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I am a Contax lenses user (on Olympus 4/3). Once you get the adapter ring, the usual way is to set the DSLR in aperture priority, step down the lens, focus and shoot. I have also tested my lenses on Canon. This is totally doable, however note that metering in Canon can be affected by the way you open your lens and may need a light compensation which depend ...
Yes, but you have to use them completely manually as the Contax lens requires. What you need is a mount adapter like this one.
I'm not sure if you shoot Canon, Nikon, or something else, but I'm assuming Canon for the fun of it. The Kipon adapter seems to be the main option for m4/3rds to Canon EF that is available right now. Here it is on Amazon - Kipon EOS-m4/3 Canon EOS to Micro Four Thirds Lens Adapter. A prominent photographer reviewed it here and seemed to give it favorable ...
There is a lot of complexity to this answer. Without knowing which mount the Sigma lens was designed for, there is no way to know the answer. Additionally, it is most likely you won't be able to electronically control the lens so it will be fully manual. If you don't have an aperture ring on the lens, you won't be able to control the aperture for the lens ...
It all depend on what mount the lens is produced for. You should check if the lens is produced for Nikon or not.
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