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    Default Re: Advice please - beginner DSLR

    That's very similar to mine malty mines the komine version though, its a great lens.

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    Default Re: Advice please - beginner DSLR

    Quote Originally Posted by maltloaf View Post
    picked up an old f1.8 50mm FD fit lens and an eos-m to FD adaptor, total outlay 30 and I love it. It has to be used on full manual mode but I don't mind that and it's retro look fits the mirrorless chassis very well.

    I have got a few nice handheld moon shots the last couple of nights which I'm pleased with. With my tamron 300mm and the 2x extender and even managed to get it to autofocus.

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    Default Re: Advice please - beginner DSLR

    Just a question I have if someone had a Nikon DSLR camera which broke would the lenses from that fit most other Nikon cameras? does each manufacturer have a bespoke fitment?

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    Default Re: Advice please - beginner DSLR

    each manufacturer has their own fitment and some manufacturers have several. You can get converters between most of them but you sometimes lose some functionality.
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    Default Re: Advice please - beginner DSLR

    Quote Originally Posted by akimba View Post
    Just a question I have if someone had a Nikon DSLR camera which broke would the lenses from that fit most other Nikon cameras? does each manufacturer have a bespoke fitment?

    if its a relatively new lens (less than say 20 years old) then it should work fine. You may find that older lenses will work with a few quirks. Nikon have used the same 'F' mount on their DSLRs since 1959.
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