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A This is an adapter for SONY cameras with NEX lenses so that they can use Canon lenses of the EF type and also with the option of the operational autofocus. It is presented in a cardboard box screen printed with the image of the adapter, inside the adapter is properly protected in a thin plastic bag and firmly embedded in a piece of hard foam rubber
It did not work autofocus on my sigma 70-200 f2.8 canon efs mount on any of my Sony e mount camera bodies. Aperture control works great and with focus peaking i still like this adapter.
By Eithinc Systems LLP on May 14, 2018
I would not rely on this adapter for anything but manual a lens. I have a Sony A7r2 and a number of canon lenses. Canon L glass 24-70 sigma and tamron as well. None of them work with this adapter. They all work reasonably well with the Metabones adaptor though.
By John L on February 14, 2018
Yes it works with Sony a 6000 if you are using a Canon lens. I don't think you can Control aperture on body
By Chef D on January 19, 2018
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March 15, 2020
Thanks to this price I was able to take advantage of my objectives in my new canon EVIL, the M50, since the official one seems extremely expensive to me. I have not had any problem with the focus in continuous mode, although I use it exclusively in photography and since the camera already has focus peaking, let's say that the adapter complies electronically, I cannot assure its use photographing birds (for example) because I have not tested in that situation. I have tested it with current STM targets. (24mm and 50mm f1.8). What I did not like very much is its weight, I could also say that it is very distant from the sensor but this is the fault of canon. Also, the adapter seems very solid, and the tripod adapter is a useful detail, although I think that using it can cause undesirable jolts in those who shoot at low speeds using a tripod.
March 9, 2020
There are no surprises here: it serves what it does: Adapt the EF-EOS mount to E-SONY, control the lens aperture and make the stabilizer work. So far, of the 4 lenses I've tried, all 4 have worked, so I'm satisfied. Autofocus works poorly, but there are no surprises here, as that's what I expected. Only for photo and in very good light situations. Build quality could be much better, especially indoors, which requires cleaning before you even bring it closer to the camera. On the outside metallic, and leaves a good feeling of construction.
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By Elroy K.
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March 12, 2020
I use a Yongnuo 50mm 1.8 I on the Sony Alpha A6300. For this I use the Andoer EF-Nex AF adapter. The AF works. However, he often pumps around ... What really bothers me is the aperture. Everything from 3.5 can be forgotten. On the one hand, the picture is overexposed for reasons I don't understand, and on the other hand, the background is still blurred, as if you were taking pictures at 1.8. I still had an ancient Canon lens with AF. Strangely, that's not 35-80mm here.
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October 29, 2017
I cannot fault this adapter. Don't get me wrong, there are plenty of faults, but they're the same as all the other adapters, except for the much more expensive metabones. This is very well constructed, solid build, and there's no looseness when attaching either to the camera body, or the lens. I was very impressed by this, as I previously used a more expensive fotodiox, and there was some looseness. It works very well with ef lenses on my a7s, as long as you're not using auto-focus. It has internal light reflections like all the others, so I recommend you get some black velcro or other adhesive light absorbing paper, and glue it inside the adapter, it will solve this issue. All in all, very happy and impressed, as good if not better than some of other adapters costing 2 or 3 times more.
October 25, 2017
August 31, 2017
It met my expectations...Bought it to mount my old canon lenses on my a6000(18-35 : 55-250: 75:300: 40mm pancake and tamron 18-200) I get slow auto focus on the canon lenses not on the tamron..but I expected this and the manual focus systems on the a6000 work really great. The only problem is with the 40mm lens I can't get infinity focus at f2.8 but at higher apertures f5.6 and higher it's ok. What I really wanted with this lens adapter was the ability to control the f stops which this adapter provides. It fits on the a6000 body neatly and not too tight. It suits my needs but the auto focus is not fast enough for anything that's moving..But I can certainly recommend it for those that want manual focus and control over there a6000. One other thing it does not recognise the which lens is mounted but the rest of the information speed focal length etc is fine.
By Francisco A.S.
July 13, 2017
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June 23, 2017
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