randy98mtu wrote in post #18778775
I've experienced unending hunt with just about every mirrorless camera I've had I think. First time I mounted my 24-240 on my A7R3, it focused fine at 24mm. Then I zoomed to 240 and it just searched and searched no matter where I pointed it. I "helped" it once with MF, then it was spot on from then on.
I'm blown away by the RF lenses every time I mount them. Particularly the 24-105. Focus seems instantaneous. Go from near to far and just tap AF-ON and "bam", it's in focus. I remember one reviewer saying Fuji I think it was has the fastest focusing - maybe that was all around, but man this thing seems hard to beat.
What about adapting canon?
I know with my sony a7r3 native lens has acted wonky here and there although it been mostly a positive experience, although im talking about 2 lesnes that arent known to be blazing fast (90macro and 85 gm)
How does it compare in your opinion eosr with native and eosr with ef?
(Im assuming youve used each adapted at some point , pardon it im mistaken)
Even though i gave this camera a a quick 5 minute look over , and said (in the eosr thoughts thread) that it wanst for me , i feel like giving it a fair try over a coupl3 of days ... but i think id be sticking with adpating ef l3nses