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    i need my Nikon 20 mm

    i tried to use a cheap adapter on my 20mm...its been stuck there ever since...anyone know where i can send it for repair or perhaps someone else has done this and can advise me...
    p.s. new guy here, hello to all

    thanks, Kevin

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    Adapter....... for what?
    I hate when people ask me what I see myself doing in 5 years...... I don't have 2020 vision!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 480sparky View Post
    Adapter....... for what?
    m4/3...it was supposed to work!!

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    A few years ago, I purchased an inexpensive no-name adapter that allowed me to mount my Nikon lenses on my micro 4/3 Olympus camera bodies. After I used it the first time, I was unable to remove the adapter from the lens. I ended up damaging the adapter beyond repair because I had to use a screw driver and pliers to remove it.

    I later ordered a higher priced brand-name Nikon to m4/3 adapter (Fotodiox) that worked perfectly.

    https://flic.kr/p/rMGPGE
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    Some of those adapters have a little knob that you must pull or push to get your lens off. Very difficult at first but once you get the hang of it gets much easier. I know that I really fought mine and thought my lens was stuck on forever until I figured it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by narsuitus View Post
    A few years ago, I purchased an inexpensive no-name adapter that allowed me to mount my Nikon lenses on my micro 4/3 Olympus camera bodies. After I used it the first time, I was unable to remove the adapter from the lens. I ended up damaging the adapter beyond repair because I had to use a screw driver and pliers to remove it.

    I later ordered a higher priced brand-name Nikon to m4/3 adapter (Fotodiox) that worked perfectly.

    https://flic.kr/p/rMGPGE
    this one cannot be disassembled ill post a pic...it will have to be cut off i think

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Breedlove View Post
    Some of those adapters have a little knob that you must pull or push to get your lens off. Very difficult at first but once you get the hang of it gets much easier. I know that I really fought mine and thought my lens was stuck on forever until I figured it out.
    removing knob was the first thing i did...



 

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