Author Topic: Nikon-N 50mm f1.1 internal/external mount: which one is easier to adapt?  (Read 317 times)

wolan

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Hi,
the Nikon-N 50mm f1.1 come in two flavours: internal/external mount.

Which one is easier to adapt on a modern Nikon Z? Is is possible to adapt it on a Leica M as well in your opinion?

By the way, I have successfully adapted the rangefinder lens Nikon 35mm f1.8 with a very cheap adapter. This one has an external mount, correct?

Thank you

richardHaw

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the external mount is the easiest and safest one to adapt. just get an adapter thats just made for external mount without the internal coupler :o :o :o

Birna Rørslett

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You save yourself of a lot of trouble by using the 5cm lens with external bayonet.

Cheap Nikon(RF) - Z adapters are readily available.