I have a
Canon EF 100mm Macro and a
Canon EF-S 18-200mm Lens, and using a
Canon EOS 60D.
I believed that when setting the Zoom Lens to 100mm it would show the same field of view as the one from Macro.
Turns that I was wrong. Even putting the Zoom Lens to 200mm, the field of view from the Macro Lens is "closer". But why is that?
I tried to google and just read that there should not be any differences between the EF and the EF-S model regarding the crop factor.
Here the two pictures in question (both taken from tripod):
Image 1 - 100mm Macro Lens - Exif <-- It's more zoomed in than Image 2