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Fuji X to T mount adaptor

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To the techies out there would this be possible? I know metabones do Nikon and Canon to Sony E mount that gives full auto-focus and aperture functions so could it be done with T. Would the flange distance etc make it unworkable. Fuji have some fantastic and fast lenses that could be great on the T for example the 23/1.4, 35/1.4 and 55/1.2

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Even if it were possible to mechanically link the lens and body you'd be limited to manual focus - and only with lenses that had a aperture ring.

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To the techies out there would this be possible?

Short and to the point: No.

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Ok I'm sure you'r right but if it can be done from canon to sony

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why not from fuji to leica T. I presume the main reason is a flange distance issue as SLR lenses have great distance so an adaptor can be used?

Anyway I know that NO is short and to the point but I just wondered why so humour me:)

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The EOS system has a much longer flange distance than the Sony E-mount whereas the flange distances of the Leica T and Fuji T systems are quite similar. Where would you even find the room to fit an adapter?

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