Category Archives: Adapters

The Goodman one is an open source 3D printable medium format camera you can make yourself

Dora Goodman ,creator , beautiful handcrafted

Dora Goodman is a creator of beautiful handcrafted and customised analogue film cameras. She’s always had an obsession with handmade objects, and cameras afford her many options to pursue that. She loves to design and build her own cameras from scratch. And for the last two years, Dora’s been working on an Open Source modular camera design that others can […]

Meyer-Optik Gorlitz 200mm f4 made autofocus for Nikon

Isco Gottingen lens autofocus

Selling and searching on eBay I was contacted by Aleksandr Limberg, as he wanted to buy a Tamron autofocus lens from me. We started to negotiate and he told me the needed the helicoid to transform vintage lenses from the 50’s and 60’s to autofocus. I was very surprised an we started talking. He told […]

Excellent Vintage lenses to adapt to DSLR or Mirrorless

In yesteryears many excellent lenses were made for camera’s of all shapes and sizes. And in those years many of those camera brands used even more lens mounts. No with adapters you can fit almost every lens to almst every camera so these lenses can be of use again other than collecting… These are some […]

An easy battery substitute for the PX625 mercury cell in your OM1

PX625 replacement

Back in the Good Old Days, a number of cameras were designed to use the PX13 or PX625 mercury battery. Because the mercury battery’s voltage output was so reliable and constant, SOME (not all) of these cameras were built without any form of voltage reguation in the meter circuits. Now that mercury batteries are no […]

Lens Turbo II lens adapter en speedbooster

Just today i received my long awaited speedbooster by Zhong Yi Optics from China. I was greatly surprised of its quality and am now trying my Tamron SP Adaptall-2 lenses I have, and can also use my Nikon Fisheye on mu GX1 camera’s. The new Nikon G – M43 version will have an integrated aperture control […]