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The Canon EOS 60D is a 18 MP DSLR (digital single-lens reflex) camera with an articulating LCD screen. The camera was released August 2010 and is identified by the EOS 60D printed on the front of the camera.

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AF motor not working in viewfinder but works in live view?

Hi! I have a Canon 60d and I realized that the AF motor might have issues. I'm not quite sure what the issue is. I can use the 18-55 lens with no problem. But when I try using a 50mm f1.8 or a 35mm f2 the AF doesn't seem to work in the viewfinder. It just makes slight tweak sounds like its trying to focus but it can't. Weird thing is that when I switch to live view the AF works for the 50mm and the 35mm lens. This left me to wonder that maybe the lens might have an error. I tried using the 50mm and 35mm lens on my Canon T5 and it seems to work perfectly. So I'm not sure if there just an in compatibility with the prime lens with the 60d because they are EF lens made for full frame. I'm not sure if the 60d doesn't function with full frame lens. My T5 is a crop sensor and it works with them so I'm very confused about what the issue is. Help me out thx!

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That's weird indeed.

The 60D should be able to work with full frame lenses without any trouble.

By the way, the Canon EOS system always has the autofocus motor in the lens, not in the body, unlike certain Nikon cameras.

You could try cleaning the contacts on the lenses, and the 60D's lens mount. A gentle wipe with a pencil eraser usually works well. Be careful to avoid getting any debris in the lenses and the body's mirrorbox!

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