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Adapter L39 M39 to Sony E mount (NEX)

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3D model description

I share my design to adapt L39 and m39 lenses (Leica, FED, Zorki, Kiev...) to Sony cameras without E-mount mirror (NEX) as a7 a7ii a7iii a7R a7S a5000 a6000 a6400 NEX5...

The design has been perfectly adapted and tested with an Industar 69 lens, checking that it focuses correctly from 0.8m to infinity. This lens does vignetting by its own construction (no adapter problem) so it is recommended to use it in APSC mode to avoid dark corners.

In this ad you can see some test images taken with a Sony A7II in APSC mode.

It has been designed based on the width of the thread but without it, so that the lens is coupled by applying a little pressure and will remain fixed until you want to remove it.

If you print it out and use it on your Sony camera I'd love to see it in the comments.

If you need to adapt a lens visit my profile or write to me!

3D printing settings

For printing I used 20% black PLA filling with 0.4mm nozzle. You can print this design as accurately as your printer has.

  • 3D file format: STL



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