CONSTITUTION HILL AREA – I USED A TEN YEAR OLD CAMERA
I was able to adjust in post but there was excessive purple fringing is some of the imigaes especially those that included trees.
Back in 2011 my plan was to gradually switch from Canon DSLR to Sony Mirrorless and to ease the switch I intended to employ a Metabones adaptor in order to use my Canon lenses which had cost me a lot of money. In reality the idea did not work so I bit the bullet and began to purchase native Sony glass.
Over the last five years I built up an extensive selection of lenses and my collection now includes a number of Voigtlander lenses one of which is a Canon mount that I purchased at an amazing price because my dealer could not get a buyer. All the Voigtlanders are manual. I also have all the Zeiss Batis lens but they are are auto-focus and stabilised.
Today I decided to see if the Voigtlander [LH-40N] Canon Mount lens would work with the Sony NEX-7 [now ten years old and not used for many years] and the Metabones.
Much to my surprise it worked very well which is a lot better than not working which is the outcome that I had expected. To be honest I was surprised that the NEX-7 had focus peaking.