Sony AF-C vs. Lock On AF with MC11 Adapter

 

 

The last couple of weeks i have been shooting a LOT using the MC-11 adapter together with my Sony A7II + Sigma 24mm 1.4 and the Canon 70-200 F4 L especiall on events like the “Ritterfest”, a medieval festival which takes place in Linz, Austria every year.

I thought thats a perfect event to test both lenses the Sigma and the Canon with the MC11 adapter and do some additional  AF-C and Lock On AF tests too for a video. A lot of people asked my how good is the AF-C and the Lock on AF? Without writing too much, grab some popcorn and beer and enjoy the video!

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Here are some of my favorite shots of that event and my tests, all images are shot handheld, processed in Lightroom and on top Color Efex Pro:

I can definetly recommend the MC11 Adapter with my 2 lenses tested, if you want to read a complete review you can here:

Sigma MC11 Adapter REVIEW

 

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