Sony cameras have improved drastically over the years and they have many photographers making the switch. If you are switching from Canon and not ready to make the switch completely, you may be wondering how well do Canon lenses perform on Sony bodies with adapters.
While the a7R III and a7 III have improved over their previous iterations with adaptive lenses, will they perform well enough for your needs? Manny Ortiz tests out how well the Sony a7R III focuses during his photoshoot while paired with the Sigma MC-11 adapter and various Canon L-series lenses. At the end of the video, you can see the view from the camera while it's trying to use Eye AF which is one of their most popular features.
Maybe you want to keep your Canon DSLR and also shoot mirrorless with Sony and figured using the adapter would be a good solution of using your current lenses. Maybe you are not in a position to sell all your Canon lenses and make the switch completely. Will the adapter work for you? Hopefully Ortiz's video helps you make the decision on what's best for you.
Are you a Sony shooter using Canon lenses with the Metabones Smart Adapter instead, do your Canon lenses perform any better than shown in this video? Sigma MC-11 users, are you finding the same results as Ortiz? Let us know in the comments.