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Does the Kodak Lens Adapter feet to Nikon lenses too?

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This black anodized aluminum adapter easily mounts onto the front of a KODAK EASYSHARE DX7630 Zoom Digital Camera, allowing you to enjoy 37 mm accessory lenses or filters.

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I have 400 & 640mm Novoflex lenses latest type I wish to use on Hasselblad 201f (focalplane shutter). First, will these lenses cover the 6X6cm format? Second, what kind of adapter do I need and...


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I have a Sigma lense 500 APO Canon fit, I would like to make it fit my Nikon/Kodak DCS Pro is there a converter/adapter for the job or is this lense not adequate for this purpose - Many thanks.


Unfortunately, no. Nikon bodies are deeper than Canon bodies. This allows an adapter to fit a Nikon lens on a Canon body, but going the other way prevents the lens from focusing to infinity.

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Zooming lense not working,i cant take any photo


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The transmission system that moves the lens in and out has a problem with it's gears. There is most likely a gear or an actuator that has fallen out of alignment and is getting stuck at a certain point as the lens comes in/out.There is some disturbacnce of the lens arrangement that is preventing the lens from coming in/out.Any of these symptoms above could trigger the camera to shut itself off to protect itself from further damage.

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Lens adapter for filters


Check eBay -- it is by far the best source for filters and adapters for your camera.

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Autoocus doesn't work


The first thing to check is that autofocus is enabled on the camera body.

The auto/manual focus selector switch is located on the front of the camera, just below the lens release button (on the left side as you look through the view finder). Make sure that the white dot on the selector lines up with the white dot under the AF (autofocus).

If this does not solve the problem, make sure that your lenses are set to autofocus mode as well.

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Kodak lense adaptor 49 to 55 mm


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Using a 70/200 lense with a annon 40D at a football game at night


to get good pictures you have to stay at least at the same speed as the aperture:
100mm - 1/100sec mini
200mm - 1/200sec mini
if you are in automatic mode, the camera says" there is no enough light, the aperture is max (f:2.8 or f:4) so i shut down the speed." and go against the rule. you have several solution:
1 you stay in automatic mode and take yor photos with a tripod.
2 you put your camera in speed pririty, with the good speed, and try not to moove during the shoot (you can put your camera on something stable)
3 you tune up the iso
4 2+3

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