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    • I am busy for few days, but reviews are coming soon. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding Metabones SB Ultra test, just put them here.

      • Dan says:

        with 16-35 coming to my A7 (probably) I don’t have that much interest in aps-c anymore, but if I was still looking at a6000, I’d say the most important aspects of speedbooster for me would be the performance with “bokeh” lenses, so 85 or 50 1.2/1.4/1.8 and the 35mm f/2 canon IS ( since zeiss 24mm is quite pricey and not that good on price/performance). That’s because ultra wide has a good performer already in 10-18mm sony, and tele lenses don’t need speedbooster that much, since that aps-c crop factor is actually welcome there.

        I’m very curious about that panorama head tho, cheers 🙂

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