Techart EF to NEX adapter

Discussion in 'Adapted Lenses' started by cbutton, Apr 16, 2014.

  1. cbutton

    cbutton TalkEmount Rookie

    Oct 30, 2013
    I've had the Techart EF to NEX adapter now for about a month. Some of the lenses that I've tried are Canon EFS 10-22, EF 70-300, Tamron 90mm macro (about 20 years old), Sigma 150-500.

    The best adapted lens is the 10-22. Its focus is reasonably fast and accurate. Sometimes but not often I have had the aperture not close so taking a few shots and checking the images is necessary. %25C2%25A9ChrisButton-06969.jpg

    The focusing on the 70-300 is kind of slow.

    The focus on the Tamron 90mm is slow and is rarely accurate. Since I use this as a macro lens I'm not in a rush and manual focus is preferred anyways.

    The focus on the Sigma 150-500 is too slow for what I was shooting - flying swans. The image peaking feature is helpful but not quite as good as using my Canons for fast action shots. 20140330-DSC08173.jpg

    It has Image Stabilization but I haven't really tested that function yet. EXIF data often is written accurately too. So far I'm more than satisfied with the adapter.
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