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Can my viviter 70-210 f/4 fd mount be mounted on canon eos d500 without adapter?

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Hi,
Unfortunately it cannot.
However there are some amazing adapters out there. They start about $10.00 on eBay and go up from there. There is on that sells for about $55 that will connect the Vivitar to the Auto focus confirmation signal in the camera, so that when the lens is focused manually, you hear the camera's signal to confirm focus.
Hope this helps.
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