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Lots of testing, but finally here is my full experience and rating for the Sigma MC11 Adapter :-) Get some chips and beer and take a look at my Video Review and blogpost where i  have tested the Sigma 24mm 1.4, Canon 70-200 F4 L with 2x extender, Sigma 150-600 Sports, Tamron SP 90mm 2.8, Tamron SP 85mm 1.8! http://www.dsphotoblog.com/?p=1769

 

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Hi Drasko2015,

I have a Sony a7II with the sigma mc-11 and a Tamron 24-70 f2.8 G2.

In the beginning I was quite impressed by the performance of the MC-11, especially since the Tamron is not a supported lens! But recently I have discovered that when shooting Timelapses or many shots continuously the images get darker and darker. 

There is no change in settings visible (Shutter speed and aperture stays the same) nevertheless the images get darker.

Did you have any issues like that with your lenses?

 

Many thanks!

 

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