Make full use of your existing Canon EF and EF-S mount lenses on your full-frame or APS-C Sony E-mount mirrorless camera with this Pro Fusion Smart AF Adapter from Fotodiox. Featuring electronic contacts and communication, this adapter enables autofocus and auto exposure with adapted lenses. All image stabilization functionality is retained as well, and it permits adjustment of the aperture from the camera controls. An added feature is the transmission of Exif data to the camera for users to review information later. The adapter will guarantee infinity focus and it features a removable tripod foot with a 1/4"-20 socket. Additionally, it is constructed from brass with a stainless-steel finish. Due to differences in camera design and lens firmware, not all functionality is possible with every combination of lens and camera. This adapter only officially supports Canon lenses introduced in 2006 and later, with older lenses not guaranteed to work.
- Canon EF/EF-S Lens to Sony E Camera
- Works with Full-Frame & APS-C Formats
- Enables Autofocus and Auto Exposure
- Retains Image Stabilization Functions
FotodioX EOS-SNYE-PRO-FUSION Overview
FotodioX EOS-SNYE-PRO-FUSION Specs
|Tripod Mounting Thread
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
4.6 x 3.6 x 2.5"
FotodioX EOS-SNYE-PRO-FUSION Reviews
Did not work at all
I bought a used, mint unit from B&H 2 weeks ago after finding that a metabones adapter hunted for focus every 10-20 seconds on a staionary subect. I was using a canon 24-105 on a Sony FX6. The metabones was nearly useless, the camera maing grinding noises as it churned the focus slightly every few seconds or so. The Fotodiox, tested on the same camera/lens combo, NEVER found focus. I then put a Sony G master lens on and it never LOST focus. I'm not trying to sell Sony lenses. Just a cautionary tale...
I am using this adapter to connect a Canon 24mm manual focus tilt-shift lens to a Sony A7riii camera. It works great, and the fit to the camera body feels just the same as the fit of my Sony lenses. It enables aperture adjustment from the camera controls and transmits aperture information to the camera, as advertised. The tripod foot touches the Manfrotto 200PL quick-release plate on my camera, and so the quick-release plate needs to be loosened a little bit in order to attach the FotodioX adapter to the camera body. Not a big deal.
Perfect of its price-point
Overall, this adapter is perfect for its price-point. I occasionally have issues with my lenses being able to focus. Sometimes, the lens won't autofocus at all, or it will focus without updating the viewfinder. The rest of the time, it's on point and incredibly quick to focus - either an all or nothing. If you remove your lens and reattach it, I've found that that solves the issue. If this was $300, I would give it 2 start for its reliability. For $70? Five stars hands down.
Do not buy!
The adapter arrived today and I am very disappointed. I tried this product out with three lenses: 50mm stm, 100mm usm, and the 24mm (EF-S). I went out to the park to test it out and was having consistent issues with the focus. Focusing is very slow and sometimes the camera reads it in focus, but it is not. I was told to purchase from a B&H rep instead of the Vello product to save money! Prob the worst decision I've done. Going to make a return and hope for the best with the Vello adapter.
Easy to attach & the autofocus is quick & effective
Solid adapter for ef-e. Using this for all my vintage EF glass on my Sony FX6 and this does the trick. Nothing fancy, but it works.