Lens accessory manufacturer Megadap has announced the ETZ11, the first automatic adapter for mounting Sony E mount lenses on both full-frame and APS-C Nikon Z mirrorless camera systems.
The ETZ11 supports a ‘wide variety’ of both first- and third-party Sony E mount lenses. Specifically, Megadap says it’s tested both automatic and manual shooting with Samyang (Rokinon), Sigma, Sony, Tamron, Voigtlander and Zeiss lenses. The adapter supports both AF-S and AF-C autofocus capabilities as well as aperture control and in-body image stabilization (IBIS), even with non-chipped manual lenses.
Below is a demonstration video, provided by Megadap:
The ETZ11 measures 2mm thick and is made of an aluminum alloy and features a built-in Micro USB port for updating firmware in the future. It’s available today on Megadap’s online shop for $249.
Earlier this year Sony announced a set of three compact full-frame E-mount prime lenses: the 24mm F2.8 G, the 40mm F2.5 G, and the 50mm F2.5 G. We’ve been taking a detailed look at their optical performance – click through to read more.
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