Metabones earlier this year released its Mark IV version of the Lens Mount Adapter.
These adapters allow you to use your Canon or Nikon lenses on your Sony E mount bodies with full aperture control.
The previous Mark III version of the adapter had a lot of problems with many Canon lenses. The new adapter has many new improvements to consider and a lot of new lenses added to its compatibility list.
Check it out on Amazon: Metabones Canon EF Lens to Sony NEX Camera Lens Mount Adapter Mark IV
List Of Some New Features
– New bigger Inner hole is painted with a matte coating to cut down on any light reflections. A problem Tilt-Shift photographers were having.
– Better performance with the 32-bit processor allowing for more effective mode switching and power saving.
– Tripod foot is detachable and compatible with Arca Swiss, Markins, Photo cam ball heads.
– Wide open button for depth of field previewing.
Note To Buyers
I've had a lot of problems with my Metabones Mark III adapter since the day I got it. Random power offs and lens compatibility issues. Hopefully this new version addresses all these problems and I've heard a few photographers already praise the new performance.
Although the adapter does have a 1 year warranty, you have to ship it to Hong Kong for service. From California that costs $35 dollars to ship it there and $35 to ship it back. So to get it serviced it will cost you $70 dollars. Not really worth it on an adapter with a $300-$400 dollar price tag.
When you get your adapter make sure it's absolutely perfect before your 30 day Amazon return policy expires. That was the mistake I made. I started shooting a web series with my camera immediately, then went out of town for a week knowing my adapter was having problems. Don't make this mistake.
Sample Photos With The Metabones EF to E Lens Mount Adapter MKIII
Fire Cave – Valley Of Fire Nevada – Sony A7r + Metabones Mkiii + Canon 16-35mm f2.8L II
Rice Field Terraces Japan – Sony A7r + Metabones Mkiii + Canon 16-35mm f2.8L II
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