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I was looking to get a 55-105 mm camera lens but the site I was looking at had a different product shown than what was written in the description. How can I make sure that I get the right product?

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You should contact the company that you wish to purchase the product from and confirm that the product you are purchasing is what you want to get and let them know they have a mistake on their site.

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It is not normal. Something may have loosened up internally. Set the lens to 50mm and then move the camera between pointing lens forward and lens down toward the floor as the camera might rest when you have it on a neck strap and bend over. I am guessing that gravity is pulling the lens out to the 200mm position. In any case, you should have a camera repair man look at it. I do not know what the repair could cost, but you have a superb lens and, if necessary, you may want to spend the money to fix it.

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SOURCE: Chip to lens

Sigma cannot rechip your old 70-200 2.8 call sigma uk and see what thay can offer on 01707329999

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SOURCE: Can lens assemblies normally used with Pentax 35

not realy,,, the digital camera is tottely difrent
anyhow they would all be supper long lenses,,,

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SOURCE: Looking for lens hood

Local camera "shows" might be a good place for you to look - the glass is sold by RITZ so you could check with them - also I am a firm believer in buying the manufacturers own glass - it costs more but you will always be able to get accessories for the glass and in most cases the glass is much better quality. I recognize for some this is no issue but if you ever need to resell you equipment - something I do ever 18 months - you will find the aftermarket glass - tamaron, tokina - vivitar - and quantaray all suffer major hits because they are less expensive alternatives to factory glass...

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sounds like the lens on a Kodak point & shoot digital or older film camera- if it is either it isn't worth your effort (unless you want a new hobby)- Sorry, but you should find another camera on eBay

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Need lens (up to 200)


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That's the focal range of a zoom lens. Unlike a single focal-length lens (or a "prime" lens) a zoom lens lets you adjust the focal range. "55-200mm" specifies the lens's focal range from 55mm at the low end to 200mm at the long end.

You can read a general description of zoom lenses at
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoom_lens

Nikon current has two different 55-200mm lenses:
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I have a Nikon D40x and purchased the AF nikkor 50 mm f/1.8D lens a couple years ago, but find that it can only be focused manually. Is there any way to "turn on" the autofocus? I have not had...


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sounds like the lens on a Kodak point & shoot digital or older film camera- if it is either it isn't worth your effort (unless you want a new hobby)- Sorry, but you should find another camera on eBay

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Attachment for filter and hood


If you go to the camera store that sells quantaray then they will be able to order you one if they do not have it in stock.
or you can find one on a online auction site.
you need a step down ring. I believe the size of your lens is 58 mm but you could go to any camera store and ask them to verify that. but it should also be stamped on the front of the lens written in white.

if you find 58 mm anywhere on it then I am right. And that means you need a 72 to 58 mm stepping ring.


hope that helps,
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Chip to lens


Sigma cannot rechip your old 70-200 2.8 call sigma uk and see what thay can offer on 01707329999

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