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Thread: Tokina Lens

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    Tokina Lens

    I have a Tokina Af 100-300mm 1:5.6-6.7 I bought in 98 and was curious if its compatible with a Canon Rebel XTi

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    Re: Tokina Lens

    Welcome to the Forum. What camera did you use this lens on before? If you used it on a Canon EOS camera, it should work on the XTi.
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    Re: Tokina Lens

    Thank you! I previously used it on a Minolta (film) I was on Tokina site but they had nothing in there archieves

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    Re: Tokina Lens

    If it was used on a Minolta SLR, then no, this lens will not work on the XTi. Tokina makes lenses for many different camera mounts.

    I don't know anything about the Minolta mount, but it may work on a different brand DSLR body. I know brands like Pentax and Olympus have some older lenses that are compatible with their mounts. Take your lens to a camera store and ask the salesperson if your lens will fit on any current DSLR's.
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    Re: Tokina Lens

    Appriciate the help Thanks!

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