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Sigma 70-210mm f/4-5.6 UC II compatible with Canon 10D and Nikon D7000?

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It depends on the lens mount. Sigma makes varieties of their lenses for different camera mounts. A lens with a Canon mount will be compatible with any current Canon camera. A lens with a Nikon mount will be compatible with a Nikon camera. Any one lens can fit one but not the other.

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Nikon d7000 keeps flashing fEE


This is with the Sigma 24mm? If this is with the Nikon 24mm AF-D or another lens with an aperture ring then turn the aperture ring to its smallest setting (largest f/number) and control the aperture from the camera body the same way as with a lens without an aperture ring.

If it really is with the Sigma lens, try cleaning the contacts on the back of the lens and in the lens mount on the camera body.

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85mm 1.4 is not metering exposure on my nikon d7000


It is a manual focus lens. That is for sure. The D7000 only can meter, when a lens is fitted with a chip. Usually the Nikon AF lenses. (other brands like Sigma that are compatible) To my knowledge the Vivitar is not. You only can use this lens in Aperture-priority and manual exposure. See a discussion on Nikon forum about this lens, that is capable of shooting brilliant pictures.
Link to Nikon cafe forum about Vivitar 85 mm

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My sigma 24-70mm f2.8 doesnot work on my d7000


Could you be a little more specific about "does not work"? Does the lens not fit? Can you not view through the lens when it's attached? Does it not autofocus? Does it not meter the exposure properly?

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Is the Sigma ES 430 ST compatible with my Nikon D60 or D7000?


Do you mean the EF 430? If so, then yes, it is compatible with the D60 and D7000, at least as far as the flash trigger voltage is concerned. You may not get all the capabilities of more recent Nikon flashes, but it will work.

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Sigma 170-500mm f.5-5.6. fit on nikon d 200 ??? and i wild like to how good is this one 170-500mm


Sigma makes their lenses with a variety of mounts for a variety of cameras. A lens with a Canon mount, for example, will not fit onto a Nikon camera. Assuming the lens has a Nikon mount, it is fully compatible with the D200.

If you mean the 150-500mm, you can see a review at
http://www.popphoto.com/gear/2008/12/sigma-150-500mm-f5-63-dg-os-hsm-apo-af

In general, Sigma supertelephoto zooms have a pretty good reputation. However, only YOU can decide whether a particular lens is "good enough" for you.

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Is the nikorF AF 35 to 105mm Lens compatible to Nikon D7000? How about tamron 70 to 210mm with 52 adaptor?


The Nikkor lens is fully compatible. The Tamron is dependent on the mounting. Tamron makes lenses for a variety of cameras. A lens with a Canon mount, for example, will not fit onto a Nikon camera. If the lens has a Nikon mount, there should be no problem using it with the D7000.

Remember that the D7000's sensor is smaller than a frame of 35mm film. This will cause the lenses to produce a field of view that is smaller than on a 35mm camera. The 35-105mm, for example, will give a field of view similar to what a 53-160mm would produce on a film camera.

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Is the sigma 18-200mm DC f3.5-6.3 compatable with nikon d50?


Assuming you get one with a Nikon mount, yes. Sigma makes their lenses with a variety of mounts to fit different makes of cameras. A lens with a Canon mount, for example, will not fit on a Nikon. A lens with a Nikon mount is fully compatible with the D50.

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Sigma 70-210/4-5.6 UC-II AF Does not auto focus any more?


Hi
Dose the lens make any movement or is just dead
it may need a new AF motor

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Sigma 70-300 error 99 on canon 20d &10d


If the macro switch is held on the lens by 2 screws it is to old and will on work on your camera but if yous is a super type it may need a rechip

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