Question about Sigma Cameras
It depends totally on whether your camera takes interchangeable lenses, and if so, do these lenses have the same fitting ? Your camera manual should tell you if you can fit other lenses to the body - if so, follow the steps to remove the lens which is currently attached, and compare the fitments with this lens and the two others you have been given. If you are still not sure, then take it all to your local friendly camera dealer, who will be able to advise you. Do NOT try to force the new lenses onto the body - this is a sure way to render them inoperable.
Posted on Dec 22, 2016
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