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K&F Adapter: Canon TSE 17 on Fuji X-T2


huck222

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Hi all, does anyone have experience with a K&F adapter and the Canon TSE lens? I understand i cannot set the aperture with the Fuji camera. Now: Some say a canon lens will default to open aperture. While K&F says, it will stop down fully, (which i can't imagine).

Some say, set the aperture on a Canon body, then take the lens off (probably while holding the shut-aperture-button??).

Can anyone tell if and how it works? Thanks! I mean, that TSE 17 mm is a wonderful piece of glass and all 😃

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11 hours ago, huck222 said:

Ciao a tutti, qualcuno ha esperienza con un adattatore K & F e l'obiettivo TSE Canon? Capisco che non posso impostare l'apertura con la fotocamera Fuji. Ora: alcuni dicono che un obiettivo Canon aprirà automaticamente il diaframma. Mentre K & F dice, si fermerà completamente, (cosa che non riesco a immaginare).

Alcuni dicono, imposta l'apertura su un corpo Canon, quindi togli l'obiettivo (probabilmente tenendo premuto il pulsante di apertura-chiusura ??).

Qualcuno può dire se e come funziona? Grazie! Voglio dire, che TSE 17 mm è un meraviglioso pezzo di vetro e tutto 😃

Sure Ts17 is good..... with canon, not with fuji,that is a mirrorless camera

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I use an stelsring adapter with canon tse 17, 24, 50, 90 and 135.

It works faultless but photos taken with 17 or 24 mm are tagged as 17

OTOH beware of the "auto" settings under the FORMAT MODE in the SHOOTING SETTING MENU, and swith it to off as it will otherwise crop the image to a 60mp 3:2 format. I know because it appeared from nowhere in a firmware update and set to auto!

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I use the fringer pro II with my TS-E 17mm on a X-T5, and it’s great, aperture ring et al.  They just released a firmware update that specifically deals with the TS-E lenses and IBIS, and it’s a nice improvement.  

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