Yes I know, maybe wrong forum or thread?
I have a Sony NEX6 as a second camera when I don't bring my 5D III with me, but I still want to be able to use my EF lenses sometimes. I have a EF 24-105 L, a EF 70-200 L II and a small nifty fifty.
Maybe I chose the wrong path here but since the EOS-M wasn't so good it just resulted in this.
Planning to get a Metabones Speedboster so I can use my EF lenses on the Sony NEX6 sometimes, mostly for stills but how does the AF speed compares to the EOS-M with their M-EF adapter?
Or should I wait for the EOS-M II and replace my NEX6?
Thanks in advance, Stolpe