On 1/6/2008 3:24 AM, michel thoby's hamster got loose on the keyboard
and typed ...:
> Le 6 janv. 08 à 04:52, Pat Swovelin a écrit :
>> The Canon 350D *is* an APC-C sensor body and the lens *is* designed
>> that sensor size so you can buy it with confidence (knowing that it
>> *will* fit that camera body). OTOH it won't work if you upgrade to a
>> fullframe sensor (e.g., the 5D, 10D, etc.).
> Hi Pat,
> IMHO this thread may now bewilder the present or future reader as I
> have been myself got confused. There are inconsistencies between the
> title and the message content(s) that were probably introduced by
> successive partial quoting...
My reply above was in reference to the poster's desire to get the new
Sigma 4.5mm (the text directly above my quote) which is designed for an
> I am however convinced that both could be used when fitted on a FF
> camera and I bet that somebody shall soon shave the sunshield of the
> 10 mm model and shall measure the *actual* FOV of both fisheyes ;-)
And we know who's going to be doing that, don't we? =8^)
> BTW Pat, aren't you confusing EOS 10D with EOS 1Ds?
So I left off a wimpy zero and a zero is nothing. So if I missed by
nothing then it's a direct hit and I'm correct.
How's that for circular logic? =8^)
Thanks for the catch.
Cool Guy @ Large