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    FS: Canon EOS IX (+ Advantix film) APX

    Ok so I have too many projects, one was this camera which I wanted to re-roll film to use as it's actually a great camera, full manual control etc. But I'm de-GASing and it has to go! I payed about $200 at the time but offering it $50 shipped.

    Still works great, and comes with one roll of kodak 400 APX film to start you off.

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    Whoops, forgot the important part... Very clean inside.

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    Bump $45 shipped.

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    In case it helps, as I understand it, standard Canon EF lenses will work with these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    In case it helps, as I understand it, standard Canon EF lenses will work with these.
    Sorry, yes BOTH EF and EF-S lenses work on this camera, it was THE FIRST cropped frame EOS camera the digital cropped frame sensor was based on this APX size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Sorry, yes BOTH EF and EF-S lenses work on this camera, it was THE FIRST cropped frame EOS camera the digital cropped frame sensor was based on this APX size.
    Stone:

    The EF-S lenses won't fit. The EOS IX preceded the EF-S mount by about 7 years. The EF-S lenses would cover the APS film, but you cannot attach the lenses to the camera.

    It is the same situation with the digital 10D and some of the 1D series.
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    Thanks, I could have sworn it did fit, as all that's different is the mirror size and that's what prevents the EF-S from fitting on normal EF bodies, so thought it would fit. I could have sworn I tried it once. Anyway when I get home Monday I'll confirm but I'm sure you're right as usual. Still a good camera looking for a tinkerer

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Thanks, I could have sworn it did fit, as all that's different is the mirror size and that's what prevents the EF-S from fitting on normal EF bodies, so thought it would fit. I could have sworn I tried it once. Anyway when I get home Monday I'll confirm but I'm sure you're right as usual. Still a good camera looking for a tinkerer
    Be careful - some EF-S lenses will make contact with a swinging mirror on a camera designed for EF lenses.

    It shouldn't let you mount an unmodified EF-S lens.
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    To my understanding the EF-S lenses are built (due to the smaller mirror of the APS format) for a shorter sensor-mount distance than the full size EF-lenses. The Canon film-APS SLR though was still built to the longer distance to accept the given range of full-format EF-lenses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
    To my understanding the EF-S lenses are built (due to the smaller mirror of the APS format) for a shorter sensor-mount distance than the full size EF-lenses. The Canon film-APS SLR though was still built to the longer distance to accept the given range of full-format EF-lenses.
    The sensor / film plane is in the same location relative to the mount location, it's just the mirror issue, though there may be other issues, I swear I've previously mounted EF-S lenses to it but I've owned it for 6 years so I can't recall.

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