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If your old 75-300mm lens is made by Canon then it will also work with any Canon digital SLR body including digital Rebels. All Canon EOS EF lenses will work with any current or past Canon digital SLR.
Technology Guy answered on April 25, 2011
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I have a Canon Rebel film camera and a 75-300mm lens that goes with it. If I purchase a new Canon Rebel Digital, will that lens work with it?
Tamara J. Dean answered on April 25, 2011
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You're quite welcome. Just make sure to stick to reputable Canon dealers - there are a LOT of scammers out there offering prices that are too good to be true (and are). Be sure to check ResellerRatings.com
Technology Guy answered on April 25, 2011
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Technology Guy answered on February 15, 2012
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The Sigma lens probably won't work. Their film-era lenses often cause errors on Canon DSLRs when you try to close the aperture. You can email Sigma and ask them - they're pretty good about answering. The Quantaray may work if it isn't a rebadged Sigma.
Technology Guy answered on October 19, 2010
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Film era lenses work wonderfully on the Olympus 4/3rds system. I have a number of them and with the proper adapter and stop down metering you can achieve amazing results. I use OM, Nikon, Vivitar and Minolta lenses. It also means that you aren't just throwing good things away and your using lenses that have actually made history. Your also really shooting.. and not just the camera...makes a difference!
Jack Mckechnie answered on April 19, 2011
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Thank you so much!! Now all I need to do is find an affordable digital Canon Rebel!
Tamara J. Dean answered on April 25, 2011
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hank you so much!! Now all I need to do is find an affordable digital Canon Rebel!
Tamara J. Dean answered on April 25, 2011
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I certainly will! Thanks for the heads up!
Tamara J. Dean answered on April 25, 2011
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How about this? I used to use a Canon AE-1 taking pictures for a newspaper and loved it. I still have a number of lenses that fit it (of course) will they also fit -- and work with -- the digital Rebel line? You mentioned "errors" while "closing the aperture" problem. Some are Canon lenses, but one is made by Deitz and one is a Kalimar.
Raci570 answered on February 15, 2012
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