Question about Cameras
Every camera maker has a slightly different configuration for how the lenses mount. there is a removable ring in the rear of your lens that is interchangable specifically so they can make one lens that fits every camera. The ring is called a T-mount ring. it should be held in place by at least 3 set screws that pass thru the side of the lens and pinch the T-mount between them and hold it in place. Remove whatever is currently mounted in your lense and replace it with a Canon EOS compatible replacement.
Look on eBay or one of the bigger camera websites for an EOS T-mount.
Posted on Jun 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Totally different lens mounts, you might be able to get an adapter ring, but it wont function amazingly. Honestly, you're better off just selling this lens and buying a Canon 70-300 instead.
Posted on May 01, 2008
This lens will work with Canon cameras. I use one on my Canon 30D. It is a fixed F8 you can not use auto or green box because there are not any contacts on the lens to talk to the camera. Its back to the basics manual adjust shutter and ISO to the get a correct exposer. DEFINITLY NOT A POINT AND SHOOT LENS.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
SOURCE: Quantaray lenses
I bet they are not AF lenses. There are adapters that add the AF contacts to "fool" the camera but increase the zoom. You can get used lenses from many "on line" camera stores with warranties for a few months.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
Usually a comms error between the lens and the body. Try cleaning the contacts on the lens and body with a pencil eraser.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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