I am considering buying a Nikon D600 or a D800.
I have some old manual lenses, most of them have Pentacon Six a.k.a. Kiev 60 mounts. On my Nikon D3200 I was able to use these lenses with adapters (such as Pentacon-to-Nikon and Arax Tilt), in manual mode.
I assume that those adapted lenses behave in a same way as pre-AI Nikkor lenses, right?
But recently, I encountered this chart which states that pre-AI lenses would not mount on D600/D800, while they would mount on a D3200. I found no exact description anywhere, why a D3200 would mount a wider spectrum of lenses than a D600/D800.
Now the question: Is my assumption true, that an old adapted lens is technically a pre-AI lens, thus being unusable on a D600/D800?