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Adapter for Leica L39 M39 lenses to Nikon Z cameras

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I share with you my design to adapt L39 and m39 (Leica, FED, Zorki, Kiev...) mount lenses to Z-mount Nikon non-mirror cameras (Z50 Z6 Z7)

It has been custom designed incorporating the M39 L39 thread, so the lens fits perfectly if the print quality has been correct. I recommend a layer height of 0.1mm or less for the thread to work perfectly.

The height of the adapter allows you to focus your L39 M39 lens from its minimum focus distance to infinity. This allows you to use your vintage lens manually on your current Nikon Z as usual.

If you need to adapt another lens to Nikon Z consult me without obligation!

3D printing settings

For the printing I used black PLA with 20% filler with a layer height of 0.1mm or less. You can print this design as accurately as your printer has it.

  • 3D file format: STL
  • 3D model size: X 66 × Y 66.6 × Z 18.2 mm
  • Last update: 2020/09/18 at 11:18
  • Publication date: 2020/05/27 at 13:23

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