E series lens with D5000..meter issues

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  1. meccalli

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    Hi guys, I recently borrowed an E series 70-210 F4 lens from my buddy. But, there's just one thing. How the heck do I meter with this thing??. I can take a shot in manual, and in any other mode, theres an error for -lens not attached , but thats understandable. Is there any way of metering without guesswork??
     
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    With that camera and an 'E' lens, I think you're hooped.
     
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    Grr,, well I guess I'll know exposures off hand now...after a while.
     
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    Thank you, that really helped out.
     

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