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 Switching out lenses?

Answer No problem. Just don't expect auto functions to exist. Manual focus, manual aperture, no lightmeter. You're left to your instincts. It's good that with digital, trial and error can go along way in ... Read More »
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I have a nikon d5100 with 18-55mm lenses but i want some manual lenses one which has aperature ring..?

The only lenses that will manually focus on your camera which have an aperture ring are going to be the Nikkor AF lenses, although there are a few AF-S lenses with an aperture ring and they have a ... Read More »
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What are the differences between photochromic lenses and color-tinted eyeglasses lenses?

Photochromic lenses and color-tints are different. The difference between photochromic lenses and ordinary color lenses is that photochromic lenses can change from light to dark depending on the am... Read More »
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Are the Leica Lenses i the new Panasonic cameras genuine, and how good are these lenses?

All of these type of lenses are considered as certified by a manufacturer. Carl Zeiss, and Schneider-Kreuznach do this a lot too. If it's certified by any of these manufacturers you should have con... Read More »
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I have a regular slr with lenses, I am planning to buy a digital slr. Can I use the lenses I already have?

It all depends on what camera and lens system you now own. That information would have really helped.If your camera is a Canon with the FD lens mount then your lenses cannot be used on a Canon DSLR... Read More »
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