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Mount for rollei pqs lense to nikon dslr body

Would very mcuh like to know if there is such a mount. for rollei pqs lense to a nikon dslr body. thanks

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Hi there,
The rollei 600x mount lenses communicate to the camera via the gold plated contacts. In addition, the 350mm PQS is a medium format lens. There is currently no such adapter.

Posted on May 20, 2010

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