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what’s TPA? I looked it up an nothing pertaining lenses came up.

 

If you mean third party adapter ( I really think that the use of acronyms should be as sparing as possible ) there are lots ( cheap or expensive and there are many threads on those already so use the search ) but of course the great majority don’t allow for autofocus or transferring any electrics or electronics from lens to camera. There are only a few and incredibly expensive ones which can do that.

 

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