I found a zoom lens that is in really good shape at a thrift store for 10 bucks. It's an 80/205mm zoom lens and is apparently made by "Kenlock-Mctor". (It also has a number on around the rim of the lens: 808574) I am a beginning photography student and I thought I would pick it up just to have one more variable to use when I'm taking snapshots and learning about light, etc. This lens doesn't mount to my Nikkon N-70 and I can't find out what other common mounting types there are that it could be. Unfortunately I don't have a digital camera or I'd post a pic. I can try to make a sketch of what the flange looks like if someone thinks they can tell me what it is meant to fit. I think it's obvious that Kenlock is not a big lens manufacturer, but this lens seems to be more substantial and solid than my "Pheonix" and "Aspherical" lenses that came with my camera.