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Canon T-70 Lens Compatibility
by John in Tennessee
Canon T-70 Camera
After many years without a nice camera (used a T-70 for many years back in the day) I am looking at buying a new camera! I have a 28mm and a 52-135mm canon Sky 1-A lens and wondered if any of these lenses would work on any of the newer Canon digital cameras? Any helpful advice will be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
Thanks for asking about using older film camera lenses for a newer Canon digital camera. Although you can you can retrofit older lenses to newer cameras in many cases, I don't recommend it. Film lenses focus the light differently than lenses for digital cameras and aren't as advanced in design and performance.
You can upgrade to a new Canon "crop sensor" digital camera and a nice kit lens such as the 18-135mm for a remarkably affordable price, including a mirrorless Canon.
You can use the search function on my site to read many the posts about the Canon digital Canon cameras and lenses.
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