Auto lense stopped working. other lenses work fine EOS 5D
I've had a ef 50mm1:1.4 lense for my Canon EOS 5D sinse august and it has worked fine. Suddenly it stopped working. using the the automatic setting...when I push the button to take the picture nothing happens. I did take a few photos in the cold air yesterday at about 36degrees and it seemd to work fine. When I use a different lense on it works fine.
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Re: Auto lense stopped working. other lenses work fine...
Try cleaning the contacts on the lens. Use a clean pencil eraser and hold the lens upside down so that the eraser debris falls onto the table and not into the lens. If this doesn't fix the problem then you need to have the lens repaired.
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You can use Canon EF lenses. Be careful not to use EF-S lenses, as they cast a smaller image circle for cropped-sensor cameras, not big enough for full-frame cameras.There are other third-party manufacturers that make lenses with Canon EF mounts, such as Sigma and Tamron. Each manufacturer has their own designation for cropped-sensor lenses, so you'll have to check the specifications for each of them.
The short answer is yes, in fact the "Red One" does just that. Now where to get these adapters is another story in itself as most are custom made to communicate with the camera. Adapters to mount "Medium Format Lenses" have been around since shortly after Canon introduced the EOS camera, with better then expected results. The only one the was and still is a huge let down is going from Canons own manual focus lens to the auto focus, you can find them cheap but you loose. I've personally used on a Canon EOS system Medium format Prime lenses from Hasselblad, Pentax and Mamiya. If you go into e-Bay and do a search for lens adapters you'll find a huge assortment. Cheers have fun with it
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Hi It is well known that some lenses made by Canon for the EOS film camera range do not work well with digital SLRs. Canon lenses work fine but it may be worth checking if the Sigma has a known problem with EOS digtal bodies.