Replace all three other with one new, Well ok, but please don't be stupid and add a forth, stupid stupid stupid...
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Still disappointed that the 35/1.4L, 135/2L, 180/3.5L Macro and 400/5.6L are not replaced yet.
By the way, this lens is just as heavy (or light) as 70-200/2.8, that's quite manageable actually!
I don't know where you got that idea, but the 70-200/2.8L IS II is 1,490g, and the 400/4DO II is 2,100g.
My bad, I was under the impression that 70-200/2.8L IS II is around 1800g and this is just under 2000g. Still, nice weight, nothing terrible to handhold.
+1 for the RRS-plate, it has a much lower profile so it's great for support, and at least for me, is way more comfortable than holding with no foot.
Thank!s...did not know that RRS made a replacement for the foot. Link?
....but will it fit the new lens?
The EF-S mount is purposely different, because Canon wants to be incompatible. Moreover, the lenses Sigma "DC" fit in the full frame cameras, even if they theoretically may not be compatible.Can you tell me why? If u can mount FF lens on a crop body?A Canon EF-S lens will not mount on a Canon FF body.Nope. You can mount EF-S lens on FF as well. But I wouldn't recommend it.Uh. I'm almost sure that an ef 24 has the same FOV as an ef-s 24. The added "S" just means that it's only mountable to crop bodies.25mm x 1.6x = 40mmNo. It's EF-S so it's 24mm on APS-C. If you put EF 24mm on APS-C, then you will get equivalent around 38mm.
25mm x 1.6x = 40mm
No. It's EF-S so it's 24mm on APS-C. If you put EF 24mm on APS-C, then you will get equivalent around 38mm.
Uh. I'm almost sure that an ef 24 has the same FOV as an ef-s 24. The added "S" just means that it's only mountable to crop bodies.