Not on the 50-100 1.8 DC Art for Canon, at least not on the copy I had and which I had this problem with. But if that’s just the exception to the rule, then no worries for coming RF zooms then.Hasn’t Sigma always used the Canon rotation direction? I hope they simply use the Nikon way for Z and Canon way for RF...
if they can do what canon hasnt done yet an INTERNAL ZOOM RF 2.8 70-200mm or 75-250mm with better zoom rings and good IS & AF then im all in especially if it in black
Hopefully with the reduced RF/Z mount flange distances, they can reduce coma in the corners wide open.
If they can release smaller and lighter lens, with quality on par with canon, that will be good.
"SIGMA and Canon are playing with fire here!
They NEED to innovate or the newcomers will EAT THEIR LENSES FOR LUNCH!"
We'll get a free plastic lens with every pack of Kellogs cornflakes !
I've been using it for ISO. I probably wouldn't care about it as much if I had an R5 or R6 with more controls, but with the RP it's nice to have a more direct way of changing/setting ISO.I'm intrigued what people use the control ring for. I have a mix of EF and RF lenses now and haven't used the control ring as the R5 has 3 ring/dials + joystick already.