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John Turco
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      11-23-2009
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Филимон Лаковид
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      11-24-2009
In general: a DX lens mounted on a FF camera will typically result in
vignetting under at least some condition (apperture/focal lenght
combination). The other way round, i.e. mounting a FF lens on a DX
camera is no problem.

Canon specific: Any EOS-lens can be mounted on any EOS-camera. However
the EOS system (using the EF mount) is completely incompatible to the
earlier FD mount system.
 
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