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Kipon develops electronic adapters for Canon lenses on mirrorless bodies

By dpreview staff on Jul 24, 2012 at 13:47 GMT

Chinese accessory manufacturer Kipon says it has developed mount adapters to use Canon EOS lenses on Micro Four Thirds and Sony NEX bodies with full electronic control of the aperture setting. There's no word on whether other functions such as image stabilization or autofocus have any chance of working, and as yet Kipon is only showing unfinished-looking examples on its website. There's also no information on availabililty or pricing, but we'd expect it to be very competitive.

Click here to see more details on Kipon's website

Comments

Total comments: 79
RDMPhotos
By RDMPhotos (Sep 5, 2012)

Interestingly tho , Birger Engineering announced such an adapter way back in January 2011. And then announced it release later that year at a price point of 700 dollars. http://www.43rumors.com/?s=birger
Now however their website no longer has that adapter for sale, or at least I cant find it.
I would not be surprised if they found it more profitable to just sell the technology

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dpLarry
By dpLarry (Jul 25, 2012)

Looks like about there are two models for EOS-NEX, US$160 and US$90.

And a whole bunch of other adaptors.

On Japan's Amazon website :
http://www.amazon.co.jp/KIPON-EOS-NEX-A-KIPON製キャノンEFマウントレンズ-ソニーNex-Eマウントアダプター-絞り操作対応可能/dp/B004XC40KM/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1343239970&sr=1-1

http://www.amazon.co.jp/KIPON-EOS-NEX-KIPON製キャノンEFマウント-ソニーNex-Eマウントアダプター/dp/B004XC32CO/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1343239970&sr=1-3

Other stuff :

http://www.amazon.co.jp/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?__mk_ja_JP=%83J%83%5E%83J%83i&url=search-alias%3Delectronics&field-keywords=kipon&x=0&y=0

http://www.amazon.co.jp/KIPON-EOS-NEX-KIPON製キャノンEFマウント-ソニーNex-Eマウントアダプター/dp/B004XC32CO/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1343239970&sr=1-3

http://www.amazon.co.jp/KIPON-FD-NEX-KIPON製キャノンFDマウントレンズ-ソニーNEX-Eマウントアダプター/dp/B004XBCQMM

Tilt shift :

http://www.amazon.co.jp/KIPON-Tilt-FD-NEX-KIPON製-ティルト撮影用キャノンFDマウントレンズ-ソニーNex-Eマウントアダプター/dp/B0053CCVXY/ref=sr_1_4?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1343239970&sr=1-4

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BeanyPic
By BeanyPic (Jul 25, 2012)

It must be April Fool's 2013 already hahahahahahaha!!!!!!

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Rooru S
By Rooru S (Jul 25, 2012)

Please wake me up when the adapter is finished and provides everything or more of what the Metabones does already.

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William Koehler
By William Koehler (Jul 25, 2012)

The Metabones adapter is only for Sony NEX cameras.

Kipon is announcing they have an adapter for both NEX and u4/3rds cameras. Much larger market.

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cangi
By cangi (Jul 25, 2012)

in april i purchased a sony nex-7 along with a tamron 18-200mm in E mount and sony's 50mm f1.8. they both autofocus and have IS. there are not a lot of native E mount lens yet so i also purchased a metabones canonEF-sonyE mount adapter to use my assortment of canon and tamron lenses in EF mount with. it is very well built with smooth mounts that are not loose and operate as they should. there are no exposed wires as in this kipon adapter. it works very well and the contacts allow the body to set the lens apeture. the button on the side of the adapter works like a DOF in reverse as it open the lens. it does not support autofocus, but since i shoot mostly landscapes on a tripod and the nex-7 has focus peaking this is not a big problem. works for me!

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Kinematic Digit
By Kinematic Digit (Jul 25, 2012)

Funny how everything suddenly finds it fashionable to jump onto the NEX band wagon because Canon EOS-M just got announced.

Funny how when these guys announced their EOS/NEX adapter nobody cared:
http://www.metabones.com/sony

Haters will be haters....

I have several Kipon adapters and they do make some nice things, but much of it is gimmick.

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Richard Butler
By Richard Butler (Jul 25, 2012)

You say nobody cared, but we announced it on the front page of the site:

http://www.dpreview.com/news/2012/01/17/Metabones_Conurus

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Kinematic Digit
By Kinematic Digit (Jul 25, 2012)

True enough, but more about the hate fest on something that hasn't even been released to market that this seems to be generating.

Conurus makes a solid product, and sensible users (people who actually buy the product) don't seem to care if it is Sony, Canon, or Micro Four Thirds.

Seems the hackles are up and people are judging over first a beta product that isn't complete, and second over a camera that has only been in select few's hands.

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William Koehler
By William Koehler (Jul 25, 2012)

You say nobody cared about the Metabones adapter.
I regularly read that they are sold out and awaiting their next shipment.

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deeohuu
By deeohuu (Jul 25, 2012)

The web site says "through the dial ring or button to control the iris of original Canon EF lens". That alone suggests it may not be as auto-aperture as many have jumped to believe. There is nothing like a whisper of a hint that it supports more functionality. I'm afraid anyone hoping for auto-focus is in for a big letdown. Why dpreview would even bring it up seems odd.

On the other hand, if it has auto aperture and focus I'll be looking at the Nex line again.

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ivan1973
By ivan1973 (Jul 25, 2012)

The pins are not molded. The PCB looks fragile and could possible break off.

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William Koehler
By William Koehler (Jul 25, 2012)

Given they are not announcing a date for delivery, much less pricing, it is very possible what you are looking at is an engineering prototype vs. final product.

I really can't believe exposed wires like we see here are going to be in final shipping units.

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Ruy Penalva
By Ruy Penalva (Jul 25, 2012)

kYpon

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Tom Caldwell
By Tom Caldwell (Jul 24, 2012)

I have been holding off for something like this. Holding off buying more Canon EOS dslr bodies that is. The Olympus E-M5 looks a whole lot more attractive now seeing that I have an attic full of EOS lenses and have been waiting for Canon's EF-mount-EVIL-type camera for some time to find that they have been dancing with the fairies at the bottom of my garden dreaming up a new mount system and an adapter on what really is a consumer level body.

Surely there must be directional troubles at Canon HQ - I am sure they could make a professional EVIL-type body for the "naked" EF mount by just putting one of their protoypes (they must have them) into production. But they must be "somewhat scared" that by putting such a camera out to market they would be shooting their dslr lines squarely in the foot.

So we have a "test camera" to see if their loyal customer base will willingly move over to a new range of lenses and lens mounts.

Hmmm...? Volunteers line up.

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wlachan
By wlachan (Jul 24, 2012)

Let's hope it won't fire your camera, or lens.

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Absolutic
By Absolutic (Jul 24, 2012)

I am very interested

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forpetessake
By forpetessake (Jul 24, 2012)

If that is true, and this adapter supports EF functionality well, it just made Canon EF-M system irrelevant. Who needs an overpriced P&S Canon body when much better choices like m4/3 and NEX are available.

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chriscotec
By chriscotec (Jul 24, 2012)

I am not overly excited about the EF-M but remember, this adapter only controls the aperture. There is still the issue of autofocus. The EF-M would still be the smallest body to completely control EF lenses. If it were better spec'd it would be a very useful camera. The lens range is the best there is.

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Pavel Sokolov
By Pavel Sokolov (Jul 24, 2012)

Who need EF lenses where m4/3 have really good ones? panas 20 1.7, panas 25 1.4, oly 45 1.8, oly 12 2.0 oly 75 1.8

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Tom Caldwell
By Tom Caldwell (Jul 24, 2012)

Canon cunningly locked off their EF lens focus capability inside their electronics. They also locked out the focus confirm light on everything but their oem lenses - but the Russian invented "Dandelion" fixed that quite a while ago. Now those with a good stock of EOS glass have an alternative use for it - forget the auto-focus (except the focus by wire lenses). Now Mr Kipon - make an EOS-LM adapter and I am all yours.

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Salib
By Salib (Jul 24, 2012)

why always Canon????

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cactusgeorge
By cactusgeorge (Jul 24, 2012)

Short answer:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canon_EF_lens_mount#List_of_EF_lenses

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mateo goodman
By mateo goodman (Jul 24, 2012)

Please elaborate? I would like this for Nikon mount also but reading that wiki page I don't know the reason why not :(

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BJL
By BJL (Jul 24, 2012)

Many Nikon lenses have aperture rings; no Canon EF lenses do. So there is far more need for an adaptor like this (which only provides aperture control) for Canon lenses than for Nikon lenses.

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joejack951
By joejack951 (Jul 24, 2012)

Almost all Nikon F-mount lenses have mechanically controlled apertures. Aside from the latest "G" series lenses, they also have external aperture control rings that allow easy aperture adjustment. "G" series lenses can be controlled by a fairly simple mechanical adapter which I believe exists in several forms.

The only electronic aperture Nikon F-mount lenses are the latest tilt/shift lenses which are likely very low on the priority list to adapt to mirrorless cameras.

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Chaitanya S
By Chaitanya S (Jul 24, 2012)

I don't mind those cables as long as they don't come in the way of lens and sensor. this great news for many macro shooter as they can use their canon macro lenses to achieve higher magnification ratios with their canon macro lenses.

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Promit
By Promit (Jul 24, 2012)

You should. They're at risk of damage when exposed like that. I hope that these aren't the final product, although it seems odd to take press photos of a product with its internal wires showing.

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Brian Slater
By Brian Slater (Jul 24, 2012)

It's odd unless you want urgently to make a splash the day after the official release of a competitive product.

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edu T
By edu T (Jul 24, 2012)

Never mind those cables, they're bound to be replaced by flat cables inside the barrel of the production model. Those Kipon photos are clearly an early "proof of concept" prototype, wtih hand-wired connections and all.

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Alleg1
By Alleg1 (Jul 24, 2012)

The photos on the Kipon website appear to be cut away views to show off the the electronic features .

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qwertyasdf
By qwertyasdf (Jul 24, 2012)

Actually why can't af also be included?
Aparently there are many reverse engineering experts out there (tamron sigma tokina)
Especially we are using CDAF here.

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joejack951
By joejack951 (Jul 24, 2012)

It's one thing to make a lens that works with a camera's AF system. But it's another to make a lens adapter that will allow a lens designed to AF on a specific brand of camera to also AF on a different brand of camera using that camera's existing AF programming.

It's quite probable that it's impossible to do.

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tkbslc
By tkbslc (Jul 24, 2012)

You know what else works really good for using EF lenses? A used XSi or 30D. Either can be had for about $300 on the used market, which is what these Auto adapters generally go for.

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micahmedia
By micahmedia (Jul 24, 2012)

Yeah, but it depends what you're looking for. If you're looking to do video, there are much more useful tools than an XSi or 30d (which have no video mode atall).

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Joe Ogiba
By Joe Ogiba (Jul 24, 2012)

Try shooting 1080p60 with any Canon DSLR.

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Edmond Leung
By Edmond Leung (Jul 24, 2012)

This just reflects how poor is the development of the lenses for M43. The reality is lens selection for M43 is very limited, especially the high-end tele lenses.
It's a shame to those camera manufacturers who just know assembling cameras but without satisfying the needs of their customers in the demand of lenses.
That is the reason why do Canon and Nikon can be so successful in acquiring the majority of the camera market. Because they care their customers' needs; they are not just camera makers, they also produce a complete line of lenses for their customers.
Who will buy a camera without the support of lenses? A fool may!

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dukeblue91
By dukeblue91 (Jul 24, 2012)

What on earth are you talking about.
m4/3 has the best lens lineup from any of the mirror less camera companies out there.
Panasonic just added 2 new zooms with a constant 2.8 aperture and a couple of other lower cost ones.
Just because some company makes an adapter for use of EF lenses on m4/3 does not mean that there aren't any lenses or missing in their lineup.

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Edmond Leung
By Edmond Leung (Jul 24, 2012)

Then enjoy your M43!

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micahmedia
By micahmedia (Jul 24, 2012)

Who will buy a camera without the support of lenses? Someone who doesn't need the lenses you find lacking. For my uses, I find the selection of excellent primes very appealing. I'm already in Nikon land, but I just picked up a GX1 recently, and I see myself wanting some primes. All the ones I want exist.

If you want high end tele, you're talking large, and there are plenty of excellent Oly long lenses to purchase and adapt with full support of full functionality.

Really, your original comment is unnecessarily whiny and I'm sorry I even responded.

8 upvotes
Edmond Leung
By Edmond Leung (Jul 24, 2012)

I respect your own opinion. My opinion is just like yours... a small sand in the big ocean of the camera market.

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GregGory
By GregGory (Jul 24, 2012)

Wondering, have you tried stand-up?

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dbateman
By dbateman (Jul 24, 2012)

I think he has mixed up NEX system for M43. Or he is thinking of the 3 lenses that the Fuji system has. If not. Then he really should get out more. M43 really has every lens you would need, unless you want a tilt shift lens around 24mm in 135. That one is missing, but thats it.

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Higuel
By Higuel (Jul 24, 2012)

Canon what?!? Edmund Leong.
For sure u have not seen what they did lately!!! (AND, I AM A CANON USER from the start!!!)
Long lenses??? maybe Olympus have the only "300mm" f2 in production!!! maybe they have the only ever"600mm" equivalente opening at f2.8!!! And theyr quality? JUST TALK WITH ANYONE WHO USED THEM!!!!! EVEN NIKON FANATICS PRAIZE THEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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itsastickup
By itsastickup (Jul 24, 2012)

I really don't know what you guys are talking about. The OP is essentially correct. There is not much choice of large aperture lenses. Sure, if you are happy with consumer aperture 3.5-5.6 lenses, but for pros a big aperture is a must. The latest from Panasonic is welcome but there is a lot of catching up to do.

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flipmac
By flipmac (Jul 25, 2012)

Edmond Leung & itsastickup:
Canon and Nikon are great in producing lenses... good if you have an FF body.

Want a fast (f/1.4) normal for your Rebel? Pay $1500 for the 35/1.4 or go to Sigma. But m4/3 has a 25/1.4 and 25/0.95. The slower Canon 28/1.8 is cheaper, but not as cheap or small as the Panasonic 20/1.7.

How about WA lenses for your Rebel? Only choice is the 10-22mm unless you go third party. But m4/3 has 12/1.6, 12/2, 14/2.8, 7-18/4, and 9-18mm.

Need a fast (at least f/1.8) short tele to do portraits with your Rebel? Get a crappy 50/1.8 or spend more for a 50/1.4. But m4/3 has a sharp 45/1.8.

Nikon is better but still makes only 4 f/2.8 or faster DX lenses; Canon only make 2 EF-S f/2.8 lenses and none faster than f/2.8. Even Sony makes more NEX lenses that are f/2.8 or faster than Canon does for EF-S.

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Professor999
By Professor999 (Jul 27, 2012)

The m4/3 system was announced on August 5, 2008.
Canon released their first DSLR in May 17th 2000
The EF lens mount was released in 1987 and the EF-S mount in 2003
Nikon's first generation of digital SLRs started with the D1 of 1999.
So we can probably understand why Canon and Nikon have more lenses as they've been producing them longer.
See you back here in, say, ten years and if the system's still around we can see how many lenses they've produced.

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vicentemaia
By vicentemaia (Jul 24, 2012)

At every CANON's release I see hundreds of posts that seems to me like the doomsday for CANON. But it remains at the top and its products are generally a huge sales success. Funny that I don't see this in others manufacturers' forums.

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seta666
By seta666 (Jul 24, 2012)

There is already an adapter available, Metabones EF to NEX but 400$ though
http://www.metabones.com/sony/buy-eos-nex-adapter?virtuemart_product_id=4&virtuemart_category_id=13

Comment edited 17 seconds after posting
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Richt2000
By Richt2000 (Jul 24, 2012)

I have one and it is worth the money - excellent quaily

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tosvus
By tosvus (Jul 24, 2012)

If the Metabones adapter supported AF, I would buy one in a heartbeat. I am ok with MF sometimes, but it is nice to have the AF capability too...

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Richard Butler
By Richard Butler (Jul 25, 2012)

Yes - we covered it in January:

http://www.dpreview.com/news/2012/01/17/Metabones_Conurus

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Nishi Drew
By Nishi Drew (Jul 24, 2012)

Seeing how the images appear to be of unfinished versions, were these put up in rush as Kipon now fears these won't sell as there's now an EOS-M ?

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Plastek
By Plastek (Jul 24, 2012)

They rather hope to triple their sales after seeing a miserable fail Canon made, not even saying about grossly overpriced adapter eosM got.
Seems like people at Sony and m4/3 are equally as happy and will try to bite a cake as well (just wait few days and most likely we'll see some rebates for m4/3 or NEXes - aimed to lure the undecided, if there are any left)

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Richt2000
By Richt2000 (Jul 24, 2012)

Plus the fact that with a Sony NEX, adapter and peaking, I can focus manually quicker than the EOS M's very slow autofocus!

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EnsitMike
By EnsitMike (Jul 24, 2012)

@Plastek

You've got to be kidding me.... $200 for a full-functioned electronic lens adapter. Canon's is cheaper than some that don't even have built in AF, Aperture, or IS compatibility.

I pre-ordered mine without even pausing because of price.

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Sergey Borachev
By Sergey Borachev (Jul 24, 2012)

This is the EOS-M killer!!

This is exactly what is needed by all those Canon owners who have been waiting for a Canon mirrorless camera and who are now giving up on Canon releasing anything worthwhile any time soon.

This Kipon adapter will allow all Canon EOS lenses to be mounted and therefore also stabilised on the Olympus E-M5, since a builtin IBIS should work with any lens.

Who is still going to buy the Canon EOS-M at $1000 apparently for the camera plus the Canon adapter now? How can such a basic camera sell? It was released apparently to target Canon owners who have Canon lenses, since no new buyers will buy such a camera, but this adapter is going to make it very hard to sell even to Canon owners.

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vroger1
By vroger1 (Jul 24, 2012)

Sergey: I can't disagree with you. I have a number of Pana. micro 4/3 and use all manner of lenses on them, mainly "M" mounts. I stopped using EOS with the 40 D and was hoping for a large sensor Canon that wd make sense. It appears that the EOS-M won't even be able to take an access. v/f- I don't understand these manufacturers. They wil take a loss on this one.

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Alpha Phil
By Alpha Phil (Jul 24, 2012)

Darn right!

A. This just rendered the M fiasco useless

B. C'mon Canon, a $$$ adapter for your own products (with sllow phase AF) for your own product. Jeez!

c. Did they get that Pentax K-01 designer to do this one, or his cousin?

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Sergey Borachev
By Sergey Borachev (Jul 24, 2012)

The only hope for such a basic but expensive camera (this EOS-M) is that some Canon owners might buy it to try to use with their lenses. Now, with this Kipon adapter, they can do the same on a NEX7 or E-M5, and have EVF plus many other advanced features. In the case of the Olympus E-M5, the price difference between it and the Canon EOS-M is easily justified by the EVF alone, but there are also the weather proofing, the super fast AF, the IBIS, and the significant number of M43 lenses.

For those who have to have APS-C sensors, even though the E-M5's IQ has been found to be very close to the best of APS-C DSLRs, there is the NEX-7 to use to mount Canon lenses on and get more advanced features.

So, yes, this adapter is going to kill the EOS-M. This is not sensationalism. The EOS-M is dead!

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Peter 13
By Peter 13 (Jul 24, 2012)

"Who is still going to buy the Canon EOS-M at $1000 apparently for the camera plus the Canon adapter now?"

Anyone who understand the benefit of larger sensors especially when using lenses designed for even larger (FF) ones.

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Sergey Borachev
By Sergey Borachev (Jul 24, 2012)

"Anyone who understand the benefit of larger sensors especially when using lenses designed for even larger (FF) ones" can instead buy a NEX, like the NEX-7, and enjoy the use of a great EVF, or its other nice features, like focus peaking, etc. and, most likely, better IQ than the EOS-M.

There is no reason to buy the EOS-M. None, Zilch, Nada, Rien, ... if this Kipon adapter works.

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Scales USA
By Scales USA (Jul 24, 2012)

What it does is adjust the iris. You still have manual focus. You can already get a old FD lens with iris ring and manual focus to mount on your NEX body. That has not killed Canon, why would this hurt them? Their big profit is in the lenses.

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rrccad
By rrccad (Jul 24, 2012)

no offense .. but the of Olympus wasn't 4/3's and a 2x cropping factor you may have a point .. but you really dont.

heck, the reason I don't have a OM body right now is because I think it's a travesty that a wonderful 21/3.5 zuiko basically becomes a normal lens with it.

secondly .. no AF most likely.

thirdly .. who's paying 1000 for a EOS-M?

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Preternatural Stuff
By Preternatural Stuff (Jul 30, 2012)

"if this Kipon adapter works"

Who thinks it is going to provide full AF/AE performance with Canon's EF lenses? U gotta kidding me!

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qwertyasdf
By qwertyasdf (Jul 24, 2012)

My bet is that this adapter will cost half as much as the EOS-M.

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AbrasiveReducer
By AbrasiveReducer (Jul 24, 2012)

Nope.

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Asedefecio
By Asedefecio (Jul 24, 2012)

Ultra-telephoto + Micro 4/3

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bluevellet
By bluevellet (Jul 24, 2012)

lol

So now they only reason to buy an EOS-M over NEX or M43 is brand loyalty.

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mgrum
By mgrum (Jul 24, 2012)

Unless of course you want your lenses to autofocus, or use one of the several Canon lenses that only focus by wire.

Comment edited 54 seconds after posting
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Kinematic Digit
By Kinematic Digit (Jul 24, 2012)

well for NEX it would be brand loyalty, M43 would be size of sensor.

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MichaelEchos
By MichaelEchos (Jul 24, 2012)

No, I'm seeing that NEX, though not really good, is still better than Canon EOS-M. Canon has just started its first step. The immature line just can't compete with the NEX. The NEX is more complete than EOS-M, though not really good. Control wise, I don't see this camera being better than the NEX.

Another great advantage of the NEX is the sensor. It's seriously just for brand loyalty.

And for those talking bout' wanting Canon lenses to autofocus, I don't see a real reason for an adapter for the lenses. The Canon lenses aren't miracle lenses and Oly, Sony and Pany lenses aren't shitty.

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Professor999
By Professor999 (Jul 24, 2012)

The article is unsure about AF so we'll have to wait and see.
In the meantime some people may hold off buying the Eos-M until they know for sure.

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photo nuts
By photo nuts (Jul 24, 2012)

Awesome... if it works. I'll gladly dump my Canon camera bodies in exchange for the OM-D or NEX. :)

2 upvotes
ProfHankD
By ProfHankD (Jul 24, 2012)

Cool... well, except the photos showing all the brightly-colored wires loose in the adapters are hopefully not what the product will really look like. ;)

1 upvote
Professor999
By Professor999 (Jul 24, 2012)

Wow.
The day after Canon announces the EOS-M with adapter for EOS lenses Kipon announce an adapter for mft and NEX camers for Canon EOS lenses.
Game on!

4 upvotes
tkbslc
By tkbslc (Jul 24, 2012)

Yay, 2x crop factor and manual (or crummy auto) focus on expensive big AF lenses! Talk about a dream come true!

3 upvotes
RetroBlader
By RetroBlader (Jul 25, 2012)

Well, the EOS-M AF is not winning any races either.

The OM-D sensor has better DR and cleaner ISO3200 than my 7D.

Finally, let's not forget IBIS and EVF.

1 upvote
Taikonaut
By Taikonaut (Jul 24, 2012)

Yippee

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