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Not interesting selling my Canon/Sigma lenses I guess ? :-)

 
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Jan 25, 2018 20:55 |  #1

When I would sell my current Canon L /Sigma lenses (in my signature below) to switch to native Sony glass or Sigma Art Sony mount glass :

I probably wouldn't have enough cash to buy the same in Sony lenses or Sigma Art lenses with Sony mount (all second hand prices) ?
24-70 2.8 & 70-200 2.8 G-Master lenses would too expensive and there are no Sigma Art Sony versions yet ?

What would you do, keep my current glass with MC-11 or Metabones adaptor on the A7R II ? The A7RIII is too expensive pity enough.

I saw there is also a Sigma 50 Art with Sony mount, would this be an advantage switching form my Sigma 50 Art Canon mount (seen that I buy an adaptor anyway) ?
The Sigma 85 Art Sony mount doesn't exist yet or is in the making ?


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Jan 26, 2018 17:33 |  #2

CanonYouCan wrote in post #18549026 (external link)
I saw there is also a Sigma 50 Art with Sony mount, would this be an advantage switching form my Sigma 50 Art Canon mount (seen that I buy an adaptor anyway) ?

The only Sony-mount I know of is A-mount, which would still require an adapter.

You're probably best off getting an adapter for now, and slowly converting over to native lenses as your budget allows




  
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Jan 26, 2018 18:17 |  #3

Do you need fast and accurate AF? If so sell and go Sony. If you only need decent AF got the adapter route.

Sony Sigma Art Sony mount right now is A mount for full frame lenses. It was reported almost a year ago that Sigma was working on FE mount Art lenses, but none yet. They do have a few Art lenses on the E mount, but that won't help you unless you want to shoot with the crop factor turned on all the time.

I had top of the line Canon glass, and sold it all when I switched to Sony because my job requires fast and accurate AF, and I didn't want to rely on an adapter for the poorly lit ballrooms I shoot in.


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