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Yongnuo Flash and Mount Adapter


Rainman

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Hi,

I am an enthusiast, not a photographer. I usually shoot for my family, vacations and occasional 'everything'.

I used a Canon setup for last 5 years and recently I sold my dslr. Now I'm planning to enter the Fuji kingdom but few things are holding me up.

I already possess a couple of EF & EF-S lenses and a Yongnuo YN 568 EX II (e-ttl for Canon). I'm a thrifty buyer and looking for ways if I could fit these in fuji ecosystem rather than investing heavily again.

1. What mount adapter (if there's any) I can use for these EF/S lenses to work smoothly (auto focus and auto aperture control etc) with Fuji camera other than expensive options like Fringer?

2. Can I use my existing Yongnuo 568 EX II flash on the hotshoe of a Fuji body?

This would help me greatly to solidify my decision about jumping ship for the mind-blowing X-T200 (for my requirement & budget at least). Otherwise I'll just have to buy a Canon M50.  

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