Nikon Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AI and Lensbaby Tilt Transformer

The Lensbaby Tilt Transformer makes it possible to mount Nikon lenses on the Sony NEX camera line. Read more about the lens here or here.

Nikon 50mm/F1.8 and Lensbaby Tilt Transformer
Nikon 50mm/F1.8 and Lensbaby Tilt Transformer

 
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