EOS 300 (Film)


Nanonova

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Hi all,
I am new to using SLR and especially a film one.
I am using a Canon EOS 300 with a 38 - 76mm AF lens.
Can I ask if I want to have shoot anything further, what lens should I be getting?
Thanks in advance~
 

Octarine

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Any lens can shoot something further, the question is: how big will it appear in the frame? To achieve a smaller Field of View you need to select a lens with a longer focal length. (Please read up the highlighted terms, they are basic ones in photography.) Here a simulator that show the effect of lenses with different focal length: http://www.usa.canon.com/app/html/EFLenses101/focal_length.html
For prices (yes, we can hear that question coming) please check our price guides. Do pay attention to the different lens types, your EOS 300 cannot mount EF-S lenses, only EF types.
 

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