K&F 58mm Adapter Ring for the X-Pro Filter System | KF05.310

Adapt lenses with a 58mm diameter for use on the K&F X-Pro Filter System


  • An adaptor for smaller diameter lenses to be used on the amazing X-Pro Filter kit system
  • Connects seamlessly to our X-Pro Filter system
  • Designed to fit your lens with precision and eliminates light leaks or vignetting
  • Special aviation aluminium alloy, ensures high strength, designed to withstand even the toughest conditions

NOTE: This does not contain any other parts of the X-Pro Filter system which need to be purchased separately.

1 x K&F 58mm Adaptor Ring

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Expand Your Creative Possibilities by making the X-Pro Filter Kit System accessible to your lens

K&F Concept’s amazing X-Pro Filter Kit System ships with lens adaptors starting at 67mm. If your lens filter is smaller than covered by what is included in the standard kit you can buy this adaptor for full compatibility to the incredible filter system.

The X-Pro Filter System is an amazingly comprehensive package containing a circular polarizing filter an ND 1000 filter and is capable of housing graduated rectangular filters. The kit ships with 4 adapters to help you attach your lens to the filter holder system. If you own a “kit” lens it may have a diameter smaller than any adaptors included in the kit. This product bridges the gap between your lenses filter diameter and the X-pro filter housing.

Using the X-Pro filter system
The setup and operation of the X-Pro filter holder is very easy. Have a look at the front element of your lens to identify the thread diameter. Match the lens diameter to the adaptor ring which will screw onto the front of the lens. The adapter ring sizes in the standard kit supports attaching to 67mm, 72mm, 77mm or 82mm diameter lenses. If you have a smaller lens you can separately buy 49mm, 52mm, 58mm or 62mm adaptors like this one. Then slide the filter holder over the adapter ring to mount it. Once mounted to your lens, the adapters easily snap into place on the holder and is secured with a twist-lock control knob to prevent accidental disconnection.

The adaptor rings are made of aviation grade aluminium. They are anodised with a matte black finish. Their construction holds the adaptor tight against the filter holder. This ensures there are no light leaks. The thin adaptor also ensure there is no vignetting as it can never be seen in frame even when wide focal lengths are used.

About K&F Concept
The K&F Concept brand has experienced explosive growth since its launch over a decade ago. Their innovative and feature rich products offer great quality, style, and value. Specialising in products for the photographic and video markets, they have become a popular choice for decerning hobbyists and professionals worldwide.

PLEASE NOTE… K&F Filters and other products are fully supported with spare parts available from K&F Concept South African, the official importers. So, if you happen to lose a part or accidentally damage a component there's no need to worry. It can be repaired quickly and restored to full functionality. If you're searching for a reliable and durable product, rest assured ours will serve you for many years. Our warranty on manufacturing defects ensure the K&F range is your safe and trusted choice.

Unleash your creativity with the X-Pro Filter kit! Expand your photographic horizons by using it on smaller lenses. This adapter ring connects seamlessly to our X-Pro Filter system, ensuring a precise fit for your lens without any light leaks or vignetting to spoil your shots.

MATERIAL: Made of high-quality aluminium alloy with anodized black finish
THREAD SIZE: 58mm male thread
COMPATIBILITY: This adapts lenses for use with the K&F X-Pro Filter System

NOTE: It's always a good idea to double-check the compatibility of your equipment before purchasing an adapter ring to ensure that it will work as intended. Please verify your camera's lens thread size. This is usually marked somewhere on the lens barrel or printed underneath the lens cap.