Yes, but does your 1DX have a mode dial that goes all the way around?
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Some more information would be helpful for us to give you some advice. First, do you find yourself technically limited by your camera? Or are you just thinking because you have some cash you should get the latest and greatest? The general advice most often given is get better glass rather than replacing your body. A fantastic body with some crappy glass won't give you the images you think you might get. But a great lens on a decent body (and virtually all bodies these days are at least decent) can improve your image quality (which can be somewhat subjective) quite a bit. If you think you want to make photography a long term serious hobby, I'd look at Canon L series lenses, although there have been some recent releases by Sigma and Tamron which provide quite good quality at a significantly lesser price than Canon L. In the case of the new Sigma 35mm, it actually is optically better than the Canon 35mm L.
agreed. A lot of people like it and there seem to be no sealing problems with it. I keep hearing people say it can be brokemn off, but you never seem to hear of it hapenning to anyone...(and for removing the articulating LCD ).
That'll never happen.
Maybe because it would be the equivalent of much more mm (actually 640) on a 1.6x crop body and some need it?EF-S 400 4 IS
Why not try the EF 300mm f/4L IS, as it is the equivalent of 480mm on a 1.6x crop body?
No, a theoretical EF-S 400mm lens on a 1.6x crop body would be the equivalent of 400mm. Note: EF-S lenses, which is what the OP requested, can only be mounted on a 1.6x crop body, so there is no crop factor.