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Feb 09, 2009 19:08 |  #1

Ok, maybe this is the 100th time this has been asked but I searched and couldn't find anything to point me in the right direction. Is it possible? I read the sticky and couldn't find a definitive answer (Saw the spreadsheet and there are some extenders with no data under EF-S). Can you pair an extender with a Tokina 50-135?

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Feb 09, 2009 19:16 |  #2

Ariel wrote in post #7290938 (external link)
Ok, maybe this is the 100th time this has been asked but I searched and couldn't find anything to point me in the right direction. Is it possible? I read the sticky and couldn't find a definitive answer (Saw the spreadsheet and there are some extenders with no data under EF-S). Can you pair an extender with a Tokina 50-135?

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Ariel, your thread title and question don't match. Just curious.... A Tokina lens is not an EF-S lens.


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Feb 09, 2009 19:42 as a reply to  @ SkipD's post |  #3

SkipD sorry about that, EF-S format. white aligning dot . That's what im referring to. I know its not a Canon Lens, is this the wrong forum for that? My excuses if it is.


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Feb 09, 2009 19:55 |  #4

Ariel wrote in post #7291171 (external link)
SkipD sorry about that, EF-S format. white aligning dot. That's what im referring to. I know its not a Canon Lens, is this the wrong forum for that? My excuses if it is.

Nah, talking about a third party lens isn't a problem here. I just wanted to get through the confusing part there so someone can properly answer the question.

No EF-S lens can be used on an extender because the rear elements can project to the rear too much.

I don't know anything about the design specs on any of the third-party lenses that use the EF mount because I don't own any and have never used any. Hopefully somebody will be able to answer your original question now that we know what's what .


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