Is there a trick to attaching the telephoto lens? Is there an adapter or something that needs to be taken off the lens to make it fit the Canon camera? I can't match up the interface to make it work
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What kind of error? Err 99?
You mention DS 126151, that's the model number. This camera is mostly know as Canon EOS Rebel XTi? Also known as the EOS 400D or EOS Kiss Digital X.
If you are getting a Err 99 while shooting, try any other lens that will fit on your Canon. In most cases the aperture will become defect in these lenses. Not worth repairing if you ask me. One thing you could do, is shoot only at its maximum aperture. So that'll be F4.0 at 70mm and F5.6 at 300mm. That might work, but that might not be suitable in every situation.
One side of the reverse adapter has a 67mm thread, the other side has a lens mount. Mount it to the camera body as if it were a lens. Bear in mind that it's intended to screw onto the front of a lens and then mounted onto a camera to put the lens onto the camera in a "backward" position.
Sigma makes their lenses with a variety of camera mounts. If you get the lens with a Canon mount then yes, it will fit any EOS Rebel camera body. A lens with a Pentax mount, for example, will not fit a Canon camera.
Yep these work on all D-SLR,S you might need a t-mount to make it fit you camera ,cheap as chips on the bay .Use the camera on manual mode set fstop and focus on the len,s no af on these old slook types of telephoto you may have issues at these massive focal lenght as no IS on the len,s or you canon so tripod and cable release or self timer needed .But it will work massivly slow at 2600mm so long exposure time expected .
Canon EF 50mm f1.4 USM Medium Telephoto Lens for Canon SLR Cameras. cannon isthe shop where you can buy this. it is also the company where it is made there warenty period is for 90 days.it has image stablization but some of them dont have