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Feb 28, 2013 21:06 |  #1

I have decided, with my husband's blessing, to purchase a Canon 7D. It will be an upgrade from my T1i.

I have several lens that I want to make sure will fit on the 7D.
Canon EF 100-400mm, Canon EF100mm macro, Canon EF-S 10-22mm wide angle, Canon EF-S 55-250 and the Canon EF-S 18-55.


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Feb 28, 2013 21:08 |  #2

Yes, those will all work with the 7D.


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Feb 28, 2013 21:11 |  #3

All lenses with EF or EF-S fit the EOS cameras


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Feb 28, 2013 21:18 |  #4

Naturalist wrote in post #15663278 (external link)
All lenses with EF or EF-S fit the EOS cameras

EF-s lenses won't fit the "full-frame" cameras.


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Mar 01, 2013 01:26 |  #5

Good choice! I absolutely love mine. Enjoy your new 7D (:


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Mar 01, 2013 01:35 |  #6

You're going to love your upgrade.


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Mar 01, 2013 09:22 |  #7

Naturalist wrote in post #15663278 (external link)
All lenses with EF or EF-S fit the EOS cameras

Not exactly. The 7D, like all recent Canon APS-C crop sensor bodies, will work with any EF or EF-S lens. Any Canon body with a full frame or APS-H sensor will only work with EF lenses.

fyi, I know some people have modified EF-S lenses to work with full frame bodies, so the above statement's caveat is "without modifying the lens".


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Mar 01, 2013 13:11 |  #8

If it works on your t1i, it will work on the 7d.


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Mar 01, 2013 13:40 |  #9

echang72 wrote in post #15663794 (external link)
Good choice! I absolutely love mine. Enjoy your new 7D (:

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Mar 01, 2013 22:05 |  #10

Went to Costco today and picked up a 7D :) They had a great deal which included a camera bag, speedlite 320EX, and a EF 28-135 lens, battery, charger and 8 GB memory card all for $1599.00.

I had looked on other sites and for that price, it only included the body.

Have been messing around with it a little, but I have a lot to learn. Can't wait until tomorrow morning when I can really take it out and test it.

So far I'm very impressed with the high ISO I can use.

I think I will have fun with this camera.


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Mar 01, 2013 22:08 |  #11

runninmann wrote in post #15663296 (external link)
EF-s lenses won't fit the "full-frame" cameras.

But they will fit the 7D which is not a Full Frame camera.


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Mar 02, 2013 06:54 |  #12

Scott M wrote in post #15664520 (external link)
Not exactly. The 7D, like all recent Canon APS-C crop sensor bodies, will work with any EF or EF-S lens. Any Canon body with a full frame or APS-H sensor will only work with EF lenses.

fyi, I know some people have modified EF-S lenses to work with full frame bodies, so the above statement's caveat is "without modifying the lens".

But a modified ef-s won't n cover the entire sensor on an FF camera either. So your not seeing the whole picture. ;)


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Mar 06, 2013 10:49 |  #13

I too am considering the 7d (upgrading from a 40d) and am wondering how steep the learning curve is on the 7d.




  
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Mar 06, 2013 14:46 |  #14

methoslvr wrote in post #15683472 (external link)
I too am considering the 7d (upgrading from a 40d) and am wondering how steep the learning curve is on the 7d.

Not much... the main thing you will notice is you can't use the same batteries... which can suck if you had a good number of them.


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Mar 06, 2013 15:45 |  #15

I found the learning curve from a SX20IS to a T3i to be much greater than the T3i to 7D. Read the manual and practice as you read.


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