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That looks like the Konica AR mount. The last cameras that used this mount were produced up to 1987. I still own a Konica FS-1 camera body (made from 1979 to 1983) that I bought used in the mid-1980s …
answered Nov 30 '16 by Michael C
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). Versions 1-4 were also available with Auto fixed mounts, and the Version 4 Auto Fixed Mount was made through around 1973. No Vivitar 85-205mm f/3.8 lenses were made with the T-mount after 1970. Version 6 …
answered Mar 29 '18 by Michael C
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Since the letters "MC" are stamped on the ID ring along with the other information I would think it is a Minolta MC/MD mount lens. Even if the "MC" stand for "multi-Coated" and was printed on the lens …
answered Oct 25 '16 by Michael C
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The reason your camera is saying there is no lens attached is because the T-mount does not allow any communication between the camera and lens. To use those lenses you must have your D3100 in both man …
answered Dec 25 '14 by Michael C