- Shooting manual lenses on Pentax DSLRs -
- Using Minolta Lenses on the Sony Alpha -
- How to Use M42 Lenses with a Canon EOS
- Old Film Camera Lenses On New Dital
Shooting manual lenses on Pentax DSLRs -
In most SLRs and DSLRs, focusing is done at full aperture, and if you set the aperture to, say, f11, it remains fully open until just before exposure, then it stops down for the exposure and opens up again.
Using Minolta Lenses on the Sony Alpha -
This gives a brhter viewfinder image and makes focusing easier and more accurate.
How to Use M42 Lenses with a Canon EOS
A common question from Canon EOS owners is whether older manual focus lenses from other manufacturers can be used with a Canon EOS body. Of course you don't get autofocus, nor do you get any sort of focus confirmation unless you use a special adapter with built in electronics.
Old Film Camera Lenses On New Dital
In addition you don't get any sort of automatic iris operation.
Using old manual lenses on dslr:
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