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Header image for article At the Bench: New Products from OptiTek

At the Bench: New Products from OptiTek

Recently, I got a chance to spend some time with a few of the newest offerings from OptiTek, including their recently announced Canon EF to Sony FZ adapter.

This adapter features electronic aperture control via a simple push button interface. It can also be controlled wirelessly with the optional Optitron, which allows for wireless focusing in addition to iris control. If you're using the F5 or F55, power can be supplied via the auxiliary Hirose 4 port from the camera, or you can supply power via PTap. For those wanting to use Nikon lenses on their F3, F5 or F55, there is a non-powered locking adaptor available.

Watch my video above to learn more.

Dave Kincaid
Contributor

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