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Adorama Camera via Rakuten has Sigma MC-11 Sigma/Canon EF Lens to Sony E Camera Mount Converter (SGMC11C) on sale for $126.65 when you apply coupon code SAVE15 at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks Sarpanch_chd

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Adorama via Rakuten has the Sigma MC-11 Mount Converter for Sigma/Canon EF Lens to Sony E Cameras for $126.65 after 15% off Rakuten coupon SAVE15

https://www.rakuten.com/shop/ador...t/SGMC11C/

This adaptor/converter works best with Sigma EF Lenses but Canon EF Lenses work pretty well as well

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For stills, autofocus works great with both Canon and Sigma lenses. For videos, I don't think it works for canon lenses. I tried this converter with A6400 and 50/1.8, 40/2.8, 24-105/4 and 70-300 USM II lenses from Canon and it even tracks the eye!
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Does this let the auto focus and stuff work?
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Does this let the auto focus and stuff work?
For stills, autofocus works great with both Canon and Sigma lenses. For videos, I don't think it works for canon lenses. I tried this converter with A6400 and 50/1.8, 40/2.8, 24-105/4 and 70-300 USM II lenses from Canon and it even tracks the eye!
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Does this let the auto focus and stuff work?
Used it with the Sony A6400 and Tamron 18-400mm at the zoo this weekend. Worked well for everything I could tell including autofocus. Used AF-C mode.
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Isn't there a specific model each for sigma lenses and Canon lenses?
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This is great, I've been waiting for a while to get one of these for under $150
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will this work with full frame Sony Body (like A7 III)?
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will this work with full frame Sony Body (like A7 III)?
Yes. It's actually designed for full frame in mind, so you can use all the Art lenses. You will noticed that Sigma has release a few E-mount "native" Art lenses, but they are longer than the Canon and Nikon versions it's basically a built in MC11 on the body.
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Some reviews I came across have compared this favorably to the metabones adapter, when googling around. Still trying to find some more recent professional reviews (rather than early adopter ones/marketing driven ones), but what I have found so far seems very favorable compared to many of the cheaper AF adapter mounts. Given the pricing of various ~midrange Canon EF lenses (not to mention the price per performance of some of the Sigma Art and other lenses) versus any of the lower to midrange Sony FE E mount lenses worth buying (since some arguably aren't, and not everyone has the camera budget/actual justifiable need to just jump to G Master lenses)... this is really tempting in order to have a much better selection of solid full frame auto focus lenses at actually reasonable prices.
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It's hard to say Sony lenses aren't worth their cost. The complaints come from Nikon and canon appearing cheaper because of the saturated used market and third party options. Comparing any "pro" glass from any of the main manufacturers including Fuji shows comparable pricing.

But yes this works well for stills and autofocus if you don't want to spend the money for Sony glass. The tamron 28-75 and Sony 85mm fe are very reasonably priced and cover most people's wants. No Sony's 50mm isn't as cheap as the others and it has a "slow" AF motor. The slow motor still keeps up with most peoples needs. If your a "pro" you wouldn't be buying that lens no matter what. For the budget folks there are many options from Samsung now. Stop kicking the "Sony is expensive" horse in 2019. All the manufacturers are capable to produce excellent images from budget options to top tier so the arguments are pointless and your Instagram audience doesn't give a shit
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Very tempted as I've been considering pairing this with the Sigma 18-35 1.8 (even though the combined size would be pretty hefty on the a6300 i have).

I currently own Sigma 16 f/1.4 for Emount, the Sony G Master 18-105 f/4 and a Sigma 28mm f2.8

Any recommendations for Canon glass that would make this adapter worthwhile for me? I don't shoot people, mainly street art, landscape etc.
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Very tempted as I've been considering pairing this with the Sigma 18-35 1.8 (even though the combined size would be pretty hefty on the a6300 i have).

I currently own Sigma 16 f/1.4 for Emount, the Sony G Master 18-105 f/4 and a Sigma 28mm f2.8

Any recommendations for Canon glass that would make this adapter worthwhile for me? I don't shoot people, mainly street art, landscape etc.
I got this adaptor specifically to use with the Canon 70-300mm Nano USM II Lens. I use that lens with my 6D but with a Sony A6400, it gives me 450mm effective focal length. It's autofocus system is the fastest i have ever seen in a lens and for the price, and weight, it's an excellent choice for a telephoto zoom under 450$. With 15% off at Rakuten, that lens should be 390$ now.
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Personally, i bought into Sony for small size. I have all small primes except for the 100-400GM. But if you are switching from Canon or Nikon, this adapter is very useful.
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It's hard to say Sony lenses aren't worth their cost. The complaints come from Nikon and canon appearing cheaper because of the saturated used market and third party options. Comparing any "pro" glass from any of the main manufacturers including Fuji shows comparable pricing.

But yes this works well for stills and autofocus if you don't want to spend the money for Sony glass. The tamron 28-75 and Sony 85mm fe are very reasonably priced and cover most people's wants. No Sony's 50mm isn't as cheap as the others and it has a "slow" AF motor. The slow motor still keeps up with most peoples needs. If your a "pro" you wouldn't be buying that lens no matter what. For the budget folks there are many options from Samsung now. Stop kicking the "Sony is expensive" horse in 2019. All the manufacturers are capable to produce excellent images from budget options to top tier so the arguments are pointless and your Instagram audience doesn't give a shit
Glad to know that we agree that someone with an A7 who already has solid manual focus glass for landscape/macro artwork and for product photography, and who is hunting for some cheap but reasonably solid budget AF additions for things like just shooting pictures of her kid (but also capturing other shots while out, because the camera [and glass] that's actually with you is the one that matters most) is best served by an adapter like this one and bargain hunting with used and 3rd party EF options Wink

Thanks for backing that up!

(and I've heard more complaints about the budget FE 50mm 2.8 than just the motor/AF speed, but not going to argue, to each her own, I guess I need to start an Instagram now or something)
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