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#1 Scott Bullock

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Posted 18 September 2010 - 11:56 PM

As an FYI for those who may be wondering, Cinevate's Nikon (lens) to Canon DSLR adapter is a wonderful tool, and at a much lower price than others I've seen out there. I'm not affiliated with Cinevate in any way, I'm just passing this info along for those whom might be curious (as I was) about using older Nikkor glass on a 5D/7D/T2i body. I've been testing it for the last couple of days, trying to determine if it would loosen up on me, and it didn't, and the Nikon/Canon combo works wonderfully and the adapter itself is a breeze to use. I'll keep everyone updated if anything goes awry in the future, but at the moment, I'm a very happy camper. :)
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