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It doesn't work with my digital camara

Got this one time ago, but now i bought a digital rebel XTI, and it doesn't work.....

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  • Mariagal Dec 17, 2007

    I have not bought a digital yet but I am seriously thinking about it. I would like to know if the Quataray lense I have will be interchangable with a Canon Rebel XT digital. I now use my Quantaray lense with a Canon Rebel G (35mm film) The Quantaray lense I have is a Tech 10 70-300mm macro

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Some of the early Quantaray lenses, designed for the EOS film cameras, need to be upgraded by Quantaray. Contact your local Ritz Camera, or go to their support page online to find out if an upgrade chip is available for your particular lens, so it can be used with a digital EOS

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