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August 9, 2017

Sony A9 Sample Photos – Using Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L Lens via Metabones Lens Adapter

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens

In this article I will show you some sample photos taken with the Sony A9 and Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens, via the Metabones Electronic Lens Adapter.

If you are not aware, one of the most powerful features offered by the Sony Mirrorless Camera system, is the ability to use other brand lenses and still retain quality auto focus. The Sony on sensor phase detection af system can work with almost any capable lens, and depending on your lens adapter the results can vary a bit from lens to lens.

The Metabones and Sigma MC-11 are know for being amongst the best lens adapters, but they are also the most expensive. You can look to other adapters for a cheaper solution and still get really good results for the most part based on the reviews I’ve seen.

So, as some of you know, I still have all my Canon Pro gear from when I used to do wedding and portrait work years ago. Nowadays, I barley ever use it unless I have a friend or family that wants some pro oriented photos. However, I do use the killer L lenses quite often on my Sony cameras via the Metabones Lens Adapter, and thought you should know just how good it actually works.

Does the Auto Focus work as good as a native Sony lens?  No, but it’s pretty good and leaps and bounds better than manually focusing!

I really enjoy using top quality optics, so using the lens adapter at the loss of a little af speed and accuracy does not really bother me at all. If I was shooting a wedding, that would be a different story though, don’t get me wrong! I would want the fastest and most accurate af as possible, and using this set-up would not be ideal for that in my opinion, although certainly could be done.

My Sony A9 Review is Now Up Here >>

 

Sony A9,  Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L Lens via Metabones Lens Adapter

So here is what she looks like with the Canon glass mounted up in the lab…

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens and Metabones Lens Adapter

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens and Metabones Lens Adapter

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens and Metabones Lens Adapter

 

Sample Photos

These are all just snapshots from a family birthday party, but it was real world use and I thought some of them came out quite good… It’s fun to use a lens like this and just goof around from time to time I must say!

I shot all these photos in Jpeg mode as well, just to let you know!

First is Jase being a dare devil on the slide…

Be sure to Click the Photos for a larger more crisp version! 

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens via Metabones Lens Adapter

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens via Metabones Lens Adapter

My wife Michele having a laugh…

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens and Metabones Lens Adapter

Sage the dog had some really cool eyes and loved my pets 🙂

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens and Metabones Lens Adapter

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens and Metabones Lens Adapter

Friends and Family

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens and Metabones Lens Adapter

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens and Metabones Lens Adapter

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens and Metabones Lens Adapter

1st Bday!!

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens and Metabones Lens Adapter

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens and Metabones Lens Adapter

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200

Sony A9 w/ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens and Metabones Lens Adapter

 

Closing Remarks

As you can see the Sony A9, and all the newer Sony E-Mount Mirrorless Cameras for that matter, work really well with other lens manufactures like Canon. Even though the lens mount is completely different, utilizing electronic lens adapters like the quality Metabones and Sigma MC-11, or cheaper units, will allow you to use these lenses on your Sony E-Mount Cameras with Auto Focus! Image stabilization will also work, but you will need to turn off the in camera stabilization when using a Canon EF lens stabilization. Or you can turn the lens stabilization off and just use the camera stabilization which is what I do. Last time I tested, the Sony cameras don’t work together with the Canon lens stabilization like it can with a Sony lenses unfortunately. It’s a one or the other situation as far as I’m aware…

That is about it for this article and I really hope you got what you were looking for 😉 Please let me know what you think in the comments section below, and by all means ask questions if you have them as always!

My Sony A9 Review is Now Up Here >>

Thanks again for checking in everybody, and please have a wonderful day.

Jay

Gear used for this article:

NEW Sony A9 @ BH | AMZ

Metabones Electronic Lens Adapter @ BH | AMZ

Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens @ BH | AMZ


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8 Comments


  1. Mark Harris

    I had the 70-200mm 2.8 IS ii with my A7Rii and Metabones and never had an issue leaving the stabilization on. The Tamron 15-30 though was a different story.


    • Jay

      Thanks for the comments Mark, and clearly I will have to try the IS on the Canon Lens again!! I have the version I… I read a while ago that they compete with one another and thought I tested it on the A7 II to confirm this. Perhaps I was mistaken or my version I lens is the issue, sorry about that and I will try it again on the A9 to find out for sure…

      Thanks again,
      Jay


  2. Good Morning Jay,

    Thank you for the review! I just updated my Metabones IV firmware to version 57. This made a significant improvement to the speed of AF on my A7rII and A6300 when using the Canon 600 II, 400 DO II and 100-400 II.
    I will be trying these camera-lens combinations with the 1.4x III and 2x III teleconverters over the next several days and will let you know the results. Prior to this firmware update the AF with the 1.4x was OK but the 2x often “hunted” and was not useful for my bird photography when trying to photograph flying birds.

    Best Regards,

    Mike


    • Jay

      Hi Mike,

      Thanks for the comments and info on your user experience and current firmware revision with the Metabones IV! It’s good to hear the firmware helps and I’m sure others will appreciate that information as well 😉 I have never tested it with the teleconverters before, so that is really good to hear in particular!

      Question for you?? Do you use the IS on the Canon lenses and on the camera at the same time?

      Thanks again,
      Jay


      • Jay,

        I turn the lens IS on. With it on the image in the viewfinder is stabilized when you half press the shutter. With the lens IS off the image continues to jump around in the viewfinder because the camera only stabilizes it when the shutter is fully released. Hope that helps.

        Best Regards,

        Mike


      • Jay

        Thank you Mike for the detailed information 🙂 I really appreciate it and I’m sure others looking for best practices will find the information valuable as well!

        Jay


  3. Wouldn’t it be better to turn of the IS in the lens, and use the camera’s IS?


    • Jay

      Thanks for the comments Phil! That is what I did/ do. However, according to Mark, both the camera and lens can have the Stabilization turned on. I updated the last paragraph to clarify your point 😉

      Jay



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