Hi, I'm trying to find out if the vivitar tele zoom lens 85-205mm f3.8 automatic and manual focus is compatible with a Minolta x370 camera. I can't find this information anywhere. Do you know? Thanks!
I wasn wondering if a Minolta XG-M Camera can use a minolta x-360 lenses?
Additionally: Even if your Vivitar lens does not have a Minolta lens mount, you can get an inexpensive adaptor to be able to mount the lens on your Minolta camera. At least you used to be able to buy these adaptors before the World went digital crazy. I still think the adaptors are available. Check with any large camera store, like B&H in New York. Also manual focus lenses for older SLR's (Single Lens Reflex) film cameras are available at reasonable prices. I have the same Minolta X370 camera (along with few others) and lenses for it. So you can get a lens that has a Minolta mount for your camera, this might be the easist way to go and you can sell your Auto focus lens (since the Auto focus will not work with the Minolta X370 camera). Hope this helps you. Thanks, AJ.
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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