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Fotasy NAEFT Pro Canon EOS Lens to Sony NEX E-Mount Mirrorless Camera Adapter with Tripod Mount (Black)
|Price:||$19.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
- Allows Canon EOS Lens to be used on Sony E-Mount NEX camera body
- Infinity remains unchanged, so the lens does not need to be re-collimated or shimmed.
- There are no electrical contacts in the adapter ring. Exposure and focus has to be adjusted manually
- Designed for Sony NEX-3 NEX-3C NEX-3N NEX-5 NEX-5C NEX-5N NEX-5R NEX-5T NEX-6 NEX-7 NEX-F3 NEX-VG10 VG20 Cameras and new models
- Please note: This adapter does NOT work on Sony A7II, A7S
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|Item Dimensions||2 x 3 x 3 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.05 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Canon's cropped lenses are made for a 1.6x crop instead of a 1.5x like Sony, so there is a chance you will get vignetting when using EF-S lenses, but on both my cropped lenses the EF-S 10-22 and the Sigma 30mm 1.4 I didn't notice any more vignetting then normal (maybe at 10mm there was a tiny bit of darkening at the corners, but well within fixable levels for Lightroom). Canon EOS/EF lenses do not have aperture rings so all your lenses will be wide open. For me this isn't really a problem, since I'm mostly using my Canon lenses for the 1.4 and 2.8 apertures that are not as common in the E system. The one exception is that I almost always want to stop down the 100mm macro lens, and occasionally the 30mm 1.4 down to f/2. So to use this adapter, you need to put the lens on a Canon body in AV or M mode and set the aperture to the desired opening, press and hold the DOF preview button, while you remove the lens (also while the camera is still on). It's a bit of a contortionist act, but it works well and the lens'aperture just pops back into place when you put it back on the Canon.Read more ›
The only reason why I'm giving it 4 stars instead of 5 is because there is an adapter out there that has it's own aperture control. This adapter does not come with it. Since EOS lenses doesn't have a manual aperture control system, you would technically need to put this lens into an actual Canon EOS camera and set the aperture prior to attaching it to this adapter on your Sony.
Once you got that done, it is cool, the manual-focus is tricky and you must set the aperture on a canon body BEFORE you use this mount. If you can deal with that then you got an extra camera to shoot with your canon lenses. enjoy!
See the picture I attached of a EF 70-300 DO and the adapter, wicked! but it kind of defeats the purpose of this camera, making it as big as a regular SLR, still fun though!
Anyway, the reason for my review is just to let everyone know that in case your les ever gets stuck, don't panic (like I just did for the last hour). After desperately trying to get the lens off the adapter I finally googled this "case" and after searching for a while I found this article with an image that describes exactly what to do. Just move the silver screw toward the camera (or in my case toward the bottom since the adapter was already off the camera) and it will release the lens. Here's the post with image, that should make it easy to understand ;)
If you are looking for a simple adapter, this is the one to buy. It is very high quality and fits very well. I mounted my 24-70, 70-200 and 50 1.4 on my nex-5r and photos come out great so far!
You wont have any aperture control at this price, so if you want that, you will have to pay way more for such an adapter.
Be sure to set the camera to "release without lens" (under the settings menu) and turn on your focus peeking. It makes manual focus so easy, fast and accurate.
If you want a more versatile manually operated adapter/lens combo I would recommend getting a non electric lens from Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Ricoh, etc and the corresponding adapter so you can have the flexibility of changing your f-stop on the fly without having to remove the lens.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great. No play between body and adapter or lens. Only wish it had aperture control. But hey, for the price it's the business!!!Published 3 months ago by Terrence Manley
Does get stuck on the lens occasionally, even with the appropriate pin pulling. I use a pair of vice grips to carefully grab it so I have enough leverage to get it off the lens. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Chufi
Nice fit and finish. Understand, though, this is a "dumb" device in that it will not allow the camera and lens to talk to one another, so you can't set the lens aperture... Read morePublished 11 months ago by T. Johnston