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Does the MC-11 adapter allow to retain the full frame sensor from Sigma 18-35mm f 1.8 EF lens to Sony E Mount body?
Sony A7iii camera body
- keerokLv 72 months ago
The MC-11 adapter merely allows you to physically connect a Canon EF-mount lens to a Sony E-mount body. The size of the sensor (of the camera) is never affected.
If you mount a lens made for APS-C cameras to a full-frame camera, the image projected by that lens won't fully cover the full-frame sensor thereby producing a smaller image with fuzzy dark borders. Some full-frame cameras can automatically adjust the image, removing those ugly borders. You still can't deny the fact that the full-frame sensor is not fully maximized though.
One other concern is that some APS-C lenses have protruding rear elements which may get in the way of the reflex mirror in a full-frame dSLR. That would be a very expensive repair job if ever but most probably, the adapter avoids that.
- SumiLv 72 months ago
No, because the lens is not designed for full-frame (35mm) cameras.
Because the Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 EF is specifically designed for APS-C format cameras, it projects an image circle large enough for an APS-C sensor. Therefore, if you use the lens on a full-frame camera you'll get a lot of vignetting. The MC-11 won't help. In short, you can't use any lens on a larger-format camera that it was designed for. Now, there are cameras, Nikons come to mind, that have a crop mode which allows one to use APS-C (DX) lenses on full-frame (FX) bodies. In crop mode, the camera automatically crops out the vignetting.
- IridflareLv 72 months ago
I'm not sure what you're asking, but if you want to know if the adapter will make a lens designed for APS-C suitable for a full frame sensor the answer's no. At best you'll get severe vignetting.