Where does the lens focus light?

Answer The pupil, or dark black center of the eye, pulls light to the ciliary muscles which are either relaxed or tightened, depending on image distance. The ciliary muscles control the convex lens that r... Read More »

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You recently purchased a quantaray lens 28-200mm D aspherical lens for your nikon D80 camera The lens will not focus on a subject unless you are at least 3 feet away Why is that's?

No. Architectural photography requires control over converging vertical lines. Anytime you shoot a building and don't hold the camera perfectly perpendicular to the building's surface, the vertical... Read More »

Should i get a 50mm prime lens for your nikon D40 I don't really know how to manually focus and i have the 18-55 mm lens?

My lens for my camera got wet there was some condensation inside but it is now gone it is an auto-focus long range lens for Nikon D-80 can i still use the lense or should i just get a new one?

Answer I would at least try the lense on a few pictures and see what the quality is. Depending on the price of a new one, you could even remove the front lense and clean it, or have it done by a p... Read More »

Can you use a minolta auto focus lens on a minolta manual focus camera?

No.Wrong flange depth (so even adapted, no infinity focus)No focus control (as you would expect on an MF body)and no aperture control.I'm not sure if the MAF lenses rest with the aperture closed or... Read More »