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While sort of agreeing with Jaap, if the Fuji lenses are older and from the film SLR days, they will be M42, and can be fitted.

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That is correct. However, the Fuji X-mount has a flange distance of 17.7 mm.

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Nope probably never. Too challenging, intensive inverse engineering required. Physically almost impossible. L mount is larger and X adaptor may be able to fit inside. 

There will be no real compatibility between mirrorless mounts. Physically too close to each other to offer enough clearance for adapter. And require software marvels too communicate between lens to adapter to body. 

Sony FE mount to Nikon Z mount does exist though with lots of caveats. (From tech art) 

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7 hours ago, nicci78 said:

Nope probably never. Too challenging, intensive inverse engineering required. Physically almost impossible. L mount is larger and X adaptor may be able to fit inside. 

There will be no real compatibility between mirrorless mounts. Physically too close to each other to offer enough clearance for adapter. And require software marvels too communicate between lens to adapter to body. 

Sony FE mount to Nikon Z mount does exist though with lots of caveats. (From tech art) 

Thank you.

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