« on: November 06, 2013, 12:57:54 AM »
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Is there any difference with the current Sony SLT?Sony's SLT is very different from the Canon film pellicle mirror cameras.
It looks like the Sony 70-200mm: http://www.juzaphoto.com/recensione.php?l=it&t=sony_70-200_f2-8+1
The Next Question = For use the EF to EF-M Adaptor, Yes, We can use both EF and EF-S mount to this Adaptor and shoot with EOS-M----How can We use EF-S with the same space distant from the back of EF-S lens to the APS-C sensor, and work---BUT Can not mount EF-S Lens on Full Frame Sensor Canon EOS Cameras----In the reverse, We can use all EF Lenses on the SOS Body / Small sensor like 7 D .EF-S has an identical 44 mm flange distance to EF. However, EF-S lenses are specifically designed to create an imaging circle which is not big enough for a 36x24 mm frame. In a bid to prevent strong mechanical vignetting, EF-S lenses have a plastic bung at the back preventing mounting on an EF mount body. This has a second advantage - these lenses can be designed to poke deeper into the body into the area where the larger FF mirror would otherwise clash, allowing some wide angle EF-S lenses to be slightly less retrofocus than the same focal length FF lens would be.
??, May be, Canon try to trick us, Not let us use the cheap FE-S Lens on the high cost FF Cameras .
how do these charts compare to canon charts?Canon:
Hmmm! ... can you repeat the question please!Sorry, I got a bit side tracked there.
Just to confuse the issue - you may find that a polarising filter will do a better job of cutting through the haze.+1
Have a look here for an example: