Using Tamron 150-600mm on a Canon 1000D for wildlife photography until upgrade?

Started Jan 29, 2022 | Questions thread
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Using Tamron 150-600mm on a Canon 1000D for wildlife photography until upgrade?
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Ok, so a local photographer is selling the Tamron 150-600mm for a very good and affordable price. However, while we have both a Canon 1000D and Sony A58, the lens cannot be used on the A58, apparently, but surely it can be used on the 1000D, yes? IF so, then maybe we should get the lens for now while we can and use the lens on our 1000D camera until we will upgrade the camera to Canon 7D2, which the Tamron 150-600mm lens will work on anyways, and then at some later point, we'll upgrade the lens to the Sigma 150-600mm and sell the Tamron lens... How does that sound for a plan? Does it seem like a well-working plan, or?

We will use the lens to take wildlife photos, both in winter and summer.

We also have a Sigma 70-300mm lens for the Sony A58, but the Canon 1000D + Tamron 150-600mm will be a better combination for wildlife photography, yes?

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Canon EOS 1000D (EOS Rebel XS / Kiss F Digital) Sony SLT-A58
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