adapter “Lens Turbo II N / G-FX” on March 16. The suggested retail price is 21,000 yen by tax.
Mount adapter that mounts Nikon F mount lens to Fuji Film X mount machine. According to the reducer lens in the adapter, the APS – C sensor can record at the original angle of view for 35 mm lens, and the F value gets brighter by one step.

It’s a excellent news that now you can use Nikon FX lenses on your Fuji x series camera while boosting its aperture . We do know that Metabones and Fotodiox already have Nikkor Lenses to Fuji X series camera adapter.

But one of the biggest advantage of the Naka optics is the act as speed booster and it will increases the Maximum aperture upto 1 stop.

We don’t know at this moment when it will be announced globally. We will update you soon as we get any information.

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source – dc.watch.impress.co.jp

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