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Use Nikon Lenses on 4K video camera

lenses adapter video camera lens project

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Ok, guys, I need some help.


I got this sort of ok 4k video camera on Amazon:



It seems to do decent video, but the lenses that come with it aren't super great.


What I would LOVE to do is somehow to figure out how to use Nikon lenses on this thing.


The tricky part is, the lens "attachment" on the body of the camera is really just a filter thread. It seems to be 30mm. 


Also, it's inward facing. So, the female side of a filter thread. 


So, what I would ultimately need is an adapter with one side with the male side of a 30mm filter thread and the other side to attach a Nikon lens.


The 30mm measurement is just on the camera itself. The macro attachment gives us some more room to play, but I figure the 30mm is probably the best place to start.


DOES such a thing exist? Could I have one build somehow? Is this a lost cause?



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