04-07-2013 10:18 AM - edited 04-07-2013 10:27 AM
NO, it's designed for crop bodies. You'll get images that look like you shot them through a pipe.
04-07-2013 03:45 PM
04-08-2013 08:27 AM
There is some concern that the lens may strike the camera mirror. The Sigma 10-20mm and the Canon 1D x is not a logical duo? Why?
Canon EF-S lens' won't even mount!
04-08-2013 08:49 AM
In my experience (which is limited) there is a physical difference between a Canon Brand EF-S lens & those used by Tamron & Sigma (but designed for crop bodies). The Sigma 18-200's I've owned along with the Tamron 18-270 fit my 1Ds & 1Ds2 just like an EF mount lens. Nothing protruded into the mirror box area or interfered with mounting them to the body and the mirror didn't hit them when taking a photo, which is why I was able to take samples of what the combination produced.
04-08-2013 12:02 PM - edited 04-08-2013 12:04 PM
Most 3rd party lens (I cannot say all) make EF and EF-S mount the same (some says to save money). Only Canon EF-S is different. So you can mount any third party crop lens onto your full frame camera (but don't take my words for it).
04-08-2013 05:15 PM
Not trying to judge anyone's choice of equipment because I have seen some pretty darn nice photos with some pretty weird combinations.
That said it has to raise some eyebrows if someone wants to bolt a third party, off-brand, APS-C lens to a Canon flagship model Canon 1D X camera.
Maybe it's just me but again, why?
04-08-2013 05:30 PM