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What Crop lenses work on APS-H: compatabilty thread

 
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Mar 05, 2011 19:52 |  #1

There are a lot of us out there with 1D Mk XX and are often torn between which lens to pick up. Most lenses are either designed for crop APS-C (1.6x on Canon) or Full frame. The 1.3 crop factor of the 1D can sometimes make choosing lenses a bit of a conundrum.

I hope we can get a thread going where all the good folks who have a 1D can maybe try to put a lens designed for APS-C on their 1D and check if it works.

Please post pictures of your APS-C lens on APS-H sensor results along with your thoughts of how the combination would work together.

I don't think I need to say this, but don't put EF-S lenses on your 1D. This thread is mainly for third party lenses.

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Mar 05, 2011 20:40 |  #2

The EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 is easily modified to fit onto the 1D bodies. You just have to pull out the rear baffle, and then it works from about 12mm on up to 22mm.

You can use the rear cover of the EF 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 or the EF 35mm f2 lenses to cover up the inner workings of the 10-22.

Username Sydor25 has plenty of images in the EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 lens sample image thread taken with the 10-22 on his 1D Mark III.

Here is a video showing how easy the modification is:

http://www.benjacobsen​photo.com …-ef-s-to-ef-conversion-2/ (external link)


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Dec 02, 2015 12:22 |  #3

All non-S series lenses work and they work great.

I've shot the 1D series bodies since 2005 and never encountered any problem with all the Canon L lenses.




  
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Dec 04, 2015 00:03 |  #4

Well, EF-S lenses won't mount to the body without modifying the lens a bit and they run the risk of being struck by the mirror. Third party lenses usually use an EF mount so they will mount but if they are designed for the smaller APS-C sensor they may not have enough coverage to avoid dark corners.

I tried several on my 1D and found that only the UWA zooms really covered the sensor and only at the mid to tele end of their range. My Tokina 11-16 was usable on APS-H from 13 to 16 IIRC. The 50-135 however didn't fully cover the sensor at any zoom setting.

So basically I was using regular EF lenses plus some UWA third party crop sensor lenses.


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Dec 04, 2015 07:54 |  #5

the Sigma 10-20 works well on the APS-H. I had one with my 1DII years ago and if you dont use the hood you only get slight vignetting at 10mm from what I recall


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Dec 04, 2015 08:08 |  #6

Zombie thread revived after 4 years.


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Dec 04, 2015 08:32 as a reply to  @ DGStinner's post |  #7

Nooooo! So I missed the chance to point out the zombie-ness and instead gave a serious answer. Agh!


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Dec 07, 2015 17:54 |  #8

andywrightphoto wrote in post #17804700 (external link)
All non-S series lenses work and they work great.

I've shot the 1D series bodies since 2005 and never encountered any problem with all the Canon L lenses.

Well, yes, Andy, of course they do.
But the OP's question wasn't about non-S lenses, it was ONLY about the EF-S series lenses (and possibly third party lenses made for crop sensor bodies).

DGStinner wrote in post #17806888 (external link)
Zombie thread revived after 4 years.

Is there any problem with that? The older threads still provide lots of valuable, pertinent information, and there is still a lot to be gained by posting to them and thereby reviving them.


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