ADAPTING CANON LENSES TO FUJI X-T3 – Kipon Baveyes vs Fringer Pro

Are you a Fujifilm X-T3 user looking to expand your lens collection without breaking the bank? Adapting Canon lenses to your Fujifilm mirrorless camera can be a budget-friendly solution. In this blog post, we will explore two popular adapters, the Kipon Baveyes and the Fringer Pro, that allow you to mount Canon lenses on your X-T3. We will delve into the key features of each adapter, their performance, and compatibility with different Canon lenses. By the end of this article, you will have a clearer understanding of which adapter suits your needs best, helping you make an informed decision when it comes to adapting Canon lenses to your Fujifilm X-T3.

Adapting Canon Lenses to Fuji X-T3 – Kipon Baveyes vs Fringer Pro


Welcome back to Mitch’s brand new video! In this article, we will be discussing the topic of adapting Canon lenses to Fuji cameras. Mitch will be testing two lens mount adapters, both of which are electronic and allow access to the autofocus system and aperture control of the lens and the Fuji X camera. This is an exciting development for Fuji cameras, as they are gaining popularity and demand for such adapters is increasing.

The Adapters

The two adapters being tested are the Fringer Pro and the Kipon Baveyes. The main difference between these adapters is that the Kipon adapter has a glass element inside called a focal reducer or speed booster. This element focuses the image circle of a full frame lens onto a smaller sensor, giving a full frame look on a smaller sensor. The Fringer adapter, on the other hand, has an aperture ring that allows for manual adjustment of the aperture.

The Test

In this real-world test, Mitch will be using the 35mm 1.4 Sigma Art lens and the 24mm 1.4 Sigma Art lens. These lenses were chosen for their sharpness and color rendition, which allows for a fair comparison between the adapters. When using the Fringer adapter with the 24mm lens on an APS-C camera, the field of view is equivalent to 35mm. When using the Kipon speed booster with the 35mm lens, the field of view remains the same.


Upon testing, Mitch found that the Fringer adapter performed well in acquiring focus and was suitable for professional shoots. However, the Kipon adapter had a difficult time acquiring focus and was less accurate. The Kipon adapter also lacked sharpness, particularly when shooting wide open. However, it did provide a unique look with swirly bokeh and a shallow depth of field.


Based on the test results, Mitch recommends the Fringer Pro adapter for adapting Canon lenses to Fuji cameras. It offers reliable autofocus and better overall performance. Although the Kipon adapter may provide a unique look, its lack of sharpness may be a drawback for some photographers.

Thank you for reading this article and stay tuned for more photography and filmmaking content from Mitch!

FAQ – Adapting Canon Lenses to Fuji X-T3

FAQ – Adapting Canon Lenses to Fuji X-T3

1. What is the difference between Kipon Baveyes and Fringer Pro?

The Kipon Baveyes and Fringer Pro are two different lens adapters designed to adapt Canon lenses to the Fuji X-T3 camera. Both adapters have their unique features and characteristics.

2. Which adapter offers better optical performance?

The optical performance of both adapters is highly regarded, but the Fringer Pro adapter is known for its exceptional optical quality and is often preferred by professional photographers.

3. Are there any autofocus capabilities with these adapters?

Yes, both adapters provide autofocus functionality, allowing you to use your Canon lenses with autofocus on the Fuji X-T3. However, the Fringer Pro adapter is known for its faster and more accurate autofocus performance.

4. Can I control the aperture of Canon lenses when using these adapters?

Yes, both adapters allow full control over the aperture of Canon lenses. You can adjust the aperture directly on the camera or use the dedicated controls on the adapters themselves.

5. Do these adapters support image stabilization?

No, neither the Kipon Baveyes nor the Fringer Pro adapters support image stabilization. You will have to rely on the in-camera stabilization of the Fuji X-T3 or use lenses with built-in optical stabilization.

6. Are there any notable differences in build quality between the two adapters?

Both adapters are well-built and durable. However, the Fringer Pro adapter is often praised for its solid construction and precision engineering.

7. Can I use these adapters with other Fuji X-series cameras?

Yes, you can use these adapters with other Fuji X-series cameras that have an X-mount. Just make sure to check compatibility and firmware updates for specific camera models.

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