My Experience Using Canon Lenses on a Sony Camera
I’ve had a less than stellar experience using Canon glass on Sony bodies, so I wanted to share a little bit about what you can expect if you’re trying to make the switch to Sony from Canon and plan to bring a bunch of EF or EF-S lenses along with you for the ride.
In this video I explain which of the many adapters I recommend getting, my experience with the speed and reliability of auto-focus in both photo and video mode, and whether I even recommend keeping your Canon lenses when you make a switch to mirrorless cameras.
Special thanks to B&H for loaning me the a7R ii to use and be on the lookout for my full review next week.
Items Mentioned in this Video:
- Sony a7S ii on B&H
- Sony a7R ii on B&H
- Fotodiox Adapter on B&H
- Metabones Adapter on B&H
- Sony 85mm G-Master Lens on B&H
- Sony 55mm f1.8 Lens on B&H
You can also watch this video directly on YouTube.