OEM, or first party, lenses are those that are made by the same company that manufactures a particular brand of camera. For instance, Canon, Nikon, Pentax, and Sony each make lenses designed to work specifically with their own cameras; lenses from one manufacturer are not compatible with cameras from other manufacturers.
Third party lenses (Tamron, Sigma, and Tokina are three of the best known makers) play by slightly different rules of compatibility. An example: Tamron’s 17-50mm 2.8 lens is one of the most popular third party lenses on the market. No matter what brand of camera you own, the Tamron lens is available for each of the major camera manufacturers. It’s simply a matter of building their lenses with different mounts for different cameras. Thus, if you buy a third party lens with a Canon mount, you can’t share it with a Nikon camera.
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