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Feb 28, 2011 21:51 |  #1

i bought this lens off ebay, really good price, last 30 seconds, to fix a broken lens.( under 30 bucks)
well... i have no idea what type a mount this is but it isn't canon.
it is a sigma 28-300 hyperzoom, but the mount has 5 small little pins sticking straight up towards the outside of the lens. 1 by it's self, then the first of 4 is under the red dot,
it has an aputure ring, and a lever that reports to the camera the setting of the aputure ring, not electrical, the web site said something about nikon mounts not having a motor.
it is a standard bayonet mount.

any clues?


1dm3, 17-40L, 70-200L, 100-400L,50 1.4, 28-135IS, 75-300IS , http://www.flickr.com/​photos/25764820@N03/?s​aved=1 (external link)

  
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Feb 28, 2011 21:58 |  #2

viktor061 wrote in post #11933392 (external link)
i bought this lens off ebay, really good price, last 30 seconds, to fix a broken lens.( under 30 bucks)
well... i have no idea what type a mount this is but it isn't canon.
it is a sigma 28-300 hyperzoom, but the mount has 5 small little pins sticking straight up towards the outside of the lens. 1 by it's self, then the first of 4 is under the red dot,
it has an aputure ring, and a lever that reports to the camera the setting of the aputure ring, not electrical, the web site said something about nikon mounts not having a motor.
it is a standard bayonet mount.

any clues?

It sounds like a AF Nikkor mount, the lens itself doesn't have a motor and requires a Nikon body with a motor to drive the AF via the slotted screw in the lens mount


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Feb 28, 2011 22:23 |  #3

Post a pix and I'll tell you what mount it is.


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Feb 28, 2011 22:55 |  #4

lannes wrote in post #11933436 (external link)
It sounds like a AF Nikkor mount, the lens itself doesn't have a motor and requires a Nikon body with a motor to drive the AF via the slotted screw in the lens mount

awesome, there is a little screw that drives the focus....so a af nikkor mount... so i have a awesome boat anchor....
this board is great, thanks!


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