I've been pondering about this for a quite a while. The newer generation Nikon G lens doesn't come with an aperture ring unlike the older AFD versions. Aperture is electronically set from the camera itself, so when its mounted on older film camera without the ability to set the aperture from the body, the aperture used will be the smallest.
I'm wondering, is there any viable options to go around this obstacle? I know there are adapters to adapt to other camera systems and quite a few are manual focus only. I don't mind manual focus since it IS an old film camera, lol But I don't think adapting to other systems and then back adapt to nikon system sounds good (and i think there might be vignetting issues since there is a longer extension between the lens mount and the camera mount?)
Any seniors got any good advice? I'm using an FE2 btw. Light metering wise shouldn't be a problem.....i think......