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I have used adapters for both Pentax M42 and Nikon lenses on my Canon EOS 5D Mk III. Some lenses will have mirror interference at infinity or long focus distances, where the rear element moves closer to the image sensor. This is common with all Full Frame cameras, but not a problem with APS-C Crop cameras due to the smaller mirror. Using LiveView will ...


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The threads on the Canon PowerShot SX50 HS are non-standard and designed to only take the Canon Filter Adapter FA-DC67A, which attaches to the threads on the SX50 HS and then provides standard 67mm threads for whatever 67mm filter one wishes to use. There are also third party versions of the FA-DC67A that do the same thing: allow 67mm filters to be attached ...


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As far as official support, page 35 of the SX50 HS manual states that 67mm filters will work with the camera in conjunction with the FA-DC67A filter adapter. I would assume this adapter only works with 67mm filters. It appears that 3rd party equivalents of this adapter that state 67mm also only work with 67mm filters. The 3rd party adapters that allow 58mm ...


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The TC compatibility is not about the camera body, but is mostly about the camera lens. The danger is that the rear glass element of the lens could project out to touch and be damaged by the front element of the teleconverter when connected together. FWIW, here is Nikons list of compatibility with their lenses. Auto focus compatibility could be about the ...


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