Steelring Nikon F/GFX: Nikon F Mount For GFX Smart AF Adapter Demoed For The First Time

Steelsring is showing off their Steelring Nikon F/GFX adapter for the first time and the performance looks pretty good. Adapting Nikon lenses has always been difficult, but smart adapter companies have made a lot of progress over the past year or two. I am really looking forward to seeing how this adapter matures and I might have to get one myself so I can borrow some Nikon glass from the Nikonrumors admin in the future.

1) Contrast based AF support to F-mount compatible type G, E and AF-P lenses
2) Auto aperture control for type E lens
3) Manual aperture lever for type G lens, real-time aperture control , nonadjustable from camera body, only the current max aperture is displayed in camera.
4) Full EXIF recording for supported lenses
5) Type D lens is not supported, AF is impossible with this adapter,EXIF is recorded.
6) Lens VR/OIS support
7) Support 35mm format mode of GFX
8) F-mount lenses AF performs better than EF lenses on GFX due to different AF driving mode.

Internal testing now, market available in later August or September.

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