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Tuning digitor tv

Hi havin a problem tuning my digitor tv can not store channels from auto tune even on manual tune can store
please b4 i put foot thru tv
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    cant tune tv, and keep it there

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And this relates to camera lenses in which way???

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Bought a cheap set of extention tubes, to try out, but when I attach them, my Nikon d5000 wont recognize the lens! How do I use or set my camera at?


Without any electronics the camera has no way to recognize the lens. Set the exposure mode to "M" (Manual). You'll have to set both the aperture and shutter speed yourself.

You'll also get no exposure assistance from the camera's light meter. You can review the picture after taking one and/or use the histogram to tune the exposure.

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Rokinon 800mm F/8 Multi-coated Lens for Nikon will this go on a nikon 5000 Thanks for your time


Yes. Of course, the lens isn't an autofocus lens so you'll have to focus manually. Also, the lens does not have the electronics to communicate with the camera, so you'll have to shoot in the manual exposure mode without any assistance from the camera's exposure meter. You can review photos and use the histogram to fine-tune the exposure.

You're probably going to want to use a tripod to hold the camera steady. The lens is long enough, magnifying even the slightest camera movement, and heavy enough that it's almost impossible to hand hold.

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Hello there! this lens spent 5 years stored (not used), and now is very hard to turn he focusing ring, what does it need? Thanks


Take it to a reputable camera repair shop for a CLA (Clean-Lube-Adjust). It's more or less the equivalent of a tune-up and oil change for a car.

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I just purchased a new 650 -1300 lens for my nikon d5000, i know you use it in manual mode but I cant get any aperture readings on the camera, any ideas ? i can set the shutter speed ok but the camera...


The lens lacks the electronics to communicate with the camera. As you said, you must use the lens in manual mode. You control the aperture by turning the aperture ring on the lens. You can read the current aperture setting by looking at the lens, but you will not see the setting in the viewfinder. You also will not get any metering assistance from the camera. You can review the pictures (and the histogram) to fine-tune your exposure.

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Slight blur shooting variety of subjects


It is just a possibility but you may have overrode the auto focus. If you accidentally move the focussing ring it disables the auto focus.

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Settings or Broke


You need to put the aperture ring - that's the thing that's closest to the camera on the lens - to the highest number possible. On the 70-300 Nikkor, That number is 32.
This will solve your problem! :)

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Minolta X 370 is not an auto focus camera so provided you are willing to use the Vivitar lens in manual AND provided the lens has minolta mount , you will be able to use it.

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