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Sigma Mount Converter MC-11 For Use With Canon SGV Lenses for Sony E
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- offered in both SA-Sony FE and Canon EOS EF-Sony FE version
- offers full electronic control of the lens, including autofocus and aperture selection
- Support for both in len optical stabilizer or in camera shake reduction
- PLEASE NOTE: Kindly refer the User Manual and Instructional Video before use which is highly essential.
- VERY IMPORTANT: Kindly check Technical Specification for compatibility chart.
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Mount converter MC -11 for use with Canon lenses offered in both SA-Sony FE and Canon EOS EF-Sony FE version
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I have tested the adapter with these non-Sigma lenses (assuming AF-S or AF-C mode) -
Canon 24mm IS USM - Works
Canon 40mm STM - Works
Canon 50mm 1.4 USM - Works
Canon 18-135 IS USM - Does Not Work Properly
Canon 70-300mm IS USM - Works
Canon 75-300mm IS USM - Does Not Work Properly
Sigma 150-600mm Cont - Feels like a native lens.
Quick update - I shot a lot of pics at the Indy 500 this weekend using the a6300 and the Sigma 150-600mm Cont. The combination performed quite well, but you really have to know your AF modes to get the best performance.
The only negative I can think of is that it doesn't support EF-S lenses, which is a shame and the only reason I have to hang onto my Commlite adapter.
PS - If this review helped, or if you're just bored and enjoy clicking things - could I trouble you for a "Yes" vote below?
Tamron Di II SP 17-50mm F/2.8
Tamron Di SP 70-300mm F/4-5.6
Tamron Di II SP 60mm F/2 MACRO
Canon EF 50mm F/1.8
Kenko C-AF 2X TELEPLUS PRO 300 converter on the 70-300 (making a 140-600mm, used manual focus at the 600mm end).
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND TRY THIS ADAPTER !!!
As with any adapted autofocus lens, the accuracy and speed is not perfect. I found it struggled in very low light unless I could find contrasting areas and some have said AF-C works a bit more reliably than AF-S, which is contrary to how I usually use my AF lenses.
Build and finish are good, above par for your usual lens adapter. The box is your expected black and white Sigma affair like with their lenses.
Overall, probably a must-have if you're adapting several Sigma lenses to the Sony bodies but makes less financial sense if you're only using one (like I am).
Focusing speed takes less than a second to lock on focus. I've noticed it taking 1-2 seconds to focus if the subject very far away. Very accurate focusing. It works with single shot af and continuous af. On continuous af you will hear an auto focusing noise from the af motor of the lens. It is kinda loud but not noticeable unless your in a quiet area. it goes away after you taken the shot.
It doesn't focus at the same speed as Sony native lens. Example: My Sony 24-70 f2.8 takes less than half a second to acquire focus. While the adapted lens takes at minimum half a second to a second. If that half a second is required for you. Than you better off getting the native lens.
Poor af in low light.
Highly recommended if you have canon glass.
Glass I tested on. Canon ef 28 f1.8, Canon ef 50 f1.4, Canon ef 85 f1.8, Canon ef 17-40 f4, Tamron 24-70 f2.8 vc, and Tamron 70-200 f2.8 vc.
Some of the birds I was photographing were wading in bushes and the lens went hunting for focus more often than I would have liked, and when they were within 20-30 feet focus was slow or not possible. This may have been the light.
I intend to carry my 5d and the 70-200 2.8 for anything within that range anyway, so no big deal. Overall I am impressed and look forward to getting out this weekend, hoping for better light.
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