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TAMRON AD2 Lenses on Pentax DSLR
Old 04-18-2016   #1
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TAMRON AD2 Lenses on Pentax DSLR

I am looking at using my Tamron AD2 lenses on a Pentax 1st DSLR to try out digital.I assume that my Tamron PK Mount will work on these cameras but in manual mode.Apologies for my ignorance,any comments
would be much appreciated.
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I am looking at using my Tamron AD2 lenses on a Pentax 1st DSLR to try out digital.I assume that my Tamron PK Mount will work on these cameras but in manual mode.Apologies for my ignorance,any comments
would be much appreciated.
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Strap it on a check - you can't damage anything.

Just check the camera side adapter setup first - it will need to be set to trigger without a lens.
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