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No limitation, providing the correct mount is chosen. Here is amazon link for Canon mount http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00JM15OCW Alternatives Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM, £ 299.00 however that will not cover 18-70mm Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM, £ 129.00 Tamron 28-300MM F/3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD, £ 489.00, but not macro Tamron 18-270mm F/3.5-6.3 Di ...
Yes. Just make sure that you buy the Canon mount version for this lens, as third party lens makers generally also make versions with mounts for Nikon and other camera brands.
The EF or EF-s version of this lens will work on your camera, or any ASP-C Canon EOS DSLR, or the EOS M, with a separate adapter (the EF-s to EF-m adapter). The lens will be able to be attached to other Canon DSLRs (i.e. 1D, 5D, or 6D) but extreme vignetting (i.e. very dark corners of the image, possible extending a significant distance into the image) will ...
If it's low-light work you're primarily intending to do then the f2.8 lenses are a better option as they are an f-stop brighter than the Canon 24-105 f4L. Image stablisation can only do so much and having a wider aperture will give you a head start in low-light environments, making IS less necessary. Also bear in mind you're less likely to need IS at wider ...
Using a teleconverter on a a Rebel body with a slow zoom lens is not likely to work well, unfortunately. Autofocus will not work and image quality is going to be poor. You are much better off saving to buy a longer lens.
The Canon teleconverter (TC) has a lens element that extends out from the barrel and so prevents your current lens from mating to it. What that means is that you need a TC that doesn't extend like that. There are a few, but given that you have a Tamron lens, you might consider the Tamron 2x TC as an option. I couldn't find any documentation that said it ...
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