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"RE: film lenses"

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Sat 25-Aug-12 05:08 PM | edited Sat 25-Aug-12 05:14 PM by Leonard62

They will mount on both cameras if they have AI mounts. Do not attempt to mount non-AI lenses on either body.

On the D90 there is no metering with non-CPU lenses. You will need to use M mode and adjust the shutter speed and aperture by using the sunny 16 rule or an external meter.

On the D7000 you must enter the lens focal length and max aperture in the non-CPU lens setup in the Set-up menu. Metering will work. Read page 159 in your manual.

Len

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A general, generic topic film lenses [View all] , briafast Silver Member, Sat 25-Aug-12 02:31 PM
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