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No. There are several problems here. This lens looks a lot like the Senko 50mm f/0.95, i.e., it is a C-mount lens for 1" format video. This lens vignettes even on micro four-thirds (2x crop). There's no way the image circle will cover an APS-C or full-frame camera, and the registration distance is much much smaller than that of Nikon F. In order to get the ...
No, because the register (distance from the mounting flange of the lens to the sensor plane) is quite short.
You can use Pentax screwmount (M42 Mount) lenses on a Nikon D60 (F-Mount) by using an adapter. An example of such an adapter is this one available from B&H Photo: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/995104-REG/fotodiox_m42_nk_pg_pro_nikon_f_mount_lens.html
http://www.sonyalpharumors.com/first-video-showing-the-nikon-f-to-sony-e-mount-autofocus-adapter/ I'm waiting for more news on the adapter shown in the link above. I really don't want to sell all my Nikon glass but I do want to change to mirrorless. All rights, credit and thanks to Sony Alpha Rumors for getting the information about this adapter out to the ...
I'd just received today the Fotodiox OM-NEX adapter. I have a Sony NEX-5 and it work fine. I can now use all my "old" Olympus OM Zuiko full frame film lenses. I just had to go to Menu, Setup, and Enable Release w/o Lens. My "old" lenses are not autofocus, so I use them like with my old (film) OM-1, 2 & 4, manual focus. With the Focus Peaking, the ...
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