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If you’re new to the Sony NEX lens mount but you’ve been a Canon user in the past, there’s a good chance you’ve still got some Canon lenses sitting in your bag. To actually get those lenses on a Sony NEX camera (like the FS100 or FS700) and control them right from the camera, you’ll need a smart adapter like the Metabones EF to NEX. While it’s one of the more popular smart adapters for the NEX mount, at $400 it’s going to cost you. There is a challenger coming to town being sold by R.J. Camera — and at a lower price — with claims of similar performance and full control of your Canon lenses. CheesyCam was able to get a look at one of these new adapters and actually test it out. More »

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The Sony FS100 has been very popular for those wanting to own a large sensor video camera, but can’t afford the Sony F3 (plenty of you who read this site). Obviously the FS100 has its issues – like any other camera – but one of the major problems for lots of folks that upgraded from DSLRs is being able to properly use their EOS EF mount lenses on their shiny new Sony camera. If you’re one of those people, then Metabones has a product that just might solve your problems. More »