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Hi to everyone,
  I was thinking if the new bred of lenses made for digital camera bodies are compatible with the full frame digital version. I am not sure about Nikon and Canon but I know some 3rd party lenses are not. So, investment wise I should be careful in buying lenses ..so if  the "hobby" FF version  ever be released I will have no problems with my collection of lenses. I am ignorant on this issues,please give us some light.Thanks PipHos.

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there are some digitally designed 3rd party lenses that are also fully compatible with fullframe - meaning the whole 35mm frame is captured.

there are also digitally designed lenses (ie dx for nikon) that may be used with 35mm fullframe cameras -BUT- will cause vignetting on some focal lengths.

for canon, efs lenses are only for 1.6 crop cameras - it CANT be used on 35mm FF cameras, i think this is due to the mirror assembly and the efs's lens (rear) design

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