Motivation is a photography blog that discusses the creative aspects of photography. The posts will include thoughts about images and their interpretation, photographers and their work, technique, workflow, my ongoing projects, and perhaps even the occasional off topic rant.

Non-Canon Lenses On Canon (Or Nikon) Cameras

About a year or two ago, I wrote an article for Michael Johnston’s newsletter, The 37th Frame, which ultimately morphed into The Online Photographer, about using non-Canon lenses on Canon full frame dSLRs. The article resides on my website, as it is too long to put up as a blog post. Nonetheless, I thought that it might prove interesting to some people and thought that, as today’s post, I would put up a link to it. The article can be read here.

Though it specifically addresses Canon cameras, which is what I use, my understanding is that the article would be directly applicable to Nikon cameras as well. The only exception would be that a Contax to Nikon adapter would obviously be required, as opposed to one made for adapting Contax to Canon.

In addition, Joe Reifer, in his excellent blog entitled Words, wrote a review about using Olympus Zuiko lenses on full frame Canon cameras. That can be read here.