Question about Canon Cameras
Does live view work with other lenses? if so you may just have a dirty or faulty connection re the Tamron 70-200.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it has the correct Canon mount then it will fit, but is still unsuitable.
The lens is designed for APS-C sized sensors, so the image it produces will not be big enough for the full-frame sensor on the EOS 5D. If you use it then there will be unacceptable vignetting in the corners of the images.
The angle of view of the lens will also be different to what you may expect: although it is an 18-270mm focal length it will have the same angle of view as a 28-420mm on a 35mm full frame equivalent camera.
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Posted on Jan 13, 2010
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SOURCE: What is the focal length
It's not the lens but the camera that determines the focal length multiplier. On some cameras the 18-270mm lens is an 18-270mm. The XSi's imaging sensor applies a 1.6x multiplier on any lens used with the camera, so the 18-270mm will be approximately 29-430mm.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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