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Sigma 28-90 55mm nikon

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1. If you ordered your lens WITHOUT specifying that it was for Nikon, you may be stumped - unless you contact your seller and explain; they may, then, accept the lens back in exchange for the correct item. I realise that this will be costly on added shipping costs, though.

2. You could sell the lens you have just purchased (on eBay, for instance), then order the Nikon-fit lens from the original supplier.

3. Order a lens converter from the likes of SRB~Griturn. This is likely to be more expensive, though, than the above solutions as a bespoke adapter will probably have to be manufactured. As you are talking about an AF rather than a manual lens, it will cost heaps more!

Good luck; I hope it all comes good for you!

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