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12-21-2010, 05:26 PM   #1
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Best adaptor for 67 lenses on EOS bodies?

There are so many out there. I have five Pentax 67 lenses but only interested in mounting my 300 F/4 EDIF on my Canon cameras.
Can anyone recommend a high quality adaptor?


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12-21-2010, 06:24 PM   #2
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I would suspect that you would have to order the 67-to K mount adapter and use an additional K mount to EF mount adapter, or you could remove the k mount from the 67 adapter and attach an EF mount to it. Novoflex might have a stock adapter for this kind of thing.
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Conact Leping, see:
https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/pentax-medium-format-645-6x7-645d/126085-...pressions.html
I know he has used 67 lenses on a Canon and I suspect he would be aware of the best adaptor to use.
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Thomas than you for the information.
I'll contact him and hope for the best.

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12-24-2010, 01:14 AM   #5
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QuoteOriginally posted by Sig M9 Quote
There are so many out there. I have five Pentax 67 lenses but only interested in mounting my 300 F/4 EDIF on my Canon cameras.
Can anyone recommend a high quality adaptor?
I have 67/K, 645/K, 67/645 adapters from film era. And I have Canon for two years. It's was better for me to buy additional adapter from Pentax K to Canon.
May be it's not ideal decision for you, and it will be more simple to buy direct adapter from Pentax 67 to Canon.
Yuo can find a lot of them on ebay.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Thomas Quote
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Conact Leping, see:
https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/pentax-medium-format-645-6x7-645d/126085-...pressions.html
I know he has used 67 lenses on a Canon and I suspect he would be aware of the best adaptor to use.
I never did a thorough research, and my pick can be biased -- I knew and met the maker in Beijing China a few years ago. This is not the lowest priced as well, but it is apparently well manufactured with hardened magnesium alloy and anodized with black, and the seller is honest and care about quality who wants to stand out from the crowd. I had his 67 to Nikon and Canon adapter only, not 645. Also I can't really testify the durability issue since I have yet to abuse them, but mostly worried about how parallel the optics and the body would align up. My experience with their 67 adapters are good in this aspect, but I don't know how the others compare.

Pentax 645 645n lens adapter CANON EOS-1D 5D 60D 7D T2i - eBay (item 150538035497 end time Jan-21-11 23:39:59 PST)
12-26-2010, 12:18 PM   #7
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Maybe the best but not exactly the cheapest option is: original 6x7 to 645 adapter+ Mirex P645 to Canon EOS

http://i.pbase.com/o6/50/276250/1/131405204.2nfOp3E7.PC267959r.jpg

http://i.pbase.com/o6/50/276250/1/131405209.EDnxzk8C.PC267966r.jpg

Scheimpflug, anti-Scheimpflug, PC and perfect stitching with all your 67 lenses.

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12-26-2010, 01:31 PM   #8
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ramón Quote
Maybe the best but not exactly the cheapest option is: original 6x7 to 645 adapter+ Mirex P645 to Canon EOS

http://i.pbase.com/o6/50/276250/1/131405204.2nfOp3E7.PC267959r.jpg

http://i.pbase.com/o6/50/276250/1/131405209.EDnxzk8C.PC267966r.jpg

Scheimpflug, anti-Scheimpflug, PC and perfect stitching with all your 67 lenses.

Ramón
The links did not work. Could you provide more information about the tilt adapter? Thanks!

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The links did not work. Could you provide more information about the tilt adapter? Thanks!

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12-26-2010, 04:46 PM   #10
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Thank you very much! I hope someday some one makes a 67 to 645 shift-tilt adapter!
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Thank you very much! I hope someday some one makes a 67 to 645 shift-tilt adapter!
You're welcome. I'm also interested in this kind of adapter. There exist the Zörk (Zoerk) Pro Shift Adapter, ProSA-P67, for Pentax 645 camera-P67 lenses but only with shift (20mm) and no tilt. I think it is no longer being made and the last price I see was 900 US$.

Zörk Pro Shift adapter


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I ordered mine thru ebay out of china three years ago and love it.
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