Monday, September 12, 2016

Using the Canon EF 50mm f1.8 ii on the Sigma MC-11 Canon EF to Sony FE Mount Converter

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This is a subsequent post from my previous post on using the Sigma 35mm f1.4 art lens and the Sigma MC-11 mount converter kit. I have brought along in my recent trip my Canon EF 50mm f1.8 ii and attached the lens on to the Sigma MC-11. Below are some photos taken during my travel to Bangkok using this combination on my Sony A7ii.  

Canon 50mm f1.8 ii with the Sigma MC-11 on Sony A7ii.  (Jpeg, No Edit)
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Penguin at the Dusit Zoo. Jpeg is minor-edited using Photoscape. 
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Star seal at the Dusit Zoo. Camera was in aperture priority setting and the was some movement. 
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Hello! © Edward Chen Photography 

One of the last photos taken before it rained. 
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A yoga pose figurine. 

Product photography.

My Observations so far:
  • There is no eye detection focusing just like when using the Sigma 35mm.
  • Face detection works.
  • AF-S is most reliable and fast.
  • Lens can sometimes be noisy when focusing.

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