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My old 52mm lens is compatible with the Canon Eos Rebel Xsi?

I am looking to buy the new Canon Rebel (EOS XSi) and today I got an Auto Zoom "macro" lens for $ 40 at the local pawn shop. The increase is 1:40-5.6 and f = 70-210mm. It also has a number of 25 ∅, I'm not quite sure what you mean. It has model number 8912346, and capital letters, bright red in the MC. All this information is in the front of the lens. Also was manufactured in Japan. It's a Minolta lens? Will the camera I said I'm looking at? I think it has a bayonet attachment but I'm not sure. It does if a bayonet attachment means it has a small plastic piece that slides back. In addition, the lid to cover the screws back in connection schedule. HELP!

First we must establish the age of your lens is. If it was before 1988, and is a lens of food and drink, no. From your description, you can have one of the old AE-1 camera and lens of food and beverages. Although there are adapters that can adapt old FD lenses for the new EOS, that can not focus to infinity and can not use the advanced EOS measurement system. When redesigned Canon cameras and lenses and EOS system was introduced, all previous Canon cameras and lenses became obsolete This is one of the reasons I switched to Nikon. I stayed with two camera bodies and four lenses that became obsolete during the night. The paper that was working at the time used Nikon so I was used to that system. I sold my Canon and bought a Nikon body and my lenses employers use until I could buy my own.

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