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In article<f9s5ehFm1a6U1@mid.individual.net>, Paul Carmichael<wibbleypants@gmail.com> wrote:

> I recently bought a 6D mkII.
> 
> It is obviously a superior camera to the 1000D that I have had for some time.
> The problem 
> is, I have an EFS lens (Sigma 10-20) which cannot be used on the full frame.
> 
> I sort of decided to keep the old camera body just for that lens (and maybe
> for the 400 - 
> does that make sense?).

keeping a sigma lens never makes sense.