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Compatability issue I just purchased a Quantary 70-300 Zoom Lense for a Nikon N55 box. Lense is made of digital and film. Lense will not auto focus. The lense does works because I took it to Ritz Camera and tried it on another Nikon box. Newer digital model. Do the contacts match up?? Are they compatable??

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  • joebeejr Oct 02, 2008

    Yes, from another camera at ritz camera. that lens didn't work either. but my lens at home is an AF and it works on the camera. looking at the number of the contacts on the box and lens, i don't think they match up. you would think they would make things fit.

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Curious, Have you tried another AF lens on the N55?

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