Sigma 70-300 +''no lense attached'' w/ sony a200 dslr
Sigma 70-300 lense producing error message on sny a200 ''no lense attached'' Same lense works fine with minolta maxxum 7000 I have a Sony 70-300 lens producing error message on sony a200 ''no lense attached'' The lens was working with my camera and for no apparent reason the camera does not recongized this lens.
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Sigma produces lenses for different brands of camera's. The optics are the same, but the connection differs from brand to brand. So if you have a Sigma lens for Nikon, you won't be able to use it on a Canon or Sony. Unless you buy a adapter. But when you start using an adapter, you will lose the Af in most cases, because the electronic in the lenses differ also. and that can't be bridged.
Image shifts off center and two corners appear
Problem with the Sony Alpha DSLR-A100 Digital Camera That The Sony A200 kit (DSLR-A200K) comes with a DT 18-70mm (3.9x) f/3.5-5.6 zoom lens for an estimated US$600.
A separate Sony A200 kit (DSLR-A200W) includes two lenses: the DT
18-70mm mentioned above, and a 75-300mm f/4.6-5.6 telephoto zoom for an
Is the 28-70 a DF type if so it will work on a canon
DSLR but if its the older one with the scale ring is
on the outside of the lens it will need a rechip but I think thay are no longer avabile the 70-300 if is a super
it will work or need a rechip if its a older one with a macro switch held on the lens with 2 screws it to
old to up grade
Couple of things to try:
1. If you've downloaded the pics from your memory card, format it in the camera.
2. Go into the menu and scroll to "reset"...follow the on-screen instructions.
3. Remove the card and battery...press all the buttons..leave it alone for 20 minutes...insert the card and then the battery...turn it on.
If it's in continuous auto-focus and doing it, then it is just not locking on to one thing and jumping back and forth between two objects that are very close together in distance and it is normal. It should stop in manual, single shot or single point auto-focus. Sony uses Nikon auto-focus technology and my D-300 with a 70-200mmf2.8 will do it if I turn the auto-focus tracking time(lock-on) all the way down with the auto-focus in full auto.
Unfortunately, there are electrical differences between early and later Sigma lenses. Although the bayonet connection is the same, and the lens can fit, it will not necessarily connect electrically with the connections on the camera. Sigma can modify the lens for you, but this can be quite costly, and you may be cheaper to look for an alternative lens.
It seems that you may have an older sigma lens which does not have the appropriate electrical connections. Sigma can modify this for you if you contact them, and I believe the cost is reasonable. Although some lenses look very similar, there are electrical differences between earlier and newer lenses, even though they may fit on to your camera mechanically,