Re: Switching to a Canon digital SLR
- From: "Bruce Chang" <bechang@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 23:01:06 GMT
"Peter Guest" <plg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> On Tue, 26 Jul 2005 21:52:54 GMT, Unspam <unspam@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>On 26/7/05 10:02 pm, in article dc68c7$6dh$0@xxxxxxxxxxxx, "Mike Kohary"
>>> Peter Guest wrote:
>>>> The plan is to switch from my EOS 3 to a EOS 350D. Will my Canon
>>>> lenses be OK? EF 85 1.8 and EF 35-80?
>>> Yup, all of your EF lenses will fit and work just fine.
>>>> What about the Tamron 28-300? I
>>>> see there is a DI version of this now. What extra does that give?
>>> Sorry, I don't know about the Tamron.
>>Don't forget the cropping factor of 1.6 I believe
> Sorry .... please explain
The crop factor refers to the camera's inherent design that effectively
crops your photo. You can equate it to magnification of your lenses by 1.6.
If you have a 100mm lens, by using the 350D, it will appear as if you are
using a 160mm lens.
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