Question about Bronica Cameras
I can fit Bronica 2x teleconverter-E to ETRSi camera body but am not able to fit lens on to the converter.I have no reference to a manual . must be a simple procedure but havn@ found it yet. Can anyone help?- is there a website with a free download manual?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
The SX1 has an amazing 20X optical zoom. The teleconverter will allow to get pictures if the camera zoom is not fully on 20X. It means that you can't get a full 40X zoom images, but a 30X maybe. I don't why canon has this problem.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
Depends what you mean.
The Fuji s7000 is a fixed lens bridge camera, so you can't remove the lens and use an adapter and fit other lenses.
All that you can do is to git supplementary telephoto, wide angle and extreme close up (macro) lenses to the filter thread on the end of the lens; if you use what's called a reversing ring you can then (within reason) mount pretty much any SLR lens backwards onto the front of yours. The reversing ring screws into the filter threads of each lens and will be quoted in two sizes: these will be whatever the filter thread diameter is on each lens. By mounting a lens backwards, you effectively end up with an extreme macro lens, but it all depends upon which lens you choose. The reverse mounted lens will just be a dumb bit of glass, there will be no focus or aperture control and no communication of any information back to your s7000.
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Posted on Feb 22, 2010
It all depends upon the lens. Not all lenses can accept teleconverters, usually due to projecting rear elements incorporated into the individual lens design. With such lenses, manufacturers will either advise that a particular lens will not be compatible with a teleconverter or for some models may produce a custom matched model usually for that lens alone.
Which exact lens are you trying to fit to your Sigma 1.4x EX APO DG teleconverter?
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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