Will a Nikon 35mm SLR film camera lens fit a Nikon digital 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.
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Yes, it will fit.. However, you will still need to see if the lens you have has or does not have features like autofocus or CPU connectors that will carry all the info that your camera needs.... If it is a Nikon Lens it will work fine. So will others like Sigma, Tamron and Tokina.. Carl Zeiss may… not give you all the functions but will work in manual mode. (MORE)
Lenses From 35 mm Fitting Canon SLR . Absolutely! The only trouble I have had is with a 2X converter and a 400mm lens. It would not auto focus or stop down. I still got an OK photo of the moon. I migrated ALL my lenses successfully. I think film lenses work on digital. Digital do not work on film…. Why not? Due to the .625 smaller area covered by the lens. They will not even mount.. The answer above is right, but if you have any troubles with canon and canon lenses just feel free to contact Canon Support Team. Visit canon's official website and there you'll be able to find a link to their customer support. (MORE)
Answer . 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.
What is the difference between conventional camera lens and digital lens and can a digital lens be used with a 35mm slr?
The principals are the same. If you use an old lens on a new body or vice versa you will lose the autofocus function. Also many digital cameras have smaller sensors (known as cropped). So a 50mm lens on your SLR will be about a 78mm on your DSLR because the image is being projected onto a smaller sp…ace. This may be a benefit if you use long lenses for sport / wildlife but not if you generally use fish eye! You can now buy full frame DSLRs that are equivalent to 35mm so the lens would not alter. Also lenses are constantly evolving with better glass to prevent chromic abberation, etc and with built in image stabilisation, etc. (MORE)
I don't think they will fit any. The lens mount was changed right after the Canon T70. Someone told me they will fit a Nikon so I'm trying to find that out. (They don't fit Nikon cameras.). Canon T70 lenses only fit Canon SLR's (single lens reflex) made between 1964 to 1987.. The T70 uses Canon FD… mount lenses. FD lenses can only be focused manually. All of the exposure communication connections between the camera and lens are mechanical. An EF lens will not fit onto an FD body.. In 1987, Canon introduced EOS cameras that use EF (electro-focus) lenses. All of the exposure and focusing communication connections between the camera and lens are electrical. An FD lens will not fit directly on to any EOS camera.. The Rebel XSi camera is a Canon EOS digital camera that can use EF lenses or the smaller EF-S lenses made for APS-C DSLR's.. Adaptors are available on a popular internet auction site that will connect an FD lens to an EOS body. The price in 2008 is just under $40, including shipping. Lens functions are manually adjustable only, and are not very convenient when used in this way. (MORE)
Yeas really, in my opinion nikon has best dslr digital cameras i, for example own the newest nikon d60 and I'm very glad with it
There is no single answer to this question unless you say more about what you mean by "best"; do you mean the best possible quality, the lightest, the biggest range, widest or longest or best value?. Having said all that(!), I'd suggest the single most useful lens is the 18-200mm - it covers most c…ommon application and has a large zoom range. (MORE)
dependant on your application. I have shot with a variety of Nikon zooms and find that for sports and low light the AS-F 70-200mm 2.8 VR is about the best there is. However if the price on that is a bit daunting, the 70-300mm VR or 80-40mm VR might be up your alley. Although the 2 latter don't have …the amazing F2.8, they do have an extended focal length compared to the 70-200. The 80-200 is about 3X the price as the 70-300 and is the most slow autofocusing lens ive ever used. So unless you need that extra 100mm, for the price go with the 70-300. If the price isn't a concern... buy the 70-200 VR and a teleconverter (MORE)
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
Yes they will. Of course screw mount lenses need an adaptor. M lenses will of course be manual focus. Some lenses will only work on aperture priority I think. Yes, all K-mount lenses will fit the current Pentax digital SLRs. K- and M- lenses will be manual focus and need the metering to be set dif…ferently to newer lenses, using the camera's green button or AE-L button (depending on model) - and this sometimes over- or under-exposes so may need some experimentation to get it right in different conditions. It's fiddly so maybe best avoided unless you are an enthusiast. A- lenses will be manual focus but the metering will work normally, e.g. you can use the camera on fully automatic, aperture or shutter priority. FA-lenses work in the same way as digital-specific (DA) lenses - autofocus and any of the automatic settings can be used. One thing to note, film camera lenses were made for a 35x24mm film rather than a 24x18mm sensor as fitted to Pentax DSLRs. This means that they are on average 'longer', e.g. a 28mm lens is a wide-angle for film, but on a DSLR it's a standard-length lens (equivalent of a 42mm on film). (MORE)
The question is incomprehensible. Do you mean are they made by the same maker? The answer to that question is yes. Nikon makes NikKor lenses.
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.
A Nikon F-Mount Lens will indeed fit a Nikon D80 Digital SLR Camera, as the D80 is equipped with a mechanical focus drive motor which will effectively autofocus with all F-Mount lenses. - Raspix.com
A Nikon and a Canon are equivalent in quality. The Nikon is significantly more costly than the Canon.. Most Nikon buyers would disagree but do some research before you buy. Make sure you compare models with similar features.. In my opinion the Canon is a much better value.
yes at bestbuy.com they will give you money for your old and sell you a new one
No, only F mount lenses fit the Nikon D80, D90, D7000, D3000, D3100, D5000, D5100, D40, D40x, D50, D60, D70, D70s, D100, D200, D300, D300s and every other Nikon digital SLR A Nikon G lens will fit a D80. The G is a lens designation and not a mount. Nikon G lenses have a F mount.
This is made by Nikon. This camera model was often criticized forits relatively short battery life.
no it can't cannon has a competetion with nikon they want you to buy only their products
Yes, F mount lenses fit the Nikon D80, D90, D7000, D3000, D3100, D5000, D5100, D40, D40x, D50, D60, D70, D70s, D100, D200, D300, D300s and every other Nikon digital SLR
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 a…nd 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. (MORE)
As for the sensor size... its a full frame camera! so it has agreat dynamic range. But other features as af system, shutterspeeds, e.t.c it cant be compared to any digital camera of the lasttwo decades..I have my father's n2020 with nikkor 1.8 and isometimes use it just for fun and its still great. …Film is alwaysmesmerizing.. (MORE)
and nikon camera can use a nikon lens, try a D3000, a D50, or a D9
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.
This all depends on not only the body condition, but also what lens you have installed. A scruffy model of a Nikon EM (Jokingly referred to as the "Economy Model) is worth around 25-29$ depending on the buyer. A cleaned lightly used model will go for about 30-35$. And with the "Hipster" generation j…ust underway, and with the EM being a great film starting point, a top quality model can go anywhere from 40$ to 80$! Even better, this can be without the lens. If you have the kit lens (Usually a Nikon Series E 50mm) can add another 5$ if it is in good condition. Aftermarket lenses can be a HUGE factor in your pricing. The problem is, if you don't have one now, they are hard to get a hold of, and some can be expensive. Cleaning the body, mirror, and filter always adds an extra 5$ or so to any model. Watch out though, all parts in any camera has persistence mechanics down to the milometer. If possible, have a friend or a low-cost cleaner fix up the camera for you. To sum it up, here is a little list for the quick-browser person: Nikon EM 35mm Camera Values: -Body Only -Hevally Used 20-25$ - Moderate Use 25-30$ - Scarce Usage 30-40$ - Cleaned and Like New 40-80$ -Body with Kit Series E 50mm Lens -Heavy Use 20-30$ -Moderate Use 25-35$ -Scarce Usage 40-80$ -Cleaned and Like New 50-115$ IMPORTANT NOTE: This article contains ESTIMATES only. Please use this as a reference to your camera value. To get an accurate appraisal contact a professional vintage camera salesman. (MORE)
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.
No a nikon camera lens will most likely only work on the camera it was specifically built for because they have their own special design and it usually doesn't follow exactly to other brands.
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.
if you have e charger . . . . it easy to charge it . . especially if it has a manual.
Pick up the lens, throw it in the trash, and go buy a new one.
Most Nikon lens will work in complete manual mode, but to get the most from the lens (auto-focus, metering) stick to Nikkor lenses with AF or G in the title. Full comparability chart in the related links below.
Nikon lists over 180 different digital camera models on their web site. As of mid-September, 2012 it looks like there are 34 current digital models, and two film models available.
It entirely depends on the lens mount. Sigma manufactures lenses to fit all major brand camera bodies - 'Sigma 35mm" does not really say much about the lens, I'm sorry to say.
There are several different options when looking to buy a Nikon digital camera. Prices can range from as low as $50 to as much as $1500. It depends on what kind of features and accessories you want with your camera.
Nikon was founded in 1917 in Japan, with Makoto Kimura as the current president. Nikon produced the its first digital camera for NASA in 1991. There is no single person responsible for the production of the first Nikon Digital Camera; it was a company-wide effort.
The Nikon D90 is a DSLR type of digital camera. This stands for Digital single-lens reflex camera and is sometimes also referred to as a Digital SLR.
The Nikon COOLPIX series of digital cameras offer megapixel resolution ranging from 10.1 to 20.1 and up to 42x zoom. Video capture is also available.
The best place to find a tutorial on this camera would be to check the official Nikon website for a user manual. Another place to go would be to use a social media site like youtube where users post all sorts of useful videos about cameras and other devices.
A Nikon digital SLR camera can be bought online from a number of vendors. Major retailers such as Curry's, Argos and John Lewis all sell different models of the SLR Camera with prices above Ã¥Â£200.
If the lens was made later than 1959 it will have the "F" mount and it should fit any modern Nikon DSLR, although the auto-focus may not work and you will have to focus manually.
The average price of a Nikon SLR digital camera is approximately $499.95. Of course you could find it for less if you comparison shop at your local retailers who specialize in camera equipment.
The Nikon D50 digital camera costs $1899.66 at Amazon. Yahoo sell it for much less at $599, eBay sell it the same price as Yahoo, but body only without lens.
The cost for the Nikon Digital Cameras varies. One can't pin a price to this camera. This camera varies anywhere from $100 to $400. It depends on how much one wants to spend.
The SLR line of cameras from Nikon have multiple models that vary greatly in price. The lower end of the price range is about $400 dollars, while the best models cost up to $1000.
There are many web sites that offer reviews for Nikon SLR digital cameras including Amazon, CNet, PCWorld, Trusted Reviews, Best Buy, and Nikon's official site.
Those seeking to purchase a Nikon digital camera on the web have multiple options. These include Amazon, Target, eBay, Walmart, Dell, Best Buy, and Office Depot.
The Nikon SB-800 is not compatible with Nissan SLR cameras. It is only compatible with Nikon cameras. One could damage their SB-800 flash unit by trying to use it with another camera.
Nikon offs top quality digital cameras to compete with other camera brands. Their line of "Coolpix" is their latest line of digital cameras. Their most expensive digital camera values roughly a thousand dollars which is called Coolpix A.
A Nikon lense can be purchased from Futureshop, Best Buy or through Amazon and eBay. As well, to get a genuine lense, one can go to Nikon's website and buy their lense there.
Although it is discontinued, one can still purchase a Nikon F6 SLR camera in a variety of locations. Online, eBay and a number of online retailers such as Amazon and Rakuten still carry Nikon F6 cameras, and offline, some up-scale camera shops may still carry this model. With the death of film in …the photography world, however, the F6 SLR is on its way out. (MORE)