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Quantary 70-300 1:4-5.6 LG, is it compatible with digital canon camera?


Quantary makes lenses for a variety of cameras. A lens for a Minolta, for example, will not fit onto a Canon. Assuming you get the lens with a Canon EF mount, then yes, it is compatible with a Canon digital SLR.

Jan 21, 2011 | Quantaray AF 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 High Speed...

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C-af 1 2x teleplus mc7 will not auto focus with my 90-300mm canon ef lens on my canon d7 dslr. can you help please.


Teleconverter loses maximum lens speed.
With 2X teleconverter, your 90mm-300mm f4.5~5.6 will become something like f8~f11. Most SLR AF cameras need maximum aperture of f5.6 to autofocus so by using the 2X teleconverter on this zoom lens, it will not autofocus, because the lens's light gathering became too low.
Here is more information about using teleconverters.
http://tinyurl.com/29s5osk

Jun 09, 2010 | Kenko AF 2x Teleplus MC7 (AF2X7DGN) Lens...

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Will this converter work for my nikon d300 with a 55-200mm lens f/4.5-6 if-ed vr


NO!
If the Kenko is for Canon EOS, do not use it on your Nikon. The mount is different, and you can damage your camera.

Sell it on Ebay and get one for Nikon AF mount.

Dec 27, 2009 | Kenko TELEPLUS MC-7 DG AF for Canon EOS...

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Can I use a Kenko Lens with a Nikon D60?


If it's an AF teleconverter you will be able to use it and get proper exposure from the camera, but it will not autofocus with the D60. The D60 requires AF-S lenses and teleconverters for autofocus.

Mar 01, 2009 | Kenko MC-4 DG for Nikon AF 2x (MC4AFNDG)...

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Camera will not recognize the lens


Hi, I have a Minolta 7D. I bought an M42 screw lens adapter, an almost flat plate, however the camera kept saying "no lens detected". Then somewher on the web I found a solution: On the menue screen I found "Shutter Lock" with the choice On or Off. By switching to off I can now use 42mm lenses. Though there is no AF and the metering works with setting the aperture manually. Good luck and maybe you find the Sony to be the same.
Roy Smith

Jan 26, 2009 | Kenko Teleplus MC-4 DG for Konica-Minolta...

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Use of teleconvertres


Teleconverters are not recommended with variable aperture and slow zoom lenses. Since there is an additional element, the effective max. aperture will get reduced to about f/8-11. So it is not worth the money.

Dec 24, 2008 | Nikon D40 Digital Camera with G-II 18-55mm...

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Question abaout compatibility


Kenko has several through Adorama.com that should still let you use AF and VR (I and II).

Dec 23, 2007 | Kenko K15X-AFDGN 1.5X AF COMPATIBLE...

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