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So, unfortunately, this is complicated, because as often as not people mean something different from the original sense, and you kind of have to guess from context. The term means original equipment manufacturer — a company that makes components. As you probably know, nothing complicated these days is built all in one factory. And, in fact, not all of the ...


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Lenses advertised as using the Sony E-mount (Wikipedia) are compatible with Sony NEX cameras, including your NEX-F3. The Meike-E-35-1.7 lens you linked to has an E-mount bayonet, so it is compatible with your camera. The Helios 44M-2 lens you linked to has an M42 mount bayonet, so it is not directly compatible with your camera. However, you can get a M42-...


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I tried this today with my canon700d and faced the same problem, I bought a set of neweer wirless trigers and a speedlite chinese flash and when connevting the flash direct it failed in the live view mode ... BUT.. when I connected the transmitter via a pc synch cable to the remote pc socket it worked perfectly in the live view mode


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As stated in the lens description, the Meike is a e-mount lens, so yes it is compatible with your camera (it is even listed in the description). As for the Helios, this is a readily available (and cheaper on eBay or any Craigslist-like website) m42 screw-mount. It can be adapted to an e-mount camera with an adapter (m42 to NEX, m42 to e-mount, depending on ...


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I called Cannon and muscled information out of them I found a workaround for this issue. I have a Canon rebel t7i. I do macro photography and I like to zoom in with the live view and use an external flash I didn't know what to do because it's a non Canon flash and of course it won't work with live view here's the work around I found. if your flash has a ...


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