10-14-2013 10:18 PM
YES. Your lens is an EF mount lens (works on a full frame sensor or 35 mm film body) and the 6D needs EF lenses.
10-15-2013 11:16 AM - edited 10-15-2013 11:17 AM
should function the same BUT it may not be as perfect optically as newer lenses. With film you weren't able to enlarge your negatives in the same way you can with a digital file using your monitor to view at 100%. People like doing that but in the real world you won't print that big with great results.
11-27-2013 04:55 AM
i have a zoom lens ef 70-210mm 1:4 that ive used on my 35mm and the other day i bought a rebel eos t3 dslr online, i was wondering if i will be able to use my zoom lens on it? (hasnt came in yet)
11-27-2013 09:40 AM
georgey, the key here is "EF". If the lens in question is labeled EF, it will bolt up. But the real question, like the observation above, is it a good idea?
You are the one to decide that. If the results you get suit your needs than go for it.
11-27-2013 12:04 PM
I tried this lens on my new Canon 6D and it works fine except that on the Macro setting it labors and has a hard time obtaining focus. Never could get it to work on Macro and the motor labored. It worked fine so far on regular focusing.