Can you fit an Olympus om lens to a Nikon digital camera?
Yes. There are adapters avalable that let you do this. But, you will have to focus manually. [Spelvin adds] In addition, because such adapters generally serve as a spacer between the rear of the lens lens and the camera body, you may lose the ability to focus at infinity.
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Answer . I recently purchased an Oly E-500. This site has very comprehensive information including a review of the Tcon-17 (the link below). Hope this helps. http://www….wrotniak.net/photo/c5050/wcon-tcon.html
not without a converter. but then it becomes a completely manual lens. focus, meter, everything.
ED has nothing to do with the camera mount; it is a lens (glass) quality so yes, it will fit
The short answer is "no.". Probably a good machinist could make an adaptor, but autofocus and exposure functions still wouldn't work, and the lens could not focus to infinity…, only close-up.
Yes, but they won't act the same on a D40 as more expensive Nikons. Only AF, AF-D, AF-S, and G lenses will meter on a D40 and ony AF-S and G lenses will auto focus on a D40.
no it can't cannon has a competetion with nikon they want you to buy only their products
Sigma builds lenses with mounts to fit Sigma and other cameras. I own two which are made to fit a Canon body. These would not work on a Sigma camera as they are, but I'm sure …the lenses are also available with a Sigma compatible mount. This involves the type of locking ring as well as the location and number of electrical contacts for the motor. So when buying a lens, make sure it has the mounting configuration for the camera you own. The specs should say "for Sigma" or "Sigma mount", etc. I have tele-converters made by both Canon and Sigma. The mounts look the same, but if I recall correctly I can't use my Sigma converters with certain Canon lenses. In some cases, the equipment may fit, but the combination is not guaranteed to auto-focus. Or the focal length of the lens plus converter may be mis-reported in the EXIF information. Check compatibility tables. Without a converter you shouldn't run into many problems. But before investing a lot of money, It helps to locate a shop that carries the lens in question and try it on your camera.
Yes, if your camera has the detachable lens option (lens' are able to be removed from the base of the camera). All brands that are the same as your camera will fit.
I believe there is a button to the right of where the lenses are on the camera that you can press to eject the lenses.
You could purchase Nikon camera lenses from many places. If you are looking for a brick and mortar store, check out your local Best Buy, Sears, or Ritz Camera.
Nikon Camera lenses can be purchased at Best Buy, Value City Electronics, or any local camera store. You can probably find even better deals online at places such as Ebay and …Craigslist.
It depends on you new camera, you should ask about adapters from Mamiya to your new camera
Yes as long as it's not pre AI