Commlite Nikon F to Sony E Autofocus Adapter Delayed


Delivery of the first orders of Commlite Nikon F to Sony E-mount AF Autofocus Electronic Lens Adapters has been delayed until mid-January 2016 in order to install a factory firmware update. Since the adapters do not appear to be user-updatable the delay might be a good thing to get the firmware right from the start. I have one on order and will post tests as soon as it arrives.

Here’s the message from the seller:

“Sorry to keep you waiting for the adapter. We have just received the updated news from factory that they will have to postpone the first delivery to mid Jan due to the upgrade of the firmware on the adapter. This is to raise the compatibility and functionality of the adapter. I understand that it has been a long wait and a bit frustration but we really hope that you can wait a little bit longer since this is a brand new item to the market and not an easy thing to make. I am sure the final product will be worth the wait. Thanks and will keep you updated should we have any updated news. Kevin”

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6 thoughts on “Commlite Nikon F to Sony E Autofocus Adapter Delayed”

  1. It’s nice to know that a lens adapter will have full functionality of the camera.
    Does Nikon F lens have same connector as G lenses?

  2. I would love to see my Sigma 35 1.4 Art on the a6300. I would assume that crop factor affects aperture. I’m curious to see just how?

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