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Sony E-Mount, how durable is it?

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Hello everyone. Currently i developing a little DIY project and have an idea to implement Sony E-Mount to be able attach various adaptors for lens testing. E-Mount has short flange distance, its diameter big enough to fit any lens and there are tons of inexpensive lens adaptors on ebay.

But as so as it don't use clamping nut as pl-mount, IMS or b4-mount, i'm not sure how durable, rugged and precise this mount appears to be. I would like to to hear your personal opinion regarding usage of this mount in real life... Thanks!

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To me the e-mount have a very robust build,  have put a Nikon 80-200 lens obvoisuly with len support, also my camera usually have the 35-105 Canon FD lens and the Tokina 28-80mm on it, no problems so far.

My Nex 5n:

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