Photographers that would like to expand the creativity of their mirrorless camera may be interested in a new range of format filters created by Aurora Aperture. The adapter mount format filters have launched via Kickstarter and already raised over three times its required pledge goal thanks to over 250 backers with still 16 days remaining. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Aurora Aperture adapter mount format filters.
Early bird pledges start from $44 for one filter and worldwide shipping is expected to take place during October 2019. Four mirrorless mount adapters are supported at the current time : Canon mount adapter EF-EOS R, the Nikon FTZ mount adapter, the Sigma’s MC-11* mount adapter for Sony E mount cameras such as the a7, a9, NEX, a5000, and a6000 series, and the Sigma’s MC-21* mount adapter for L mount cameras such as the Panasonic Lumix DC-S1, DC-S1R, Leica SL, and Sigma fp.
“Aurora Aperture Adapter Mount Format Filter (AMF) is a revolutionary filter system that works for all DSLR lenses on popular mirrorless mount adapters. You will only need one set of filters for all your adapted lenses, no more multiple sets of filters or step-up rings, or complicated and bulky square filter systems. “
“The AMF drop-in filters work extremely well with ultra wide-angle lenses, especially with those that have a protruding front element and are without front filter threads. Those types of lenses require a bulky filter adapter paired with very large filters. They are inconvenient to carry around and are unfriendly to your wallet. “
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Camera News, Top News