Craig Shearman , Dec 16, 2009; 01:50 p.m.
Never heard of Komine. Komine might have been a subcontractor manufacturing lenses for Vivitar but that has nothing to do with what camera it fits. Vivitar Series 1 lenses were very popular in the 1970s and were made in mounts for each of the major camera brands -- Nikon, Canon, Pentax, Minolta, etc. Do you know what mount this is? Is might or might not say Nikon, Canon, etc. somewhere on it. If it's Nikon, it will fit on any Nikon SLR made since 1959 up through the current digital models, but might not have full metering on the latest models and obviously won't have autofocus. If it's Canon, it's most likely the Canon FD mounted that preceded the EOS mount used on later Canon film cameras and current digital cameras. The Nikon mount would look like a regular bayonet, possibly with the Nikon prong on the side that coupled to earlier Nikon meters. If it's Canon FD there would be ring that turns on the lens to secure it to the camera. If so, you could use it on a Canon F1 or Canon AE-1 or any other Canon FD mount body. Vivitar Series 1 lenses were Vivitar's top of the line, not as sharp or well built as a Nikon or Canon lens but comparable to a Sigma or Tamron today.