Lenses with Aperture and Focus Rings

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  1. fadege

    fadege TPF Noob!

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    Wich Digital Camera and/or Lens have Aperture and Focus Rings on the lens?

    I want to shoot pictures as in the '80....

    Thank you for any advices!


     
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    All Nikkors prior to the current G and E (Electronic Aperture lenses) lenses. Nikon still has some AF-D and even an Ai lens listed on their website.
     
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    Fuji-X cameras. Lenses (primes) even have DOF scales.

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    ones made in the 1980s
     
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    Fuji isn't cheap, but their digital camera are designed to give you the feel of a SLR with all the primary functions being manually controlled with dials and levers. Fujinon lenses are top notch.
     
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    Any M42 screw fit lens with an adapter. Lenses are very cheap (compared to digital lenses) because so many millions of them were made over 40-odd years. If you have a Pentax digital camera, K mount lenses will fit and the older ones all are manual focus and manual aperture.
     

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