Question about Cameras
Have a Vivitar auto zoom, 75-260mm, 1:4.5 lense. Don't know what camera it will work on.
These were made to fit many different cameras and the same lens was often branded as a Tokina in most worldwide markets.
Have a look around the mounting plate, there is normally something printed to indicate which camera it's for. e.g. C, Ca, or Can means Canon; N/Ni/Nik = Nikon, P/K = Pentax, O/OM = Olympus, CY = Contax & Yashica, L = Leica, X = Fujinon X (very rare). If there is a screw thread mounting then it's most likely an M42 mount as used on ancient Pentax models and by former Soviet Bloc makers like Praktika and Zenit.
If any of the above have AF added to the code then it's an aurtofocus version of that mounting.
If all else fails take it to a camera dealer, they should be able to tell you.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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