08-12-2020 11:36 AM
08-12-2020 02:33 PM
I have never seen it specified. Possibly because Canon, unlike Zeiss, is manufacturing their lens for a specific camera system and therefore no one needs to know that property of the lens.
08-17-2020 07:45 PM - edited 08-17-2020 07:58 PM
Thanks. I am aware of all that. But thank you very much.
The Zeiss Classic/Milvus/Otus DIF (Diameter Image Field) is 43mm (all lenses but the Otus 28mm = 43,3mm ).
My sensor is 0,8mm bigger than 43mm. An hair but, there is a tiny difference.
Where is Canon lenses DIF?
According to EOS Magazine, the image circle of an EF lens is 43.2mm and EF-S is 27.3mm. This article is about tilt/shift lenses, which have a much larger image circle.
I hope this helps.