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Yes this lens is compatible with a Canon 1100d. Because a APS-C camera (cameras which accept EF-S lenses) have a smaller sensor than full frame cameras they do appear to crop the image in a way. Basically all lenses have what is called an image circle. They project the image onto the film or sensor. A crop sensor (APS-… see more Yes this lens is compatible with a Canon 1100d. Because a APS-C camera (cameras which accept EF-S lenses) have a smaller sensor than full frame cameras they do appear to crop the image in a way. Basically all lenses have what is called an image circle. They project the image onto the film or sensor. A crop sensor (APS-C) will show you a smaller area of the image compared to a full frame. So whilst a 50mm lens is always a 50mm lens, you will see what appears to be a cropped part of the image compared to if it was taken on a full frame sensor. So this 50mm lens shows an area of the image circle that is the same crop as a 80mm lens on a full frame camera.
This is nothing to worry about and can be very useful - for example a 70-300mm zoom is like having a 112mm to 480mm zoom when used on APS-C cameras which allows you to get closer to distant subjects. This is calculated by taking the original lens focal length and multiplying it by the crop factor - this is 1.6 for APS cameras. So 50 x 1.6 = 80. This is a great lens for people and portraits on a APS-C camera.
A 50mm lens is always a 50mm lens. It's just that on a crop sensor camera you are seeing a smaller part of the image than on a full frame camera. The depth of field is the same on both cameras. So using this at f/1.8 will give you the same depth of field on both cameras if taken from the exact same position. It can be confusing and is hard to explain without diagrams. It's nothing to worry about though - this lens will produce great images on full frame and APS-C. The only limitation is your imagination. see less
Yes this lens is compatible with a Canon 1100d. Because a APS-C camera (cameras which accept EF-S lenses) have a smaller sensor than full frame cameras they do appear to crop the image in a way. Basically all lenses have what is called an image circle. They project the image onto the film or sensor. A crop sensor (APS-C) will show you a smaller area of the image compared to a full frame. So whilst a 50mm lens is always a 50mm lens, you will see what appears to be a cropped part of the image compared to if it was taken on a full frame sensor. So this 50mm lens shows an area of the image circle that is the same crop as a 80mm lens on a full frame camera.
This is nothing to worry about and can be very useful - for example a 70-300mm zoom is like having a 112mm to 480mm zoom when used on APS-C cameras which allows you to get closer to distant subjects. This is calculated by taking the original lens focal length and multiplying it by the crop factor - this is 1.6 for APS cameras. So 50 x 1.6 = 80. This is a great lens for people and portraits on a APS-C camera.
A 50mm lens is always a 50mm lens. It's just that on a crop sensor camera you are seeing a smaller part of the image than on a full frame camera. The depth of field is the same on both cameras. So using this at f/1.8 will give you the same depth of field on both cameras if taken from the exact same position. It can be confusing and is hard to explain without diagrams. It's nothing to worry about though - this lens will produce great images on full frame and APS-C. The only limitation is your imagination.

AbsolutelyN
· 23 June 2015
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Yes it is compatible with the 70d. Biggest difference between this one and the 1.4 is the difference in aperture size affecting how much light you can let in. The 1.4 is also 2.5 times more expensive than this 1.8 so it's up to you if you think more light is worth the added cost.
alumangoh
Seller · 26 November 2015
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Yes. Full UK Warranty.
Woodburner
· 30 October 2016
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Yes Sean ,as do all canon lenses,as far as I know. Mine did. Regards Geoff
Geoff
· 12 June 2016
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It's an EF lens made by Canon, so yeah obviously
Samuel Jones
· 26 November 2017
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Yes. Mine is on a 70D
Rob ashley
· 02 December 2017
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Absolutely, I use the 750D, this camera can use any EF or EF-S lens. Be aware that using an APS-C censor will give an equivalent of around a 75mm focal length when using a 50mm lens.
jack
· 02 January 2018
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You'd need an E mount to EF mount (sony to canon) with a full size sensor this should shoot at 50mm as advertised, 50mm gives an almost true to life view. The A7 is great in low light, so coupled with the wide aperture of this lens it should shoot great
jack
· 02 January 2018
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Hello there. To tell you the truth I have absolutely no idea. Hopefully someone else will be able to help you. 🐾
Nik E.
· 31 May 2018
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I am afraid I don't know about the 40d, but is a great. lense. I am sure if you check with canon or possibly Amazon, even eBay you will find out. Check Jessops or Currys, just don't buy it there. Best of luck.
J. Halpin
· 04 January 2018