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Like to fit my bronica fisheye p e into nikon f 5 camera

Got a beautifull bronica fisheye lens ( pe) want to use on nikon f 5 camera need to find a converter please let me know if some expert can help me thank very much for your time ruben77syd@msn.com

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The lens you're refering to is the Fisheye-Zenzanon-PE 30mm, yes? As far as I'm aware no Bronica ETR > Nikon F adaptor has ever been made, and if one was to be it would be rather cumbersome.
You're probably better off selling it and using a Nikon Fisheye-Nikkor 16mm 1:2.8 in its place.

Posted on Jul 05, 2009

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