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Meike MK-EFTR-C Drop-in Filter Mount Adapter EF to Canon EOS R RP R5 R6 R7 R10 C70 and RED Komodo Cameras with Variable ND Filter

$389.00
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All Filters are cross compatible with 4 adapters(MK-EFTR-C, MK-EFTE-C, MK-EFTZ-C,MK-EFTM-C )and the Canon EF to RF adapter with drop-in filters

8 new filters are available now

MK-EFTR-C Standard Package Includes:a drop-in variable neutral density filter (ND3-ND500) and a  Clear Filter.

  • Compatibility: Enable Canon EF/ EF-S mount lens to fit Canon EOS-R mount mirrorless cameras
  • AF support and Aperture control: Support auto focus function ;the built-in eletronic contact allows you to control the aperture of the lens directly through the camera.
  • EXIF Transmission: the design of gold plated PIN brings excellent signal transmission.
  • Image Stabilization: Built-in stability makes your focus more accurate and clear.
  • Dust and water resistant.
  • Metal construction: The metal body ensures the durabilty and enhance use experience.
  • Weight: 138.9grams(with VND)
  • Size: 2.87 X 0.95 inches
         

Customer Reviews

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Luis A.
If you own any ultratelephoto that needs adapting from EF to R, you need to buy this right now.

This thing can give you a VND for literally any non mirrorless telephoto lens ever made, regardless of whatever giant front element it has. This pays for itself instantly the second you use it with two lenses, since it costs less than 2 77mm filters. What more needs to be said than that?

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Shane Koh

Works flawlessly for a fraction of the Canon adapter’s price. Totally recommend

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Nicolas Rakotopare
Excellent ND system

A must have for any R camera users and needing to do video work. No footage contamination even at the strongest value, love it!

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Patrick Scantlebury
Good service

Highly recommended. Fast and smooth delivery!

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Nic Sik
Resonably good

the adaptor ring worked well with my R5 body but focusing speed is a bit slower then the original one, it’s okay if you use ot for landscape but not for wildlife/birding where the focusing speed is much needed in most cases.