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Hanimex to Nikon D40? Please, HELP!

Discussion in 'Digital Discussion & Q&A' started by alessandralove, Dec 28, 2008.

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    Hi, sorry if this sounds dumb or I'm missing an obvious point or something.

    I was snooping around in my basement and just found three old Pentax manual cameras from the 80's and some wicked lenses for it. I own a Nikon D40, and there was one particular lens that I was interested it. I know you can buy adapter rings, and this lens was a Hanimex Automatic Zoom C-MACRO 1:4.5 f=80-200mm... (It said this on the cap and ring.) Please, tell me if I can use this with my camera, and if so, what type of adapter ring? Thank you so much! :heart:
     
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    Hi, did you ever find out if they can be converted?!
     

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