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|Battery Capacity||1400mAh||2600 mAh|
|Charge/Remote/Update port||Micro USB||Micro USB (charge only）|
|Based on a fully charged Li-ion battery, a Canon EF 24-70mm/ 2.8L II USM and CIPA testing standards.|
|Humidity||65_20% (without condensation)|
|Construction Accessories||1/4” jack||Claw clip|
|Lens Compatible||For Canon EF AF lenses|
|Camera Compatible||MFT(Micro 4/3 )-mount camera|
|For Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM||For Canon EF 40mm f/2.8 STM|
|For Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM||For Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L II USM|
|For Distagon T* 35mm f/1.4||For Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II|
Questions & Answers
A Hi , Only available in our Chinese warehouse .
A It is a list of Canon lenses tested by Apurture that are verified to work. Unfortunately at this time they are not listing any 3rd party lenses. However, another Tomtop customer claims his Tamron 17-55mm 2.8 works well. So in my opinion, (since tomtop product team has not tested this combination) I think the chance is good that the Sigma 18-35mm will work as desired
A Sorry, It's not this model is for MFT cameras to be able to use Canon lenses. Thanks .
A Cine lenses by their nature are all manual. The DEC controller is all electronic and only works with lenses that electronic contacts and built in focus motor. To remotely control the focus and iris of a cine lens like the Rokinon, you need an external motor lens control system.
No that is the new version that was just recently released. Sounds sweet though!
By Tomas H. on March 23, 2018
This happens with my 24mm canon EF-S lens. However I’ve never noticed any damage to the build or quality of the adapter or lens and I’ve been using them since December of 2016.
By Neil on February 16, 2018
I use a Sigma 18-35mm art lens and it works perfectly. Of all my lenses, the only one that doesn't work is the Canon 18-135mm STM.
By Tori on February 15, 2018
No.It doesn't compatible.Sony a7sII is E-mount type. This model of DEC just attach Canon EF-mount lenses to MFT mount cameras.I think if you want use aputure Lens Adapter,you can choose another links.Click our store to find the DEC for e-mount.Thanks.Hope it helps.
By Pippy on January 6, 2018
I have a gh4 and I can't get it to work can you please help me it's not working at all
By Oneil R. on December 26, 2017
Hello Sorry not sure on that Thank you
By Ismail on December 6, 2017
I don't have the G85 but it should work on all micro four thirds cameras.
By Tomas H. on November 22, 2017
Not sure. The adapter part sticks out about 1 cm below the gh4 bottom (without a battery grip) and the controller that sticks off the adapter could get in the way depending on how far out the cage extends past the lens mount. The controller does not extend past the camera-to-adapter mount, so you can base it off of that.
By Reggie on October 30, 2017
Hello You should be able to reuse them again Thank you
By Brotacio on October 27, 2017
Not sure if this exactly answers our question but i use this just fine with my dji ronin m and i can’t imagine it getting in the way any other gimbal. It’s acts as a any regular lens adapter does and the focus puller is wireless so I switch out one of my handles with it if I don’t have an assist.
By Alicia Marie on October 23, 2017
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By R. Scott
August 27, 2017
November 6, 2016
This is the prefect lightweight and budget-friendly option for pulling focus on smaller gimbal and stabilizer rigs. PROS: -Ultra smooth focus motion -Lightweight -Fast setup -Does EXACTLY what it it supposed to do! -Decent battery life CONS: -NOT a smart adapter (you cannot adjust aperture from camera controls, even if off) -form factor can be tricky with different mounting plates (the kit DOES come with a height offset piece, but it isn't too sturdy and even less so as the lens gets heavier)
November 1, 2016
October 31, 2016
Works great with my A7S the only thing id have to say I don't like ALOT is that due to the adaptor size you can mount it directly to a tripod without using their adaptor to compensate for the space.But over all a great follow focus and adaptor at the same time for the price of an adaptor alone.Would Definately recommend to others.
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