Adjustable 2nd AF confirm Adapter for Praktica PB lens to Canon EOS EF mount 60D

Brand: Pixco
Product Code: AF2-PB-EOS
Availability: In Stock
Tags: AF Confirm


Brand New 2nd Generation AF confirm 

Prakticar PB lens to Canon EOS Adapter

第二代 AF PB to Cano
第二代 AF PB to Cano

Detail Information

This is the Second Generation AF confirm adapter ring with built in circuit board allows you to use your Prakticar Bayonet PB mount lens on your Canon EOS EF camera, saving you the expense of a costly and irreversible conversion.

To use, simply attach the ring to your lens and then the lens to the camera. When you have finished remove both together. It’s as easy as that!

Built-in circuit board tricks your camera into believing the lens is manual focus mode so that you can see the in-focus light indicator through the view finder.

Key Features

  • Made of Aluminum
  • Aperture Adjustable
  • Allows to Focus Infinity.
  • Manual focus only. Auto Focus is not available
  • Focal length is fixed at 50mm
  • Equipped with stop screw and lens lock
  • Gives you indication when focus gets correct.
  • Supports AV (Aperture Priority) and Manual Mode
  • The EXIF: 50mm / F1.4~F4.0
    ( adjust : f/1.4, f/1.6, f/1.8, f/2.0, f/2.2, f/2.5, f/2.8, f/3.2, f/3.5, f/4.0)


The EOS auto focusing system doesn’t support as less as F5.6. Before you capturing you have to focus with MAX aperture and stop down to capturing.


Mount: Turn off the camera. Mount the Lens onto the adapter then mount them onto the camera.

Remove: Press the lens lock and then remove the adapter from the lens simultaneously.

Aperture Value which are provided to adjust as show below:












Compatible With

Prakticar PB Lenses

Canon EOS bodies: 60D, 550D, 500D 1000D, 450D, 400D, 350D, 300D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D, 10D and 7D etc. (except EOS 30, 30V & 33V)

Package Included

- 2nd Generation AF Confrim Prakticar PB to Canon EOS Adapter x1

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