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Compatible lenses Are the lenses from the Canon Rebel 35 mm camera compatible with this digital model?

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All Canon EOS cameras (including the film Rebels and the digital Rebels) can use the same EF lenses.

There are some Canon lenses named EF-S that will only work with recent models of Canon digital SLR cameras, but EF lenses will work with all Canon digital SLRs.

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