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problem with canon T1i

 
missu.4ever
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May 30, 2011 23:13 |  #1

hi guys
i have a problem with my canon T1i
i just bought 35-105 lens for my t1i canon camera
anyway when i was trying to join the lens with my camera body i couldn't
cause the size of the ring i think
please help me deal with my issue :(




  
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May 30, 2011 23:16 |  #2

It sounds like that is an old lens with a different camera mount.




  
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May 30, 2011 23:32 |  #3

is it a push pull lens? The only EF 35-105 that canon made is a push pull. the other 35-105 is an FD mount.


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May 31, 2011 00:52 as a reply to  @ geeky's post |  #4

i think i have the 35-105 is an FD mount
so what should i do ???? to make fit
is there any way ?
i have no experience with lens & camera at all




  
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May 31, 2011 02:56 |  #5

there is a fd to eos mount but its not worth it.


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May 31, 2011 03:47 as a reply to  @ daveyboi's post |  #6

Here's what probably happened: you have an older Canon 35-105mm lens, (external link) built for the older, now discontinued type of Canon film SLR that used the FD lens mount. (external link) Canon stopped making this kind of camera and lens 24 years ago.

Unfortunately, you're stuck with the wrong kind of lens. It's just like buying a tire that's the wrong size for a car, or a pipe fitting that's the incorrect diameter or thread. Unless you can get a refund, you'll have to accept the expense and start learning about the kind of lenses made for the current Canon EOS line of cameras. (external link)




  
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