Review Of The K & F Concept Canon FD To Fuji X Mount Ring Adapter

I have been in possession of the K&F Concept adapter for a few weeks now and here is my review.


The adapter ring comes in a little black box, with graphics, that is not much bigger then the adapter itself.  The adapter is wrapped in a small bubble wrap pouch.

I received my adapter from Amazon and they had put the boxed adapter inside of a small, brown, bubble wrap lined envelope.

Build quality: 

I must say, for the price, i am very impressed with the build quality.  I’m going to assume that the material used, is aluminum and it is very nicely machined.

The black finish on the outside is very well done and matches up to the black finish of my camera just fine.

What lettering there is on the adapter, is done quite well and seems as though it will not come off very easily.


The adapter sits nice and snug on the cameras mount.  There is no play and it positively locks into place.  I have not noticed any sort of light leak, confirming the tight fit even more.

In regards to the fit of the adapter to the Canon FDn lens, it is just as good.

In a future post, i will explain how to attach the FDn lens to the adapter.  Unfortunately, it isn’t just a matter of mating them together.  There are a few things that you need to line up first.

In Conclusion:

For $16.99, I don’t think you could possibly go wrong.

There are plenty of other adapters out there, for a lot more money.  However, I don’t see the point in paying more when you have such a quality adapter with the K&F.

Who dares wins.

©, All Rights Reserved


Out On The Water

While in Kingston, we decided to take a boat tour of the Thousand Islands area in the immediate vicinity of Kingston.

The tour lasted a few hours and we were able to go quite a distance up the river.  Aside from the beautiful scenery, there was also some interesting history being told to us by the Captain of the boat.

We were very lucky with the weather.  It’s nice to be out on the water on a warm, summer’s day.

All photos taken with the Fuji X-Pro1 and the XF 18-135mm.

Who dares wins.

©, All Rights Reserved