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I have a canon EOS 2000d and a EF 75-300mm lens. Can I use a 1.4 or 2 x extender ?
Hi John from the UK!
Thanks for asking about compatibility of using either a 1.4x or 2x tele-converter between your Canon 2000D(t7 here in the USA) camera and an EF 75-300mm lens.
The first thing to know is that EF lenses, like the 75-300, will work perfectly on both full frame Canon DSLRs as well as crop sensor (APS-C) cameras like the t7. You do need to remember there is a 1.6X crop factor.
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