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Canon SLR Lenses

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I have an old Canon EOS 500n SLR camera with 2 EF lenses 28-80mm and 80-200mm. I am looking at buying a Canon EOS 1000d DSLR and just wondered if anyone knew if these lenses will work with the 1000…
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
I have an old Canon EOS 500n SLR camera with 2 EF lenses 28-80mm and 80-200mm.

I am looking at buying a Canon EOS 1000d DSLR and just wondered if anyone knew if these lenses will work with the 1000d?

Any help much appreciated.

Links to the lens details below:

28-80mm Lens - http://www.canon.co.uk/For_Home/Product_Finder/Cameras/EF_Lenses/Zoom_Lenses/EF_2880mm_f2556II/index.asp

80-200mm Lens - http://www.canon-europe.com/for_home/product_finder/cameras/ef_lenses/zoom_lenses/ef_80200mm_f4556ii/
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jarica Avatar
7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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#1
not sure but if not you looking at selling?
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Both lenses will fit the 1000d :thumbsup:
#3
i think the lenses all have standard fits, but the relevant focal length will change dependant on the actual size of your d-slr sensor.

you should really ask at a photoshop - maybe even just try the lenses before you buy
#4
if these are original 35mm lenses, then when paired up with newer DSLR sensor such as on the 1000d they will effectively become 1.6x
ie 28-80 becomes 44-128 equivalent
#5
J9STL
if these are original 35mm lenses, then when paired up with newer DSLR sensor such as on the 1000d they will effectively become 1.6x
ie 28-80 becomes 44-128 equivalent


+1 :thumbsup:

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