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Hi,

Forgive me for my English and the ignorance about cameras (I'm 19 and fell in love with photos since 2017, I'm a newbie to this world) 

Here's the question, I have 2 old Fuji lenses I would love to use on my X-t10, but don't know how to adapt them, I'll post some photos of the 2s down below.

I used them on my "Fuji AX Multi program". Please help me, you're my last shore 😱🤣.

 

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