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|Obiektyw Canon Powiększanie||Canon obiektyw o stałej ogniskowej||Inne marki|
|EF 8-15 / 4L USM fisheye||EF 100 / 2,8 USM makro||Sigma DC 17-70 / 2.8-4 DC OS HSM|
|EF 17-40 / 4L USM||EF 135 / 2L USM||Sigma DC 30 / 1.4 DC HSM|
|EF 70-200 / 2.8L IS USM II||EF 200 / 2.8L II USM||Tamron SP 24-70 / 2.8 Di VC USD|
|EF 70-200 / 4L USM||EF 300 / 2.8L IS USM||Tamron SP 70-200 / 2.8 Di VC|
|EF 70-200 / 4L IS USM||Extender EF 1.4x III|
|EF 20-35 / 2.8L (Ver.18)||EF 14 / 2.8L II USM|
|EF 22-55 / 4-5,6 USM||EF 24 / 1.4L II USM|
|EF-S 18-55 / 3.5-5.6 IS||EF 24 / 2.8 IS USM|
|EF 28-80 / 3.5-5.6 II||EF 35 / 1.4L USM|
|EF 28-90 / 4-5.6 III||EF 50 / 1.2L USM|
|EF 35-350 / 3.5-5.6L||EF 50mm 1.8II|
|EF 70-300 / 4-5.6L IS USM||EF 85 / 1.2L II USM|
|EF 70-300 / 4-5,6 IS USM||EF 85 / 1.8 USM|
|EF100-300 / 5.6 (non-L, a nie USM, push-pull zoom) (Ver.18)||Extender EF 2x (znak I)|
|EF 100-400 / 4,5-5,6L IS USM||EF-S 60 / 2.8 Macro USM|
|EF-S 10-22 / 3.5-4.5 USM|
|EF-S 17-55 / 2.8 IS USM|
|EF-S 17-85 / 4-5.6 IS USM|
|EF-S 18-55 / 3.5-5.6|
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By Dr JS
March 14, 2017
Please note that there are now two versions of this adapter. One with a square opening for full frame (ie. A7, A7R) and one with a round opening for APS-C (NEX 3,5,6 or A6000). This is by far one of the cheapest adapter you can get for EF-NEX with autofocus capbility. Similar product like one from Metabone costs $400 at the time of review. Build quality: Build is solid. Not overwhelmingly so but very reasonable. It is mostly constructed out of metal with some plastic inserts for baffle. One issue noted by another reviewer here is that it uses a highly reflective plastic for inner components which could cause unwanted reflection. I plan to flock it with Edmund flocking paper. The tripod mount is held onto the barrel with a single thumb screw. I had no issue disengaging it from the barrel. Overall rating: B Compatibility: The list on the website has an extensive list of Cannon lens it works with. I only tested have a few Canon lenses with mixed results. Out of the three Canon lense tested, EF 50/1.4, EF 24-85 and EF-S 55-250 worked perfectly. Camera locked up when I tried an really old EF 28/2.8 lens on AF. Interestingly, if you leave the lens on MF, it works okay with aperture control and manual operation. It has a dismal record for third party lenses. I tried a Tamron 90 macro, a Tamron 35-105/2.8, and a Tamron 17-50, all of them doesn't autofocus, one you can change aperture with manual focus and one (macro lens) goes crazy when focus is changed (aperture changes, head scratch). Grade: B+ (compare to Metabone) AF: AF works. It is not going to break any records. In stellar light it is reasonably accurate and in low light is helpless. WIth this said, it is certainly not markedly slower than the Metabones (those I see from youtube videos). This works with none USM lenses such as EF 50/1.4 which Metabone doesn't support. Certainly not good enough to track moving subjects. For casual use it is okay, I wouldn't use it for critical work. Grade: C EXIF, Aperture control: No issues for lenses that works. Focal length are passed into the final JPG but not lens type (ID). Interestingly, this adapter is not stop metered and aperture doesn't close until the shutter button has been pressed. I have seen other versions of adapters where aperture closes down immediately when changed like FE lense. However, both EVF and screen in the back reflects the change to light gathering except DOF. In this regard it functions exactly like Canon's phase detect AF. Grade: A- Other intrigues: Most of the focus modes from SONY works. Including eye-focus. Again, it won't win any awards for speed, but I deem them adequate for none critical work. Focus confirmation is indicated with green squares and beep, just like the SONY FE lense. Again, this is the cheapest adapter you can get at the time of review. This is very reasonably priced and does what it advertises (mostly). I think some flocking would re-mediate the internal reflection issues. I am giving it 5 stars for its excellent price and performance ratio.
By Ely Cohen
December 19, 2017
After reading many helpful reviews about this adapter I decided to try one with the a6000 and several Canon mount lenses. I tested it with four different lenses: Canon EF-S 60mm Macro f2.8, Canon EF-S 10-22 f3.5-4.5, Tamron AF 28-75 f2.8, and Sigma 70-200 f2.8. The adapter did work successfully on all four lenses. Auto focus worked on all, however as others have stated, it is very slow. The lens will focus will rack all the way out and all the way in, and usually return to the correct focus, making a lot of noise from normally quiet lens. All this takes 2-3 second, and leaves you wondering if it's going to find focus at all. I was expecting slow AF but leaves lots of room for improvement. I had planned to focus these lenses manually anyway. The super slow focus would make it unusable for sports, kids, or even portraits. Aperture and shutter adjustments worked fine, as did the manual focus. Just remember to turn off any AF/MF switch if your lens has one. The drawback though is that the focus mode can only be used in single shot AF and there is no focus magnifier when the adapter is mounted. The plus side is that the focus peaking does work. I found that if focus peaking does not work at first, turning the lens AF/MF switch off and back on fixed the problem. All in all, the price is great, the item is built solid (weighs more than the camera body and 16-50 lens combined) and has a nice tripod foot. If you can deal with focusing manually, or aren't in a hurry for AF, this will let you hold off replacing all your Canon glass at once. Update 1/15/16 The tripod foot does not tighten fully with the thumb wheel, allowing some wobble between the foot and the lens. It probably won't fall off but if you are using the tripod and bracketing shots they won't line up due to the wobble.
December 9, 2017
I purchased this to use on Sony A7R with the following Canon Lenses: EF 24-70 1:2.8 L USM (first generation) EF 70-300 1:4.5-5.6 DO IS USM EF 16-35 1:2.8 L USM Auto focus worked for all three, although it is not fast, and would not be suitable for sports photography. It seems well built and held even the heavy 24-70mm lens securely. Initial lens installation felt rather tight, but subsequent fittings were improved. The opening definitely allows for full frame, but on the A7r you have to make a setting change to force 'unrecognized' lenses to shoot full frame. For 1/4 the cost of the Metabones adapter, which does not support auto focus on my adapters (per their website list anyway), I am pleased with this part.
December 9, 2017
I'm rating this adapter as 4 stars rather than 5 because it meets my needs but as with all the other "smart" adapters (except Sony's own adapter to fit its older series lenses to the new E mount) the autofocus function is so slow is really unusable. However, I still like being able to have electronic control of everything else - aperture, EXIF info - on the Canon EF lenses. The focusing aids on the Sony A6000 and A7 series bodies makes using manual focus practical for most uses. If you need high speed autofocus you're going to want to use native Sony or Sony/Zeiss lenses but otherwise it's nice to still be able to use Canon EF lenses on the Sony bodies.
December 5, 2017
My expectation wasn't very high when I bought this. All I wanted was an adapter that can allow communication between the camera and my Canon lenses so that I wouldn't have to invest in Sony glasses. In this respect the adapter works fine. I can even autofocus as long as the light level is not too dim. But that doesn't matter too much to me because the AF speed with an adapter was expected to be slow, and it turns out to be correct. Not a big deal. I mainly shoot landscape with my A7 anyway and I can use manual focus using distance scale at hyperfocal distance. I can also use focus magnifier and focus peaking. It's also important to note that there's no vignetting on my 16-35 f4 IS lens. I've read about some other adapters that would produce vignetting. Lightroom is about to read most exif data, such as focal length, shutter speed, and so forth, but it can't read what lens was used. It's not a problem to me since I'm only using my ultrawide lens and nothing else so I know exactly what lens profile I can use in LR. However, imagine one day I bring along my 24-70. If I shoot with both lenses at the overlapping focal lengths (24-35), then later on it's possible that I can get confused as to what profile to use. This is a potential problem but it doesn't affect me that much. The build quality is pretty nice. It feels very solid. In fact it seems a little heavy. I feel confident when I screw my lens on this adapter. All in all, if you're like me who just needs an adapter that can enable you to use your existing canon lenses and you don't mind manual focus, then this is the right product for you. If you absolutely need autofocus, then you may find this adapter frustrating to use. It hunts big time in low light and even in good light the AF speed is suboptimal. It's so much easier to use MF. You can certainly pay 4-6 times more to get a metabone but from what I've heard they don't work perfectly either.
By Kurt W.
November 27, 2017
Works with manual focus on all my EF lenses. Controls the aperature correctly, which is the most important thing compared to a dumb adapter when using EF lenses. Lenses with IS seem to work as expected. It is not worth using AF under any circumstance but this is true with any of the available adapters. For some lenses (100mm f/2 for example), the camera reads an incorrect max aperture (min f/stop) but the lens still works wide open and exposure works as expected. The interior is a somewhat matte black but you can still get interior reflections. Again this is common to all of the adapters, even the meatiness IV from what I've read. I will be flocking the interior with Edmunds Optics light absorbing material so that I can use this with confidence. Image quality is otherwise good and the lens/body connection feels solid so far.
By Cuauhtemoc Lara
October 28, 2017
If you plan on buying this product with no intentions of autofocusing, I would highly recommend this over those $350+ adapters (you know the brand I'm referring to). This allows me to use the Canon glass I've already invested in, and easily change apertures electronically. One of the biggest cons this adapter has is the horrific auto focusing but because I'm a filmmaker, I don't ever use autofocus so it's hardly a con at all. If you need fast and accurate autofocusing, this adapter is not for you, but in reality, most adapters fail at having great and reliable autofocusing. It's heavy for its size but I'm not complaining. Overall, this is a great option to put Canon Glass on Sony cameras that don't have aperture rings.
October 23, 2017
I tried this with my Sony Alpha 6000 and A few EF lenses I own, on my Canon 70-200 f4L IS, it would hunt a bit and than lock and I was able to get sharp photos. I tried an older Tamron 28-75 F2.8 lens and the focus was very slow, first it would hunt and then it would slowly adjust focus until it could lock, I was able to focus much quicker manually with this lens than the autofocus could. The aperture control works great on all my lenses and I would have bought this adapter for aperture control alone. The adapter seems very well built and the tripod socket is a nice touch, I don't know if it works as well as the Metabones adapter but I am happy with my purchase
October 17, 2017
It is a nice less expensive alternative to the metabones. Inittially i thought it didn't work just because of how tight it fits on the camera, but it actually works well. Auto focus isn't the best, but honestly, no lens mounted to an adapter will ever focus as well as a native lens will. The auto focus works fine overall for portraits and when you're not try to track something like wildlife. This is a great product for being able to adapt canon lenses to the NEX system. I use it on my A7 mark 2. It has saved a lot of money since i have some canon zoom lenses that I like to use for landscape photography and didn't want to sell off my canon stuff to buy the few zoom lenses that are native to the NEX mount. The product is well worth the sub $100 price.
October 15, 2017
I mainly bought this so I could used my beloved EF 100mm f/2 lens on the Sony A7 and it does indeed work. Here are my impressions from the first few days: + Autofocus works although a bit slow. + The 100mm f/2 lens is PHENOMENALLY sharp on the A7. To my eyes it looks better than the top rated FE Zeiss 55mm. I'm getting detail out of the A7 that I had only seen previously when I also owned an A7R. Just for that fact this adapter has already won a place in the camera bag. + Construction feels solid, lens attached firmly and the adapter attaches well to the A7 body. + Appreciate that it comes with a nice metal tripod collar. + Being able to adjust the aperture and get metering is quite impressive. + I can use the Sony remote app or remote cord to do self portraits, which would be impossible to do with a purely Manual Focus lens. - As mentioned AF hunts quite a bit. I sometimes switch the MF to speed things up. - Doesn't appear to be a way to update firmware. Would love to be able to update to get better AF speed. If the AF was just a tad faster, this would be a five star product without hesitation. As is, it still is a great deal if you have full frame Canon glass and want to use it on the A7, A7R, or A7S.
September 27, 2017
Just got this adapter for my Canon lenses to the Sony A7r. Shipping was incredibly fast if this came from outside the US (about a week). It does work on the full frame sensor with no vignetting (unless the lens is an APS-C and the camera is set for full frame versus APS-C). It worked successfully with the following Canon lenses in autofocus mode ... 17-40L, 24-105L, 70-200L f4 ... it does hunt before finally focusing (you should do some research on the camera and adapters so that your expectations are realistic). From what I've read, this behavior is SOP for all autofocus-capable adapters for Canon lenses. With the Tokina 11-16mm (Canon-mount) lens, it only worked with the camera in manual focus mode; but not in autofocus ... it would never find focus and therefore not shoot. However, there was vignetting on this lens (it is designed for APS-C sensors) with the camera set on full frame. With the camera set to APS-C the vignetting disappeared but the lens then was no different (focal length wise) than the Canon 17-40, and it still didn't autofocus. With the expectation that the autofocusing would be slower than on a Canon body, and the knowledge that most of what I shoot does not require fast focusing, I'm very happy with how this adapter functions. I was hoping the Tokina lens would work in autofocus-mode, but it is not listed as tested on the Commlite webpage ... Wistful thinking on my part. I haven't tried the motion stabilization compatibility yet (all test shots were done on a tripod).
By Crit +5
September 5, 2017
Solid construction, very smooth mounts. Not oily. Lessons I have learned: AF will only lock onto center regions. AF will be slower, and may only work with brightly lit subjects. Pretty much the subject must be lit by daylight. The AF doesn't seem to work well with subjects lit under the shade, clouds, or indoors. Haven't tested with strong indoor lighting, will test and get back to you. I pretty much use MF, and focus peaking/magnifying. Before attaching EF lenses to the Commlite, and the camera, turn ON AF and IS. Sony Cameras have a AF/MF button you should press to toggle that, and have a menu option for toggling 'steadyshot' or IS/OSS. Even if you intend to use only MF, if you don't turn on the switches ahead of time weird stuff may happen that may only be solved by turning off the camera, taking out the battery, disconnecting the lens, and flipping the switches on. Some lenses may require flipping the AF/MF lens switch in order to use MF. If your EF/EFS lens does not have AF to have a switch, you're fine. On EOS cameras, the IS seems to only activate during shutter 1/2 and full press, and movie modes. On a Sony body, the IS may function as long as the camera menu steadyshot is active, and the camera is not off or in power save. I wouldn't flip the aperture too fast. Do it one stop at a time. I had a glitch happen a few times, that required the battery disconnect solution described above. I have not noticed a large battery performance difference from using this, compared to a native e-mount lens. ------------- Given these issues, why am I rating this 5 stars? Other comparable adapters with contacts have the exact same issues. This one is cheaper, is still well made. If you're expecting perfect performance, get a native lens. If you want to use your old glass, or budget EF glass, this is how you make it work!
By Ian J Ginsberg
July 18, 2017
So I will have to post pics later, but I got to say, this product is top notch. The tolerances are perfect!!! It goes on my Sony A6000 like a genuine Sony lens, and my Canon and Sigma lens fell like i am putting them on a Canon DSLR. It is even reporting to my camera the Lens EXIF data like it was made for the Sony. A note on the auto focus because i have seen a lot of back and forth on this. I am not sure why, but the AF illuminator on the Sony A6000 body, does NOT work when using this with a Canon lens, even when turn on. That being said, when using the adapter in normal to bright lighting conditions, it Auto Focuses as fast and in many cases faster than the Sony Lens that came with the camera. Low light is where you see the difference and this is the interesting point. If you turn off the AF illuminator with the Sony Lens on camera, it takes just as long, if does it at all, to focus on a subject as the Canon lens with this adapter. I am doing more testing this weekend and will update this review when my results and pics.
By James Bass
July 11, 2017
Much depends on which camera you use. I have a Sony a6000 and it's only good for manual focus. However, with my new Sony a6300 it's another world. No, it will not do all the fancy tricks that this camera can do, such as eye-tracking or motion tracking. But it does work with auto focus (on most lenses that I own) and does track faces. I like the Sony mirrorless cameras because they are small and light (and smart with a great chip.) Do I really want an adapter that can allow me to haul all of my heavy Canon L-glass with me? Nope, that would defeat the purpose. So what then? Well, I wanted a wide angle lens for my a6300. My Canon 17-40 f/4 L works perfectly. So, the way I figure it, I got a great $800 lens for $70. It's also light enough that I will bring it along. Ditto the Canon STM pancake lenses--so light and fast to focus. I tested my 70-200mm f/4, with and without the 1.4 extender, and it auto focuses well at all focal lengths--unlike on my a6000. I won't likely use it on the a6300 because it's heavy. I already have a Sony 55-210mm that isn't L-glass quality, but will do. If I were shooting sports, I'd probably spring for a Sony lens to take advantage of its sophisticated auto-focus capabilities.
By Chad G. Beale
June 12, 2017
My setup: Camera - Sony a6300 Canon Mount Lenses - Canon 10-18 STM, Sigma 17-70 DC Macro, Canon 40mm STM f2.8 prime I was trying to get an adapter to work with all three lenses. I had tried two fotodiox adapters previously and neither would work work with all three. One would work with the Sigma, but not the Canon 10-18, or vice versa. I finally tried the Commlite and bingo - autofocus with all three lenses. The canon 10-18 sometimes loses autofocus ability, but I can still use focus peaking very effectively and most often I can just turn the camera on and and get autofocus back. Speed is very acceptable for an adaptor. I wasn't looking for native functionality (no eye focus recognition). I have the Sony kit lenses for that (16-55 and 55-210) which work great. I really wanted an adapter to work with the Canon 10-18 which is a fantastic lens for the money. I just couldn't justify the Sony version for twice the price for as often as I would use that lens. I am very happy with the commlite adapter. Build quality is excellent and includes both front and rear caps which is handy when you want to keep the adapter on a lens.
April 12, 2017
The Commite adapter is an affordable gem when it comes to mounting full-frame Canon lenses on Sony's Full-frame A7, A7r, and A7s cameras. It passes through electronics so that the camera can control aperture, shutter, focus - and stabilization also still works - at least with the lenses I tried (70-200mm F/2.8 IS and the 24-105mm F/4L IS). Autofocus while using this adapter will be slow, but that's the same with any of the Metabones adapters ($300-$400) as well. I have noticed a little bit of light leak that seems to be a common problem with these type of adapters,but there are quite a few very quick and almost free DIY solutions on the web to reduce or prevent it from happening. It only seems to happen when the sun hits the adapter/lens combo from certain angles. Again, this has been a problem even with expensive adapters,so no points taken away for this. I have also not had any communications issue while using it with different lenses, though it is always a good idea to turn off the camera before changing lenses. If you plan to use this will full-frame lenses on your full-frame Sony camera make sure to get the "EF" version which is for full-frame lenses. They do have another model that is designed for cropped sensors (APS-C).
March 23, 2017
Cheap and works well with an A7R II that supports phase detection auto focus with most of my EF mount lenses. Doesn't seem to work with 50mm f1.8 II at all. Works well with sigma 18-35 f1.8, canon 40mm f2.8 STM I've bought an old Canon 80-200 f2.8L, known as the magic drainpipe, and was last made in 1995. Even though it's listed as supported, it doesn't work reliably from 100mm-200mm, but 80mm-100mm works alright. As there are no optics, any EF-E adapter would work and commlite's build quality is good. I've noticed the screws on the EF mount side loosened up a bit and had to retighten them (perhaps due to extreme cold use?) One issue is the internal reflections caused by any incoming bright light right on the edge of the lens but not in the image. Flocking can help solve this issue, and is something the metabones ef-e adapter iv remedied.
By Rory C. Reid
February 14, 2017
I’m a doctor by profession, not an expert photographer by any means. However, I owned a Canon 50mm /1.4 prime lens and didn’t want to have to purchase the Sony Carl Zeiss 55mm f/1.8 lens for $998 but obviously wanted the AF feature and also wanted to have the camera modify aperture, etc… for my Sony A7. This was the PERFECT solution. They shipped and it arrived in 2 days to destination Los Angeles. The product is solid and works. The “Ultra-Speed” stuff that is touted about the Sony kit lens for the A7 (28-70mm) is mostly true. The kit lens finds focus within a second. This adapter allows my A7 to control my Canon lens and it finds focus (using center focus mode) within 3-4 seconds which for the photos I take is just fine. The continuous auto-focus mode feature doesn’t work in video mode for this adapter or my lens on the A&, but this isn’t a big issue for me. Overall, I’m very satisfied with this product and definitely recommend it to others who want these features.
February 9, 2017
Very nice.I was going to buy a much more expensive brand, but why?There is no glass in this, so quality of glass is not an issue. I use it to put my Canon L lenses on my new Sony a7R2. Focusing is slower, but not crazy slow, sometimes it hunts but not for long. The Manual settings for Aperture and Shutter speed work well. The only thing I was worried about was fit. I had another model for my earlier nex7 that was tight and cheap feeling.This one is not like that at all! It 's fit is the best part.Perfect! I will update if it starts to fall apart :]
By J. Howard
February 8, 2017
So I am new to the whole mirrorless camera thing, just picked up a Sony A7mk2, but have a bunch of Zeiss ZE and Canon L glass. The Commlite adapter does a great job with aperture control and a so so job with autofocus. I gave it five stars because at under $100 it gives me access to all my other glass including 300mm f2.8 which I must admit does look absurd strapped to the little Sony. For me the strength of this adapter is in the combo of manual focus and focus peaking in the A7 I have been shooting since the early 80's and am very comfortable with manual focus so love the Zeiss ZE glass and with onboard focus peaking the Sony is a joy to use in MF. I am particularly taken with the Zeiss Planar 50mm f1.4 ZE on the A7mk2 it is in keeping with the form factor of the camera even with the adapter and the images are spectacular. This is not a capable adapter for AF however and if you need that this may not be the unit for you. Regarding focus tracking sports etc I will just stay fully in the Canon realm and why not the Sony A7 family is amazing but it is not a high octane sports shooting system so enough said. Build quality is very solid and mounting is precise. Overall this Commlite adapter opens up a world of possibilities to anyone owning Canon or other EF glass.
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