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I have a Cosina AF Macro 100mm lens that I used on

I have a Cosina AF Macro 100mm lensthat I used on my 1000FN Canon EOS. will this Lens work on my Canon 400D Digital EOS?

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You should be able to use that lens with it. As long as it attaches to the SLR body ok. The thing to be aware of is with better technology in the newer camera you may have AF issues with that particular lens.

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All you can do is to contact Canon customer care to request that the lens is exchanged.

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