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Which RF to EF adapter to get ?
Just purchased Canon EF35mmf1.4 for a ridiculous price (130EUR) it had systained damage from a fall, however, it was easy (and cheap) to repair: one dislocated element that needed to be put back in place, plus broken insertion base for the dislocated elements that was replaced.
Total costs around 45EUR, tried it today it's in perfect optical condition.
However the mount is slightly damaged, it can be mounted however it needs some forcing, mount replacement not available locally and i am travelling back to Qatar in 2 days.
My best and cheapest option is getting a dedicated adapter for the lens and  never unmounting it, it will act as a native RF lens.
I read mixed reviews about adapters, there are dirt cheap third party adapters. AFAIK they are basically extension tubes and so they should be all equivalent.
Is that true ? or better stick to Canon adapters?

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Which RF to EF adapter to get ? - by toni-a - 08-19-2023, 06:02 PM
RE: Which RF to EF adapter to get ? - by wim - 08-20-2023, 10:52 AM
RE: Which RF to EF adapter to get ? - by toni-a - 08-20-2023, 04:51 PM
RE: Which RF to EF adapter to get ? - by wim - 08-21-2023, 01:19 PM

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