I own a Canon EOS 1100D camera that was released in 2011. What lenses are still compatible with this model?
Canon EF lenses: All of them. Every single one made since 1987 when the EF mount was introduced.
Canon EF-S lenses: All of them. Every single one made since 2004 when EF-S lenses were introduced along with the EOS 20D.
Other lenses made by third ...
No, you can't. In general, lenses made for one brand can't fit on another brand without an adapter, and in this case, there are no good options.
Using a "naive" mechanical adapter would end you up with a macro lens that you would have to focus by moving the whole camera (or using a helicoid/bellows equipped adapter set) and that you could not set the ...
Yes, because you are using a crop camera, you can use the EW-83J hood on your 24-105 without any vignetting or other effects.
Here is a chart that shows many other alternate lens and hood combinations.
Lenses advertised as using the Sony E-mount (Wikipedia) are compatible with Sony NEX cameras, including your NEX-F3.
The Meike-E-35-1.7 lens you linked to has an E-mount bayonet, so it is compatible with your camera.
The Helios 44M-2 lens you linked to has an M42 mount bayonet, so it is not directly compatible with your camera. However, you can get a M42-...
Consider supporting your local economy by purchasing a lens at a local camera store. Someone should be happy to assist you. Lenses are often organized by mount, so all lenses of interest should be located together. You can try them in store to ensure they work with your camera.
When searching online, look for lenses that specifically state they are for Canon ...
How it normally works with a lens with an aperture control ring: the camera will meter with the lens wide-open, and when you press the shutter, the lens will stop down until it is physically stopped by the setting of the aperture control ring. The camera will know ahead of time what the aperture ring's setting is because there is a position lever on the ...
As stated in the lens description, the Meike is a e-mount lens, so yes it is compatible with your camera (it is even listed in the description).
As for the Helios, this is a readily available (and cheaper on eBay or any Craigslist-like website) m42 screw-mount. It can be adapted to an e-mount camera with an adapter (m42 to NEX, m42 to e-mount, depending on ...
The 160E, 200E, and 300EZ from the same era as your 540EZ will only work in full power mode on digital EOS bodies, including your Canon EOS 5D. There's no way to control them manually and they will not work in E-TTL mode. The E/EZ series of flashes are TTL and A-TTL compatible, but not E-TTL compatible.
TTL and A-TTL are dependent upon a metering sensor in ...
Depends on your definition of "works."
The Neewer TT560/Godox TT560/Amazon Basics flash is a single-pin manual only flash. It cannot do TTL, HSS, or talk to your camera's flash menus. All you can tell this flash to do via the single pin on its foot is tell it when to fire. And that should work on an Olympus camera hotshoe or with radio triggers. But that'...
For the vast majority of Canon lens hoods, if the number part of the name of the hood is the same as the number part of the name of another hood then the hood will mount on lenses for which the other hood was made.
There are a few exceptions for hoods that do not use the typical bayonet style attachment. For instance, the ET-65III made for the EF 85mm f/1.8,...
No, it's not true.
I have the Canon EOS 2000D.
I also have a 50mm f/1.8 STM and great many other STM lenses. All of them work just fine.
I also happen to have one USM lens: 85mm f/1.8 USM. It works fine, too.
I agree that STM and USM lenses are the best, so you should consider only those. About the only non-STM non-USM lens today offered as new is the ...
In your search of adapters, you probably found two types:
Those with lenses
Those without lenses
Those without simply act as spacers, bringing the flange focal distance up to that of the design for the lens. For example, the Sony A7RII has a FFD of 18mm while the Nikon F mount has an FFD of 46.5mm.
This means that any Sony-> Nikon mount need simply ...
I think this page says it all:
The 540EZ will not support E-TTL, and thus won't work on digital EOS cameras for automatic flash exposure.
If you want to use it in manual mode, the flash will probably work because 5D doesn't have a crippled hot shoe. But, whenever I'm using an on-camera flash instead of using it off-camera, I'm usually shooting something ...
As far as still imaging goes, all STM lenses should work on your Canon Rebel T7/2000D.
In terms of using continuous AF while shooting video, the Rebel T7/2000D lacks Dual Pixel CMOS AF that many higher Canon EOS models, including the Rebel T4i/650D and later models in that series, feature. It probably also lacks the capability to continuously focus with STM ...
Any lens which is compatible with cameras in list is compatible with your Canon EOS 1000D. As far as I see cameras in the list have EF-S and EF socket. Your camera have EF-S socket and is compatible with EF and EF-S lens.
writing this after experiencing autofocus not working with some of my sigma (nikon mount) lenses on my d600 but working fine with the d7100.
here is what i found: camera firmware version 1.03 is the cause.
remedy: downgrade to 1.02 fixed the issue for me
took me 15 minutes to do.