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My lenses not working with my new Canon Rebel

Is there a way to update my lenes to be compatable with my new Canon camera?

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  • matnix1 Dec 31, 2008

    I appreciate the information and will definitely look into it. Thank you!

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Check with your local Ritz Camera store, or find Ritz online. In the past they've been updating the chip in the lens to work with digital cameras at no, or small charge ( Quantaray is a Ritz house brand ).

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