Question from a newbie who doesn't really know what he's doing


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Barclay

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Currently, I'm using a old camera (Nikon F50D)
it's been a white elephant for ages till I've finally managed to dig it up, and tried to use it...
I was thinking of getting a lens capable of zooming to quite a distance. I've done some search on the lens which were compatible with my camera but later I've only found an article/review with the following len types.

AF lenses
AI-P;
AF-IS;
AI-type (AI, AI-S, AI converted) with the exception of the Fisheye 6mm f/5.6 and the Fisheye OP 10mm f/5.6, the 180-600mm f/8 (#174180 or less), the 200-600mm f/9.5 (#301922 or less), the 360-1200mm f/11 (#174127 or less);
Nikon E lenses;
Reflex lenses 500mm f/8, 1000mm f/11 (#143001 or larger), 2000mm f/11 (#200310 or larger);
Medical-Nikkor 120mm f/4;
Teleconverters (with the exception of the TC16 or TC16A).


I was wondering.. what do they actually mean? or rather... can I still get them in stores locally?

hope someone who heard or has hands on experience with the same model range as mine could enlighten me.

Thanks for your time.


Model: Nikon F50D
Media: Film -.-'
Lens: Sigma Zoom 28 - 80mm 1:3.5-5.6 Macro
 

Barclay

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thanks for the link. that'll do...

and one more question.. is it okay for me to change lens even thou there's film in the camera? thanks
 

hazta

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Yeah... so long ur shutter button is not depressed i.e. ur shutter curtain is closed... :)
 

Barclay

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thanks... hmmm.. have to look for lens that are compatible with my camera. :)
 

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