Question about Camera Lenses
I have a sakar MC zoom 1:3.5, f=80-200mm lens, Is it possible that i can use it to my MINOLTA MAXXUM DYNAX 3xi? what adaptor will I need? Please help me experts..Thanks
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It sounds like a CPU chip incompatability issue. Sigma has that problem sometimes but are usually very good about rechipping at no cost (at least for Nikon-mount lenses). What did they say when you asked them?
Posted on Nov 03, 2007
AS you have found out, the Maxxum AF mount and the MD mounts are much different. They do make tele-converters that allow the use of MD (non-AF) lenses on a Maxxum series camera. You would still need another adapter to make the MD Tamron converter work,
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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