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I have a Quantary zoom lens 28-90mm "for Minolta AF". It fits my Sony alpha350 camera, but the camera does not recognize it - says there is no lens. What's up?

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Fitting is not always the solution. It is the software which recognises the hardware attachements. Either upgrade your camera software or use only the manufacturer recommended add ons. aqeelhafeez@hotmail.com

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