I get lots of questions about the adapted lenses that I use.  Should I use the Sigma MC-11 Adapter or the Metabones Adapter?  Well recently I had the opportunity to shoot with the MC-11 Adapter during my commercial shoot for Mia Bella Couture.  

First I used the 20mm f/1.4 Art lens that I was really excited to try.  It's the fastest aperture wide angle lens on the market that also does Auto Focus.  It's a canon mount lens made by Sigma and I have to say...it is truly a nice lens.  Very sharp and when paired with the MC-11 Adapter it behaves as close to a native Sony FE lens that you will find.  Below are some of the shots taken with the 20mm Art lens on my Sony A7Rii.  All shots were taken at f/1.4:

I then wanted to get some shots a little bit tighter so I put the 85mm Canon L lens on it and shot it wide open at f/1.2.  The adapter performed at the same level as the Metabones adapter which was really nice to see.  Below are shots taken with the 85mm:

The sun was close to being all the way set so I quickly put on the 200mm Canon L lens which also performed very well.  These were all taken at f/2.8:

All in all it was a great shoot and the MC11 performed very well.  Please take a moment to check out the video to see how the shoot went.  Flash was the Flashpoint Xplor600 with the Westcott Rapid Box XL as the modifier.  For links to the gear that was used please see below:

*Sony A7Rii-  

*Sigma MC11 Adapter-  

*Sigma 20mm f/1.4 lens-  

*Canon 85mm f/1.2 lens-  

*Canon 200mm f/2.8 lens-  

*Flashpoint Xplor600 monolight-  

*Westcott Rapid Box XL-  

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