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How do i use my Bower digital super wide 0.42x af lens?

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The Minolta AF lens will fit and work on most of the Minolta AF bodies (it will depend on exactly what lens it is as to the compatibility), you will also find that it will fit and work with the new range of Sony
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The Quantaray lenses are a little bit more difficult as Quantaray make lenses for several different types of camera body, it should mention on the lens what make the lens mount is for. If you post further information about the lenses it might help.

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Nikon 10.5mm F2.8G AF DX IF-ED FISHEYE-NIKKOR

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SOURCE: Can you tell me the Pros and Cons of using a Bower

A 2X adapter is an item attached between your lens and camera body. It's AF (which is good) and N (most likely a Nikon).
They make what ever zoom lens 2X the focal length. So a 135mm becomes a 270mm. So you get a bigger tele lens. They add extra glass, so the image is not as good without it, they eat up an F/stop. So outdoors in bright sunlight, no problem. It's shady and you have ASA 200 and you are going to have a slow shutter speed that can cause blur. Plus the viewfinder gets darker due to the extra glass. So in dim light, it may not AF and be hard to manual focus.

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Yes, with caveats. The autofocus won't work on D40/D60/D3000/D5000. The metering may not work in all modes on all cameras. Since you didn't specify which camera, I can't give you a better answer than that.

I have 30-year-old Nikon lenses working fine on my D90, but without metering. And the old lenses date before the invention of autofocus.

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