Sorry for the confusion everyone: I created this video for my YouTube channel-macrover180-so that is why you see that watermark and hear me say in my introduction "greetings everyone, macrover180 here!". I am posting this video here so I can possibly find as much help as I can obtain. With that out of the way here is the description:
As mentioned in the video I inherited the lenses from my dad and while he thinks I should just sell the whole lot, I really really want to use them on my Nikon D40. I did google the name Fortron(name found on three of the lenses) and it came up as Minolta Fortron-is that the same thing? My lenses don't have Minolta anywhere written on them. The other two non-Fortron lenses are Tomioka and Sakar. I don't know which adapter to use-is it the M42 lens adapter? Ohh and just because I'm curious: what about Panasonic GH2 users or Canon DSLR users? I know it won't be the same adapter as the adapter for Nikon cameras but is it easy to use old lenses on them? Thank you in advance for your help everyone!
*sorry for the lighting/color-I attempted to mess with the white balance to try to remove that orange tint that I seem to get in most of my videos but I think from now on I will just leave everything alone and just go with it!*
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