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David Eichler

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Metabones and Flare
« on: September 30, 2017, 08:16:19 PM »

I have a Metabones Canon-to-Sony adapter with interior flocking, which I have been using with a Sony A7II for over a year without any apparent flare issues not caused by the lenses themselves. Recently I discovered a flare situation with the Canon 24mm ts-eII and this adapter, with a type scene I have encountered many times before (no very bright light sources or any light sources just outside the field of view) and encountered flare that went away when I put the lens on a Canon body for the shot; so the flare was clearly not due to the lens. The flocking inside the Metabones adapter is fine and the Sony body seems to work fine otherwise. Anyone else encounter this sort of thing with this equipment?
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Re: Metabones and Flare
« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2017, 03:40:02 PM »

I know that some experienced flare with some lenses with a non-Canon EF to EF-M adaptor that did not occur with the original Canon unit.  The conclusion was that the straight tube of the non-Canon unit did not baffle the light as the Canon unit did (which tapered to a narrower orifice).
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Re: Metabones and Flare
« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2017, 04:12:09 PM »

i have and unflocked version with the sony and the canon tse17, i have a little lastolite that i use as a shade in this kind of situation to remove the flare  8)
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Re: Metabones and Flare
« Reply #3 on: October 25, 2017, 04:44:46 AM »

Yep, I get the same annoying result.
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