New chinese MicroFourThirds adapters


We found new . We don’t know if the quality is OK but the price is certainly low! They cost 8 times less than …but they have a german exceptional quality!

Anyone of you owns one of the chinese adapters?

UPDATE: Here is a test of the Nikon to 4/3 Travis adapter (Thanks David)

  • YeahYeah

    I got one of these for Nikon.
    I’m using it with a 50/1.2, there is no problem and it is way cheaper than Novoflex’s…

  • lohwhww

    Got one from another Chinese seller,for my EP-2.Looks n feels tough but it does not fit tight after fully click into the camera mounting. It wobbles left n right about half mm.Luckyly it doesn’t move when i am turning the focusing ring. Hopefully not all adapters behave this way… cause i still plan to get one M to M43 adapter from them ;-)

  • I bought a Chinese-made adapter for my old Canon FD lenses. It works like a charm on my E-P2. Less than $50.

  • Ian

    I got a Leica M > 4/3 that looks exactly the same, from another seller. It’s a little too thin – early batch? but better than being too thick, of course, which would prevent infinity focus – so I will try and shim it for scale focusing. With the lenses I’ll be using (35 becoming 70, 90 becoming 180), I won’t be relying on scale focusing, but I’d prefer to set the camera to a guessed distance then bring the camera up to my eye to fine-tune the focus. Old rangefinder habits die hard, eh?

    That said, I think it’s well made, especially for the price, and it looks nicer (less fussy) than some of the others. This is about 22 GBP, the Voigtlander is 150GBP and the Panasonic is 250GBP… for what’s basically a hole!

    Great site, by the way.

  • Oomox

    I’ve got one branded “Pixco” K (Pentax) to u4/3. It works perfectly with 50mm f/1.4, looks solid and sexy. Matches the Pentax black-metal lens design. It cost 36,90$ free shipping (eBay).

  • I got a few of these for adapters for c-mount, nikon, m-count and Macro. These guys are really slow to ship to the states. These chinese adapters work alright. Cant guarantee infinity focus on all of them without a little modification, but they are good enough for the price.

    Make sure to do a search coz they guys are just distributors. There are LOTS of these chinese adapters on ebay and most places are cheaper then this particular seller.

  • Also these aren’t new, all these adapters have been around before Voigt and Novo started selling them.

  • I bought 2 of these, one for Leica M, the other for Nikon F. Globally happy regarding the price! But the lense-side lock systems are a bit “rough”, and unfortunately it is possible to focus “further” than infinite (there are a bit too thin like ian says). During action it is not possible to use the mechanical limit of the lenses when you want to “lock to infinite”.

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