35-135 usm

Discussion in 'Canon EOS' started by dan_oherlihy, Nov 1, 2007.

  1. Does anyone know if my non digital canon 35-135 usm image stabelized lens will
    work on a digital body?
  2. If the lens is a genuine Canon lens, then it will fit all Canon EOS bodies.
  3. what's "non-digital"?
  4. I have a digital tripod. I guess means you kin grab it wiz yo' digits.

    I had a 1990 EF 35-135 4.0-5.6 USM (kit lens for the EOS 10S). It was the first consumer
    optic with ring-type USM and FTM. Worked fine on my 10D.
  5. Besides the fact that you lens is either not "image stabelized" or its not an 35-135 its going to work with a digital EOS body. Just keep in mind, that this lens doesn't give the same field of view that it gave on film bodies. (This applies to most digital bodies).
  6. I have used my 35-135/USM on my 30D - no worries.

  7. There is no 35-135mm image stabilized Canon lens. There is an old 35-135mm USM lens from the film era that is not image stabilized, but it should work fine on your camera. There is also an image-stabilized 28-135mm lens that is more recent, which should also be fine.

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