Question about Quantaray 600-1000mm Zoom Lens
I suggest the starting point is to contact the vendor where you purchased the lens. They should have the adapter you need. My question is, shouldn't the adapter have been included with the lens? Generally, lenses made to adapt to several camera brands include the correct adapter as specified by the buyer for a specific camera brand or for those that use T-mount.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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