Save $100 on Sigma MC-11 Mount Converter

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1 thought on “Save $100 on Sigma MC-11 Mount Converter”

  1. I have an MC-11. I kept it and sold my Metabones MarkIV when I moved nearly all of my lenses to Native. I kept it because of my Tilt Shift Lenses. However, I have run into an issue. (If anyone has a Canon 17mm TS-e and a Metabones to check this on I would very much appreciate it.) With the Sigma however… If you are shooting a bracket at say… f14 the first shot will be at F14. Then the adapter flips the aperture to f4 and takes the other four shots. Totally screwing up the bracket. I need this lens to work so if anyone has any other solutions I am all ears.

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