Best reviews of Nikon FT-1 F-Mount Adapter
- Supports dozens of existing F-mount NIKKOR lenses.
- F-mount lenses mounted on the FT1 have a crop factor of 2.7x.
- Enjoy an angle of view equivalent to that of a super telephoto lens when a telephoto lens is used. (Example: When using a 300mm lens, the equivalent angle of view is that of an 800mm lens.)
The FT1 Mount Adapter allows you to use certain legacy F Mount NIKKOR lenses (those designed for use with Nikon D-SLR/SLR cameras) on the Nikon 1 V1. The Mount Adapter is attached to the Nikon 1 V1 and the F Mount NIKKOR lens then attached to the adapter. The FT1 will add an angle of view of 2.7 times that of the F Mount NIKKOR lens’ focal length.FEATURES: To use the FT-1, the Nikon 1 J1/V1 camera’s firmware must be updated to at least version 1.10. F mount lenses mounted on the FT-1 have a crop factor of 2.7×. Enjoy an angle of view equivalent to that of a super telephoto lens when a telephoto lens is used. (Example: When using a 300mm lens, the equivalent angle of view is that of an 800mm lens.) When using the FT-1 and a compatible AF-S NIKKOR F-Mount lens, users can take full advantage of the Nikon 1’s high-speed continuous shooting of 10/30/60 fps. (*When an AF-S lens is used. However, focus is locked with the first shot with continuous shooting.) [P], [S], [A], and [M] exposure modes can be used with CPU lenses. Vibration reduction (VR) functions when VR lenses are used. Enable vibration reduction, or specify a setting, using switches on the lens. NORMAL/ACTIVE modes are supported when lenses equipped with these modes are used. VR functions in NORMAL mode when lenses not equipped with the NORMAL/ACTIVE modes are used. The Smart Photo Selector function cannot be used. Supports 65 existing F-mount NIKKOR lenses AF/AE supported with AF-S lenses only. Autofocusing is possible when AF-S lenses are used. However, focus mode must be set to AF-S (Single AF) and AF-area mode is fixed at Single-point with only the center focus point used. The focus indicator (rangefinder) can be used with CPU lenses. [A] and [M] exposure modes can be used with non-CPU lenses. Aperture is specifie