Fujifilm X-T2/GFX Canon Smart Adapters and Nikon Smart Adapters Coming Soon

We are finally living in a golden age for smart adapters on Fujifilm cameras, which will help photographers easily switch from companies like Canon/Nikon with a minimal investment. Tech Art, Steelsring and Frigner are leading the way by developing adapters that are ever so slightly different. Steelsring has a Nikon smart adapter coming soon according to their site, which will be the most compatible Nikon AF adapter yet for Fujifilm cameras, based on their previous work.

The ability to use legacy glass on mirrorless cameras makes them ideal for photographers looking to switch systems, but it also allows photographers to regain access to lenses with a lot of character. I know a few photographers that prefer to shoot with Russian glass over applying filters to get a more classic look, but there is also a lot of Canon/Nikon glass out there worth trying once they are fully compatible with Fujifilm cameras.

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Fujifilm X-T2: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Fujifilm GFX 50S: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

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